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CONTENT Sponsors .............................................................................................................................

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JOINT PLATINUM SPONSORS

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Booth #:12 – AGILE

Agile Integration is an System Integration company that brings together the best techno from a range of suppliers including; RAD, Ceragon, Avaya, NSN, ADTRAN FibroLAN and NICE. Agile a PITA member for over 15 years, has been supplying and suppor throughout NZ and the South Pacific for over 25 years. In the last 5 years we have also o office. These solutions include microwave radio systems, xDSL, Fibre Optical networks and data networking from Layer 2 firewalls and security. Agile is also the number one or two suppliers of IP Telephony systems and contact centres in

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PACIFIC ISLANDS TELECOMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION 17th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2013 MESSAGE FROM  THE  PITA  PRESIDENT   MESSAGE FROM THE PITA PRESIDENT   Dear Members, Friends and Participants; Dear   Members,   Friends  and  Participants; This 17th Annual th General Meeting of PITA marks another key   Annual   General   This   17 milestone for PITA. For me, it brings to a close myMeeting   current term of   P as President and if endorsed for a 2nd term, I would gladly another  key  milestone  for  PITA.  For  me,   serve to the best of my abilities. of   my   term   as   President   and   if   endorsed With over 200 delegates registered from broad areas of telecommunications, and with a greatsagenda programto   putcontin term,  I  would   gladly   erve  and again   out by our team, host and our partners, there is no doubt in my tasks   that   you   will   all  finalise   at  this  AGM mind that this will be another successful AGM and Tradeshow.   you Bluesky Samoa for all the hard yards of kindly Thank organising logistics and hosting the 200   17th AGM & Tradeshow. Thank you also to APT and the Already   with   over   delegates   registered   from   all   key   ITU Asia Pacific Regional Office for organising the Pacific Forum 2013 to be held with the PITA AGM & Tradeshow telecommunication,  and  with  a  great  agenda  and  progra by  FONG, our  PITA team   and   the   host,   there   is   no   doubt   in   my   mi Ivan President many  positive  outcomes  that  will  result.       MESSAGE FROM THE SHOST Thank  you   Bluesky   amoa  for  kindly  organising  logistics  an th Lava and Welcome to our treasured islandstof Tradeshow.   Thank   you  also   o  Samoa. APT  and  th the  17  AGM  &  Talofa Through the years we, the small telecom operators in the South Pacific  Regional  Office  for  organising  the  Pacific  Forum  2 Pacific, have been able to share and help each other as we navigate the high of the fast evolving ICT industry. It is held  with  the  PITA   AGM   &  seas Tradeshow   still very challenging but our association with PITA has made Ivan  FONG,  PITA  usPstronger resident   and better. I urge you all to continue to foster this spirit and jointly improve the lives of our fellow citizens through   technology. MESSAGE  FROM   THE   I urge you H toOST   participate in the discussion and make your issues and challenges our collective concern. Do say hello to our   sponsors and chat with them. Please join me in thanking them, as without their kind support this great event would not be possible. Talofa   Lava   and   Welcome   to   our   On behalf of our employees in Samoa and American Samoa, our board, government and most Samoa.   We   are  Samoa honoured   to importantly our customers, I invite islands   you to have aof   productive AGM and to enjoy for all its natural beauty and its wonderful17th   hospitality. AGM  for  PITA,  for  the  first  time  in Adolfo Montenegro,     Chairman and CEO Bluesky Samoa Limited Telecom  and  technology  are  importan for   development   in   our   islands.   Our   take   advantage   of   the   opportunities   technology   affo HANDBOOK 4 PROGRAM critical.   PITA   continues   to   be   an   important   platform   and


