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The Internet Service Providers' Convention Comes to Europe

The Unique focus of ISPCON
  • The only dedicated industry forum for Internet Service Providers
  • A trade show where suppliers of products and services to the ISP industry can talk directly to their marketplace - the ISPs

    As a vendor of services to the ISP community ISPCON has been designed to enable you to talk and sell directly to the key players in the ISP industry. The ISPCON format also supports the important process of establishing lasting relationships with the Internet Service Providers - helping you, the vendor, to find new alliances and channels in the important "push through" to the ultimate end user market - the business and home user.

    ISPCON comes to Europe
    ISPCON has succeeded where others have failed because ISPCON recognises that the ISP market is:

    1. the most important sector in the convergence of the IT and Communications industries
    2. the key driving force behind the Internet's expansion into business and consumer use
    Established in North America in 1996, ISPCON, attracting over 250 exhibitors and 2,500 plus delegates, has become the ISP industry's event. MecklerMedia is now recreating this success story in Europe - with its launch event in London, February 1999.

    Value Added Services for Customer Satisfaction

    • Billing and customer care system integration and automisation
    • Intelligent digital content publishing
    • Delivering directory and certification authority services
    • Application hosting
    • Service level agreements
    • Electronic commerce
    Business Measurement & Marketing Strategies
    • Implementing one-to-one marketing techniques
    • Analysing and accelerating Web business
    • Web mining and traffic analysis
    • Transparent caching models
    • The impact of caching on bandwidth
    • Systems dedicated to cache performance
    • Orchestrating distributed network caches Regulatory, Legal and Standards Issues
    • Deregulation and the new business order
    • Domain name standards
    • Illegal and harmful content
    • ISP content liability
    • Issues in privacy
    Market Trends
    • The demise of the monthly fee/the consumer Internet access market
    • Enabling the next wave of ISP growth
    • The impact of satellite technology on performance and efficiency
    • How ADSL and cable modems will create the more connected home

  • Produced by:
    penton media

    Major Sponsors:
    telia sun microsystems intel
    horizon open system hewlett packard

    Other Sponsors Include:
    compaq computers nortel
    kpn qwest 3com
    internet world uk internetcom Boardwatch Magazine

    Exclusively endorsed by:
    ispa euroispa

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