, Singapore (PressExposure) May 10, 2008 -- Danny Wilson, Pixelmetrix President & CEO, is scheduled to present an IPTV paper at the Asia Future TV Summit, to be held at the Shanghai Marriott Hotel. His presentation is scheduled on Day 2, this Friday, May 9, at 2.30pm.
Day 2 highlight of the event is the special track focusing on IPTV. Presenting "Making IPTV QoS/QoE bring in Customers", Wilson will cover some of the common problems that have plagued IPTV deployments, QoS and QoE issues that still remain to be resolved, and more.
âYears of television history have set very high expectations from customers. Today, customers have a choice. Nascent IPTV operators are faced with the challenging mission of pulling customers away from the existing cable and satellite services. Failure to offer the highest possible Quality of Service and Quality of Experience will only result in lost customers and lost profits,â said Danny Wilson.
The Asia Future TV 2008 Summit will be held for two days this week, from May 8 to 9, at the Shanghai Marriott Hotel, Hongqiao, China.
To schedule an interview with Danny Wilson, please contact:
Sharifah Ahmad Marcom Manager Pixelmetrix Corporation +65 6547 4935 firstname.lastname@example.org
About Danny Wilson
Danny Wilson is the founder of Pixelmetrix Corporation, a Singapore-based company that specializes in the design and production of management and telemetry systems for digital broadcasters. The companyâs award-winning products are deployed globally at numerous terrestrial, satellite, cable and IPTV operators.
He began his management career at Hewlett-Packard, Canada, as the Business Manager of HPâs Communication Measurement Division. He was responsible for the introduction of the MPEGScope Transport Stream Analyzer and the worldâs first ATM/B-ISDN Test System, which accelerated the development and deployment of ATM technology worldwide.
He later went on with HP to Kobe, Japan, where he established and managed HP's Asia Business Centre â leading the development of the worldâs first multi-port network monitoring system, which was implemented throughout Japan, by NTT.
A frequent speaker at IPTV and television conferences in Europe, Asia and North America, he currently serves as Editor for the Performance Monitoring/Quality of Service workgroup of the ITU-T/IPTV-FG.