My warmest   greetings   from   APT   to   everyone   and   welcome   to   t PACIFIC ISLANDS TELECOMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION 17th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2013 17th  PITA  AGM  and  the  APT/ITU  Pacific  For MESSAGE FROM THE 2013.  This   event   is  an  excellent  example  of  t ASIA PACIFIC TELECOMMUNITY (APT) co-­‐operation  between  the  three  organisatio Myand   warmest greetings from APT to everyone and welcome we   hope   that   the   Members   will   bene to the 17th PITA AGM and the APT/ITU Pacific Forum 2013. from   combined     I think this tishe   an excellent exampleactivities.   of the co-operation that exists between the three organisations and we hope that the   Members will benefit from the combined activities. You will see fromis   the program for the meetings a wide The   APT   collaborating   with  that PITA   and   the   I range of topics are covered with many high quality presenters. this   Pacific   Forum   2013   w Of for   particular interestjoint   are the presentations on international connectivity by fibre optic cable and satellite. I hope you take full advantage of the experts assistance   from   the   Department   present. The APT is collaborating with PITA and the ITU&   forthe   this joint Pacific Forum 2013 with the Broadband,   Communications   Digital   Economy   (DBCDE), kind funding assistance from the Department of Broadband, Communications and the the   Government.   I   would   also   like   to   express   DigitalAustralian   Economy (DBCDE), of the Australian Government. I would also like to express my appreciation to the local hosts, the Ministry of Communications & Information Technology appreciation  to  the  local  hosts,  the  Ministry  of  Communications (MCIT), Samoa, and the generous and strong support by Bluesky Samoa. I sincerely hope thatTechnology   the delegates find this Pacific ForumSamoa,   useful and valuable you and your Information   (MCIT),   and  forthe   generous   a countries telecommunications and ICT development. strong  support  by  Bluesky  Samoa.   Toshiyuki Yamada, Secretary General, APT   I  sincerely  hope  that  all  delegates  find  this  Pacific  Forum  useful  a valuable.   Toshiyuki  Yamada,  Secretary  General,  APT    

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ABOUT PITA HISTORICAL PITA was formed in response to specific regional circumstances back in 1997 at the closure of the Telecom Technical Division of the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat, with the goal for providing a forum for those involved with telecommunications in the Pacific to exchange experiences, to help formulate solutions relevant to the region, to provide training opportunities and the regular exchange of information, and to be a Pacific voice in the international communications environment. In the inaugural AGM in 1998, PITA was formally established with an office based in Suva and a Manager appointed. WHAT IS PITA? PITA is a non profit organisation, formed to represent the interests of the small island states and countries in the Pacific in the field of telecommunications OBJECTIVES The objective of PITA is to improve, promote, facilitate, develop and provide telecommunication services within member and Associate member countries MEMBERSHIP PITA Members are telecommunication entities in Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia, Australia and New Zealand. Associate members are suppliers of telecommunication equipment and services. Partner agencies are regional and international organisations with vested interests in the telecommunications and its development in the Pacific Islands. Telecommunication Regulatory bodies have special membership category. Current membership = 160, Pacific island states/countries =22 ACTIVITIES PITA has two main meetings organised for members during the year. The first meeting is held one day prior to the start of the Pacific Telecommunications Council conference held every January in Honolulu, Hawaii.The second meeting is its Annual General Meeting usually held in March or April before the start of a new financial year Other activities include Workshops, Training and Technical Cooperation between developing member countries as organised in an annual workplan. Where requested by members or when the opportunity arises, other events and activities can be planned outside these meetings, workshops and training, and can be held at different times of the year. PITA supports joint events with other organisations in the promotion of telecommunications development and for cost savings, event can be held back to back. Attendance to any PITA event is open to all members with minimum or no registration fee. PITA does not provide fellowship for participation at any event.

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17th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING DATE: MONDAY 22 APRIL 2013 TIME: 1400-1600PM

Chairman Mr. Ivan Fong; PITA President TENTATIVE AGENDA - Welcome & Opening remarks by PITA & Host - Apologies - Appointment of Drafting Committee - Adoption of Agenda - Adoption of Minutes of the PITA 16th AGM - Matters arising from Minutes - President’s Report - Report of the Audited Financial Accounts of PITA - Report of current Financial Status - Election of PITA President & 2nd Executive Member - Appointment of Auditors - Ratifications of New Members, and Memberships changes - Reports from CEO Forum - Introduction of Work Plan for 2012-2013 - Introduction of PITA Budget for 2012-2013 - Reports & Workplan updates by Regional Organisations • Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (TBC) • University of the South Pacific & CROP ICT Working Group • Pacific Islands Regulatory Resource Center (TBC) • PacificCERT AGM adjourned to 25th April 2013, Session from 1200pm-1230pm RESUME PITA 17th AGM Chairman: PITA President TENTATIVE AGENDA - Deliberation & Adoption of Workplan and Budget - Dates & Venue for Next AGM - Closing Remarks

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The PITA Executive Committee would like to extend its great appreciation to the Host, Bluesky Samoa, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology - Samoa, Sponsors, Speakers, Delegates, Partner Organisations and Friends who have made this PITA 17th AGM another valuable convening for all, in advancing telecommunications in the Pacific.

