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Broadband IP&TV Asia Announces Yes as the “Innovation Partner”

Broadband-IP&TV Asia, the region’s largest broadband conference, exhibition and media event, announced Yes as the ‘Innovation Partner’ in this year’s edition currently being held at the KL Convention Centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from 15 – 16 May 2012.

YTL Communications Sdn Bhd offers WiMAX mobile internet service with voice in Malaysia under its Yes brand.

Broadband-IP&TV Asia provides over 2,500 of Asia’s decision-makers in the broadcast, broadband and Internet industries with the chance to network and do business. It focuses on delivering growth in an evolving ecosystem and enhancing the customer experience for the connected consumer. Having Yes on board as the innovation partner of the conference, synergizes with the conference’s objective.

The event already includes international representation from over 150 visionary speakers and transformational players from over 62 countries, in both advanced and emerging markets, including Google, Yahoo, Amazon and NBC.

Gavin Whitechurch, Executive Director of Informa Telecoms and Media, says: “YTL Communications has proven itself to be the right choice as our ‘Innovation Partner’ given its reputation as a highly innovative company. We are looking forward to have YTL Communications in Broadband-IP&TV Asia, the most comprehensive event on the new media economy ever delivered in Asia.”

Wing K. Lee, Chief Executive Officer of YTL Communications, says: “We are proud indeed to be the ‘Innovation Partner’ for Broadband-IP&TV Asia 2012. Our converged 4G network has been recently recognised globally as the best new service and we will further innovate to continue bringing positive change to the world.”

Other partners and sponsor of Broadband-IP&TV Asia including -Telekom Malaysia, Huawei, FiberHome, Motorola, Cisco, Adtran, Assia, Irdeto, Dune HD and Cambium Networks.

Broadband-IP&TV Asia is divided into two broadband tracks and one IP&TV track each day, focusing on fixed and mobile broadband access innovations and developments as well as market spotlight sessions and keynotes from leading experts in Internet, social media and OTT development. The programme also provides the opportunity to be part of senior level panel discussions which provide forward-thinking and insight in to broadband and IP&TV developments in the region.

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