Vegayan @ ANTS 2007

The ANTS (Advanced Networks and Telecommunication Systems) conference, involving active participation from stalwarts of global telecom industry was a big event to end the year. The conference conducted on Dec 17th, 18th at KReSIT, IIT Bombay (right below Vegayan’s HQ) was the best platform we could have asked for to showcase our products and their value proposition.

Vegayan Booth

Vegayan’s booth attracted a large number of visitors on both the days and it was an amazing experience to present how Vegayan aims to change the global communications landscape. Many of the prominent speakers and participants at the conference were so impressed by Vegayan’s innovative technology that they could not resist coming upstairs to visit Vegayan Office to inquire in detail about Vegayan’s product portfolio and go through a product demo.

Vegayan played a prominent role in the conference, with its founder Dr. Girish Saraph moderating the service provider’s panel discussion on Day 2 of the conference. The theme of this panel was to discuss key technologies that will define service provider networks and upcoming services. The panelists were key people driving growth in the global telecom segment represented academic, carriers/service providers and equipment vendor communities thereby providing a holistic view of what would shape the next generation networks and services.

Service Provider Panel

From L to R: Vijay Jain- Director, Broadband Operations at Ericsson India, Chris Buchanan- Solutions leader Voice & SMB at Nortel, Prof. Mohammed Atiquzzman- Oklahoma University USA, T.V. Sriram- VP at Bharti-Airtel India, Tushar Saxena- Director, at Verizon Communications USA, Neeraj Sonker- VP Engineering at Tata VSNL India, Arvind Mathur- Chief Architect at Sify India and Extreme R: Dr. Girish Saraph– Vegayan Systems moderating the panel

The event provided us with a lot of visibility, traction with who-is-who of Indian and Global telecom industry. It may potentially lead to many opportunities of strategic alliance.

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