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PITA 17th AGM CONFERENCE & TRADESHOW 22-26 April, 2013; TATTE Convention Centre, Apia, Samoa

Kindly Hosted by Tentative program SUNDAY 21 APRIL 2013: Pre-AGM Special Forums 1000am+ 1000-1030am 1030-1230pm 1.0 1230-1400pm 1400-1530pm 2.0 Evening

Bluesky Samoa

Early Registration for CEOs Tanoa Tusitala Hotel Arrivals coffee CEO Forum (closed) CEO Lunch break CEO forum ad hoc / Tour BBQ social nite sponsored by PacTEL International

DAY 1 – MONDAY 22 APRIL 2013 0800am + Registration open 0900-1030am 1.0 OPENING [Combined session with Pacific Forum2013] 1.1 Traditional Welcome Don Bosco 1.2 Special Message & Prayer Reverend Utufua (Apia EFKS) 1.3 Welcome Address 1. Adolfo Montenegro; CEO Bluesky Samoa 2. Ivan Fong; President PITA 3. Kraisorn Pornsutee; Deputy Secretary-General APT 4. Brahima Sanou, BDT Director, ITU 1.4 Inaugural Address Ministry of Communications and Information Technology 1.5 Group Photo 1030-1100am

Morning tea Break sponsored by PCCW GLOBAL

1100-1230pm 2.0 WORLD REPORT & UPDATES [Combined Session with Pacific Forum 2013] Chair – Mr. Ivan FONG, President of PITA 2.1 WTSA12 & WCIT12 Outcomes & International Telecommunication Regulations (ITR) Dr Eun-Ji Kim, Regional Director ITU Asia Pacific Office 2.2 Pacific Issues for WRC - World Radiocommunication Conference Stuart Davies, Telecom Expert, APT 2.3 Pacific Opportunities for 2014 WTDC World Telecommunications Development Conference Dr Eun-Ji Kim, Regional Director ITU Asia Pacific Office PROGRAM HANDBOOK

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2.4 Internet resources and policy; update Elly Tawhai, Senior Internet Resources Analyst, Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) 1230-1400pm

Lunch break sponsored by ACCLINKS

1400-1530pm 3.0 17TH Annual General Meeting of PITA (exclusively for PITA Full Members, Associate Members, Govt members & invited observers) 1530-1600pm

Afternoon Tea Break sponsored by PCCW GLOBAL

1600-1700pm 4.0 Tradeshow opens Networking drinks sponsored by Telecom New Zealand 1700+ 5.0

Ava Ceremony & Opening reception Ava Ceremony sponsored by TATA Drinks sponsored by More Magic Dinner & Entertainment by Huawei Technologies

DAY 2 – TUESDAY 23 APRIL 2013 0900-1030am 6.0 REGIONAL REPORTS & ISSUES [Combined session with Pacific Forum2013] Chair - Mr. Tua’imalo Asamu Ah Sam, CEO, MCIT, Samoa 6.1

Telecommunications data for international benchmarking Access to data on telecommunications availability, access and use is crucial to allow countries to monitor the development and application of communications infrastructure domestically and assess their international comparability. Reliable, methodologically sound and regular collection of data is fundamental for this purpose, however it is also important to be realistic about data collection, to work closely with industry on data requirements and to avoid unduly onerous expectations for data from users. This presentation will discuss a range of key data requirements for domestic and international telecommunications benchmarking and practical approaches to collecting that data Dr Judith Winternitz, Consultant to the ITU

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Update on Number Hijacking and reselling Pacific number ranges Over the past 5-6 months, considerable amount of time have been put into studying the extent to which Pacific Island number ranges are being advertised on IPRN reseller websites. The results confirm that this issue, which directly influences the number hijacking problem, is increasing. However a specific strategy on behalf of one Island operator has shown that it is possible to reduce the extent of this problem with an intelligence led approach. This presentation will discuss these results. Colin Yates, Telecom FRAUD Expert

