Updated Aug. 18, 2014 at 11:25 a.m.

'Fiber Transforms the Triangle' conference tickets now on sale

Published: 2014-08-18 11:19:00
Updated: 2014-08-18 11:25:55

Want the inside story on how fiber-optic networks will change the way we live, work and play in the Triangle?

Then sign up today online to attend “Fiber Transforms the Triangle,” a WRAL TechWire Executive Exchange event being hosted by SAS.

Fiber Transforms the Triangle eventThe half-day conference on Oct. 13 features a lineup of industry experts, including a keynote by former FCC executive Blair Levin, who will share their insights about what the North Carolina Next Generation Network, AT&T and other providers (including the possibility of Google Fiber) means.

Two panel discussions form the heart of the program. One will focus on business opportunities that fiber networks offer; the second will include insight from the service providers themselves – what they will offer, costs and more.

You can attend this high-powered event for the price of $49.

The ticket makes you an annual subscriber to WRAL TechWire, the only news site in the Triangle focused exclusively on high-tech, life science, venture capital and fund raising, economic development and startups. From the newest companies to global players such as Red Hat, SAS, Lenovo, Quintiles, GSK, Cree and IBM, WRAL TechWire publishes exclusive and comprehensive content every business day.

(Visit WRAL TechWire's Insider Benefits page for a full list of what subscribers receive as part of their membership in addition to news reporting.)

Current WRAL TechWire Insiders can attend the event free of charge. Check your registered WRALTechWire.com email address for instructions on how to register for your free ticket or email marketing@wral.com for support.

To obtain your ticket and a WRAL TechWire Insider subscription or to get your free ticket as a current subscriber, go to our EventBrite website.


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