– Hammamet hosts International Conference on Next Generation Networks and Services
06/02/2011 reveals that researchers and analysts are to discuss the core changes to how Next generation networks (NGN) are being developed at a forum in Hammamet this November.

Online PR News – 02-June-2011 – – The third International Conference on Next Generation Networks and Services will be gathering people working within the field along with major companies to share information on all that is happening from inside different industries.

A NGN is a term used to explain the concept of using a single network to transport all types of services and information. Examples include its use by telecommunications companies where media such as video and voice data are carried along the same network. The information becomes encapsulated into packets, which is the same as the Internet, and this is how it’s sent.

The conference will go into detail on the architecture and design of these networks and by inviting international representatives a global perspective of different processes hopes to be achieved. The most up to date research findings will also be revealed and attendees will be sharing their experiences of the best ways to develop new protocols.

The event will take place from 10th to 12th November 2011 and the venue is still undecided but it will be in one of the five star Hammamet hotels.

Lek Boonlert, marketing head at commented: “With the high number of attendees hotels in Hammamet will be highly sort after especially as it’s an international event so many people will be flying in and needing somewhere to stay.”