6.3 A discussion of trends in DoS / DDoS attacks. • Are organisations bringing a knife to a gunfight? • Changing face and development of DDoS attack campaigns across

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2012-2013. • The HTTPS Attack Vector challenge. • The rise of the DNS DDoS attacks. • Hackers Can See Through Your CDN –DoS Security Loopholes • Recommendations for the network and security community. Mick Stephens, Radware 6.4

Regulators & Operators; fostering the compatible goals This talk explores the relationship between regulators and operators and fostering the cooperation for compatible goals and discussing best practices including a recent high profile example of what can happen when the relationship and respect breaks down - to an outcome that neither party really wants. Brian Louey-Gung, Technical Advisor, PIRRC

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Morning Tea Break sponsored Telstra Global

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CONNECTIVITY INNOVATIONS This session will aim to highlight opportunities from satellite and submarine cable innovations and discuss regional possibilities for higher speeds connectivity, diverse regional transits, country direct inter-connections and hobbing

Moderator - Sione Veikoso, Vice President of PITA

Reviewing the connections

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Regional review of cable projects As of today there are upward of five (5) submarine cable projects being planned or underway or alive in the Pacific Region. These projects all vary in terms of connectivity, capacity, and cost. Whilst some of these projects will not proceed as planned - other projects may ignite and come in their place! This presentation will cover the latest developments of undersea international fibre optic cables in the Pacific, particularly noting the Tonga-Suva cable RFS date in June/ July and the cables in Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. Paul McCann, Consultant

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Satellite Communications To present an independent review and outlook of the satellite capacity, coverage and trends for the Pacific region, discuss new onboard features that are key for the Pacific Islands with their unique challenges, possibilities of hybrid, sharing, direct hops and future scenarios to look forward to Andrew Taylor, Satellite Integrator

Extending the connectivity

7.3 Bringing GSM to remote islands – case study Using the right technology, it is now possible to provide affordable GSM and data services to small population Pacific Island villages and after more than 12 months of successful operation, the NTA of

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Marshall Islands have now embarked on a GSM upgrade path from fixed lines to GSM Dennis Jerram,ViaSAT & Ayapa Apuahe, NTA Marshall Is

7.4 Regional concept 1230-1400pm

Lunch break sponsored by Pacific Telecommunications Council

1400-1530pm 8.0 ACCESS FOR BROADBAND AND FUTURE NETWORK SERVICES Broadband and IP based services and applications will be the mainstream platform for the next generation telecoms. Without a dynamic access network to accommodate high speed end-to-end, there is a greater risk of oblivion. It’s one of the missions critical for telecoms, to fully transform and migrate from legacy networks in order roll out such mainstreams, and create diversity and innovation for users and business.This session will aim to discuss on opportunities, case study/experiences to help members identify critical mission areas for their consideration, planning & implementation Moderator – Paul McCann, Consultant Panellists: • Sanjay Maharaj, Telecom Fiji Ltd • Simon Lardner, Challenge Networks • Phil Boland, EFO • Peter Rossi, CTO Huawei Australia will contribute by a talk on NBN 2.0 new business models discussing opportunity with role of public and private partnerships, technology advances in reducing costs, the Het-AN networks and how the Operator landscape will change • Gary Fehr, Technology Director, Alcatel-Lucent NZ & PI will contribute by a talk on Fixed or Mobile? In considerations for Last Mile Broadband; different geographies and incumbent infrastructures require different approaches to the delivery of last mile broadband. 1530-1600pm

Afternoon Tea Break sponsored by VOX Supply Chain

1600-1730pm 9.0 Tradeshow & Bilateral - Networking Drinks sponsored by Telecom NZ 10 Working Session on Number Hijacking Closed Session to be attended by ITU & APT experts, PITA Fraud Forum, Govt, Regulators, Operators, Carriers: Facilitator: Phil Ruston; ITU Study Group 2 1800+ 11

