LR Launches Ethernet SP AwardsLR Launches Ethernet SP Awards
Light Reading and Heavy Reading call for nominees for their first annual Ethernet Service Provider Awards competition
August 10, 2006
NEW YORK -- Light Reading (www.lightreading.com), the world's leading online publication for the telecom industry, and Heavy Reading (www.heavyreading.com), its prestigious market research division, today call for nominees for their first annual Ethernet Service Provider Awards competition.
This new awards program will recognize leadership and outstanding achievement in the North American Ethernet services market. The winners will be announced on Wednesday, October 25, in a formal presentation at Light Reading's Ethernet Expo 2006 in New York City.
The awards program is open to all and entirely free to enter. For more information, or to nominate your company, please visit:
Ethernet Service Provider Awards will be given in three categories:
The Market Leadership Award will be given to the service provider that has best demonstrated carrier Ethernet services leadership.
The Product Portfolio Award will be given to the service provider that provides the strongest Ethernet services connectivity and applications portfolio.
The Innovation Award will be given to the service provider that has demonstrated the greatest sales, marketing, and product innovation.
The nominees for each category will be judged by a panel of Heavy Reading analysts, whose reputation for fiercely independent analysis instantly makes this the most credible and authoritative Ethernet awards program in the industry.
The awards program is completely free to enter.
To enter, simply fill out the awards form at:
The deadline for submission is Friday, September 1. Our judges will review the entries, conduct further research, and then announce finalists on Monday, October 9. It's important that a representative of your company be available in the interim to answer further questions from our judges.
About Heavy Reading
Heavy Reading is an independent market research organization offering quantitative analysis of telecom technology to service providers, vendors, and investors. Its mandate is to provide the comprehensive competitive analysis needed today for the deployment of profitable networks based on next-generation hardware and software.
About Light Reading
Founded in 2000, Light Reading Inc. (www.lightreading.com) is the ultimate source for technology and financial analysis of the communications industry, leading the media sector in terms of traffic, content, and reputation. It reaches an extensive audience of executives and technologists within the telecom and enterprise networking communities, as well as the financial/industry analysts and investors who track these sectors. Light Reading was acquired by United Business Media in August 2005, and operates as a unit of CMP Technology.
About CMP Technology
CMP Technology (www.cmp.com) is a marketing solutions company serving the technology industry. Through its market-leading portfolio of trusted information brands, CMP has earned the confidence of more technology professionals than any other media company. As a result, CMP is the premier provider of access, insight and actionable programs designed to connect sellers and buyers in ways that yield superior return on investment. CMP Technology is a subsidiary of United Business Media (www.unitedbusinessmedia.com), a global provider of news distribution and specialist information services with a market capitalization of more than $3 billion.
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