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Press Release -- January 7th, 2015
Source: BTI Systems

BTI Systems Senior Executive to Speak at PTC’15

CTO Robert Keys Will Participate in SDN and NFV Roundtable

OTTAWA and BOSTON, January 7, 2015

BTI Systems, an award-winning provider of cloud and metro networking software and systems to content and service providers around the world, today announced that Chief Technology Officer Robert Keys will be speaking on a panel at PTC’15: Networked Planet.

Hosted annually by the Pacific Telecommunications Council, the conference will take place January 18-21 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort.Asia-Pacific’s premier telecommunications event, PTC’15: Networked Planet will explore the next generation of networking, as well as new applications and strategies for global and regional network service providers.

Dr. Keys will participate in Executive Insight Roundtable 7: SDN/NFV. The session will take place on Tuesday, January 20, from 2:45 – 3:45 p.m. HAST in the Coral 1 room of the Mid-Pacific Conference Center, 6th floor.

The roundtable discussion will focus on the transformation and continuing growth of intelligent networks. With Software Defined Networking and Network Functions Virtualization solutions now being deployed more frequently, Dr. Keys will discuss operator best-practice strategies, new network elements, functions and architectures, and more in a highly interactive format.

About BTI Systems

BTI delivers solutions that transform the economics, performance and innovation of global networks through intelligent networking software and systems. Leading content, cloud and service providers choose BTI to drive improved operational efficiencies and profitably deliver high-value services to businesses and consumers around the globe. With more than 380 customers, BTI is headquartered in North America, and operates regional sales, marketing, and R&D centers of excellence throughout the world. For more information, visit

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