Redlands, California—August 23, 2011—Esri director of Telecommunications and location-based services (LBS) Solutions Randy Frantz will share geospatial approaches to building broadband networks during the OSP EXPO keynote panel discussion.
The OSP EXPO is scheduled for September 12–14, 2011, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Esri experts will be on hand at booth #113 to explain how companies can deploy geographic information system (GIS) technology through web services and mobile devices.
Attendees are also invited to join Frantz for his paper session Assessing and Responding to Outages: A Geospatially Enabled Network Operations Center, Wednesday, September 14, 2011, from 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.
"We are excited to be part of this year's OSP EXPO," said Frantz. "This event gives us the opportunity to share more information about how Esri helps telecommunications companies access critical information, identify revenue opportunities, and build better networks."
For more information or to schedule a time to meet with Esri experts at the event, visit esri.com/ospexpo.
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