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Tuesday, April 20, 2010 • 09:30ن~ 10:30
K1:نToward the Future Broadband & Ubiquitous Society( NTT's Challenges for a Service Creation Business Group )
K2:نThe Concept of a New Generation Networkننن

Wednesday, April 21, 2010ن•ن09:00ن~ 10:30
K3:نOperations – it’s the Data
K4:هGlobal Knowledge Sharing, Innovation, and Social Networkingه

Thursday, April 22, 2010ه• 09:00ن~ 10:30
Grow with Green: The Way for Telco to Thriveن
K6: Enterprise IT and the cloud disruptionنننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننن

Tuesday, April 20, 2010ن• 08:45 ~ 10:30
Location: Conference Hall
Toward the Future Broadband & Ubiquitous Society( NTT's Challenges for a Service Creation Business Group )ن(PDF)ن
Instructor:نNoritaka Uji, Sr. Executive VP, NTT CTO and CIO, Japanن

Noritaka Uji is Senior Executive Vice President of NTT and supervises the strategy of technology and information system as CIO and CTO of NTT group. He joined Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Public Corporation in 1973. As a member of the Corporate Strategic Planning Division attached to the President’s office, he worked toward NTT’s privatization and on new business development. In 1988, he was transferred to NTT DATA Corporation and he served as senior executive manager of the Advanced Information Network Services Sector, the Corporate Strategy Planning Department and the Enterprise Business Sector. In 2005, he was appointed as Executive Vice President and Representative Director, and supervised enterprise business, new business development, security strategy, and information systems strategy, among other areas. In 2007, he was appointed as his current position. He has co-authored “Shinka suru kigyo no shikumi” [The mechanism of evolving companies] (PHP Institute).

Tuesday, April 20, 2010ف• 08:45 ~ 10:30
Location: Conference Hall
Keynoteنن2:نThe Concept of a New Generation Networkن(PDF)
Instructor: Hideo Miyahara, President of NICT, Japanن

Dr. MIYAHARA Hideo, born in Osaka, Japan in 1943, has been the president of the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) of Japan since September 2007. He was the president of Osaka University from August 2003 to August 2007. He also was a Visiting Scientist at IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center from 1983 to 1984.نDr. Miyahara is a Life Fellow of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) and the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers of Japan. His research interests include performance evaluation of computer communication networks and distributed multimedia systems. Dr. Miyahara has received numerous awards, including the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers Distinguished Achievement and Contributions Award in 2008, and the 6th Ericsson Telecommunications Award in 2002. He also received recognition from the Japanese Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications in 2003.

Wednesday, Aprilن21, 2010 • 08:45ن~ 10:30ن
Location: Conference Hall
Keynoteن3:نOperations – it’s the Dataه(PDF)
Instructor: David G. Belanger, Chief Scientist, AT&T Labs, USA

David Belanger is currently the AT&T Labs Chief Scientist, and the Vice President of Information & Software Systems Research at AT&T Labs in Florham Park, NJ. Dave joined AT&T Bell Laboratories in 1979, working in the area of database support for economic analysis for product Lifecycles. He has subsequently led research efforts in software systems and engineering, information mining, and visualization. Prior to joining AT&T, Dave was on the Mathematics and Computer Science Faculty at University of South Alabama, a consultant for a variety of organizations, and co-founder/VP of Gulf Coast Data Systems. In 1998, Dave was awarded the AT&T Science and Technology Medal for his contributions in very large scale information mining technology. In 2006, he was named an AT&T Fellow for “Lifetime contributions in software, software tools, and information mining”.

Wednesday, Aprilف21, 2010 • 08:45ن~ 10:30ن
Location: Conference Hall
نGlobal Knowledge Sharing, Innovation, and Social Networking
Instructor: Vijay Koduri,نSenior Product Marketing Manager, Google, USA

ننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننننVijay Koduri is a senior product marketing manager for Google Enterprise, heading up the marketing for Google's enterprise search product line. نVijay brings 15 years of seasoned experience in product marketing, strategic thinking, entrepreneurship, and business development. نPrior to Google, Vijay was a management consultant at Accenture, Diamond Consultants, and the Market Strategy Group. نVijay has extensive experience within the following industries: high technology, telecommunications, electronics, insurance, financial services, industrial products, consumer products, and the public sector. نVijay is frequently invited to speak in the areas of search, social media, social networking, knowledge management, and Web 2.0. Vijay holds an MBA from the University of Michigan, and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Thursday, Aprilن22, 2010 • 08:45ن~ 10:30
Location:نConference Hall
:نGrow with Green: The Way for Telco to Thrive (PDF)ن
Instructor: Yuan-Kuang Tu, President, Chungwha Telecom Labs, Taiwan


Dr. Yuan-Kuang Tu is the President of Chunghwa Telecommunication Laboratories (TL) of Chunghwa Telecom (CHT), the largest telecom operator in Taiwan. Previously, he was the Senior Managing Director of the Corporate Planning Department of CHT, the Vice President of TL, and other key positions. Dr. Tu oversees CHT strategic technology development, including broadband services and infrastructure technologies planning. His areas of technical expertise cover photonics, optical communications, broadband networks, and network evolution architectures. Dr. Tu received the Distinguished Youth Award of Electronic Devices and Materials Association Taiwan (EDMA) in 1995, and received the Distinguished Electrical Engineer Award of Chinese Institute of Electrical Engineering (CIEE) in 2002. He is a member of IEEE Photonics Soc., IEEE COM Soc., and Chinese Institute of Engineers. He served as Board Member of CIEE and EDMA, as well as other capacities, such as convener of Taiwan Charter of Commission C of International Union of Radio Science.

Thursday, Aprilن22, 2010ن08:45ن~ 10:30
Location: Conference Hall

Enterprise IT and the cloud disruptionن(PDF)ن
Instructor:نJamie Erbes,نVP & Chief Technology Officer, Software & Solutions HP Software & Solutions.نHewlett-
ننننننننننننننن Packard Company, USA

Jamie Erbes leads the Chief Technology Office for HP Software & Solutions as its Chief Technology Officer, driving the company-wide, software strategy for various businesses, with offerings in ICT, communications, media and entertainment industry. She brings innovative thought leadership into HP Software products and services. Previously, Jamie worked at EDS, where she was the chief technology officer, EDS fellow, and director for the Enterprise Service Management Portfolio. Before that, she served as the chief technology officer of the EDS Infrastructure portfolio. Prior to joining EDS, she held numerous leadership roles at LoudCloud, Inc. where she led the first releases of Opsware and other web-hosting automation solutions. Jamie began her career in the telecom industry, leading OSS development teams at Wiltel, WorldCom and @Home. She earned her computer science degree at East Central University in Oklahoma.