Sigma Systems to Lead Panel at SCTE Canadian Summit

sigma_systems_logo.jpgSigma Systems will play an active role in the SCTE Canadian Summit in Toronto from February 3-4 at Toronto Congress Centre. Sigma will lead a panel discussion, and conduct live demonstrations of its solutions for Hosted Business VoIP and Advanced Video.

Sigma Systems is dedicated to helping operators deliver advanced IP service bundles, including voice over IP, digital video and high-speed data, for business and residential users.

“In today’s challenging economic climate, it is more important than ever that operators expand their portfolio service offerings, while also continuing to add value for consumers,” said Preston Gilmer, vice president of Product Marketing for Sigma Systems. “Having a trusted industry solutions partner like Sigma enables MSOs to implement business transformation projects quickly in order to manage all services on a single platform and to create high-value service bundles.”

During the SCTE Canadian Summit, Gilmer will lead a panel discussion on “Improving the Customer’s Quality of Experience” on Feb. 3 at 10:30 a.m. Also participating on the panel are Brian Capellani, CTO of Sigma Systems; Jürgen Hatheier, Senior Director of Product Line Management for ARRIS; and Alan Quayle, CEO of Alan Quayle Business and Service Development.

Sigma leads the industry in VoIP provisioning and activation and management of advanced video services. SCTE Canadian Summit attendees can view live demos of Sigma’s award-winning Hosted Commercial Voice and Advanced Video solutions. Sigma’s Hosted Commercial Voice solution was recently named Product of the Year by Internet Telephony magazine. Also on display will be Sigma’s Subscriber Information Service for Advanced Advertising, which adheres to the SCTE 130 standard.

Posted on Jan 26, 2009  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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