Rock da boat cocktail reception Hosted by INTELSAT

DAY 3 – WEDNESDAY 24 APRIL 2013 0830-1030am 12 SMALL ISLAND COUNTRY CHALLENGES Case presentations by members and country players Moderator - Douglas Creevey, COO, Bluesky Samoa

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12.1 Universal Services commercial challenges Loyley Ngira, CEO, Our Telekom, Solomon Islands 12.2 Niue Tutuli Heka, CEO 12.3 Samoa: Bluesky Communications 12.4 Countdown to O3b Fast Affordable Broadband Jules Maher, CEO, Telecom Cook Is 12.5 Key figures and main projects undertaking Johnny Lasiman, International Relations, OPT New Caledonia 12.6 Tonga Tonga Communications Corporation 12.7 Small Island Challenges Tino Vitale, GM Teletok, Tokelau 12.8 PNG Telikom PNG 1030-1100am

Morning Tea Break sponsored by Informatics International

1100-1230pm 13.0 Transformations This session will supplement earlier sessions in the aim to identify and discuss case studies, trends on additional business and key drivers for missions critical in telecoms transformation

Moderator - Trevor Harris, PacTEL International

13.1 International Mobility and Data Usage Trends Discussion on trends internationally surrounding the changing face of the international mobile user. Outlining the changes occurring in how data is being consumed and discussion on disruptive technologies that will impact the Pacific in 2013. What challenges therefore are faced within the Pacific? Patrick Kershaw, Digicel Samoa 13.2 Television Whitespace technology for Broadband Television Whitespace Technology TVWS is a disruptive wireless broadband innovation which could address problems of providing telecommunications in low population density areas, to the general low utilisation of radio spectrum, and to how new cognitive radio standards and products can be used to bridge the digital divide. This presentation will discuss evaluation of using TV frequencies to deliver broadband economically to areas of low population densities Jonathan Brewer, Research on Whitespace technologies, (This research work is funded in part by Internet New Zealand.) 13.3 An overview of the communications industry and transformation strategies Overview of disruptive forces at play, and communication service

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provider transformation strategies for sustainability with review of emerging market opportunities: Vertical markets and M2M, Mobile Payments, Premium content and multiscreen strategies, Social media and unified communications, Mobile network and IT transformation strategies- Drivers an inhibitors for mobile broadband and LTE (network traffic, smartphones, radio spectrum etc). IT transformation strategies – strategies for breaking down silos lowering costs and increasing service velocity. Conclusions Phil Marshall PhD, Tolaga Research

13.4

Benchmarking Pacific mobile and Internet prices and uptake: the 2013 update This 2013 benchmark review for the Pacific examine current and historical mobile and Internet prices, and assess the impact of competitive change in some markets on both connectivity and prices for the telecoms consumer. Dr Suella Hansen, Network Strategies Limited (Network Strategies regularly collects data from individual countries and analyses and monitor changes)

1230-1400pm

Lunch break sponsored by KORDIA

1400-1530pm 14.0 Panel Discussions: Best practice and fair competition [Combined with Pacific Forum2013]

1530-1600pm

Moderator - Mr. Stuart Davies, Telecom Expert, APT Panellists: • Operators, Government Representatives and Regulators Afternoon Tea Break sponsored by Pacific Telecommunications Council

1600-1730pm 15 Tradeshow & Bilateral Networking drinks sponsored by Telecom New Zealand Int’l 1800+ 16 Island Night reception Jointly hosted by: Orange – Drinks Informatics International – Dinner DAY 4 – THURSDAY 25 APRIL 2013 Venue to relocate to Aggie Grey Seaside Resort and Island (40mins Drive) 0700: Bus 1 departs; arrive 0740; 0750-0820: Breakfast at Aggie Grey Seaside Resort (on own) 0740: Bus 2 departs arrive 0820 0830-1030am 17.0 INDUSTRY CONTRIBUTIONS This session will invite representatives from industry players offering new innovation and solutions for Pacific Island unique needs and operational challenges Moderator - Richard Misech CEO PNCC Palau, Loyley Ngira, CEO Our Telekom, Solomon Islands Jules Maher, CEO Telecom Cook Islands

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17.1 New generation Green Hybrid site solution This presentation will discuss how stable and enough power supply are becoming more critical for the island carrier network and introduce a new generation green hybrid site solution, and how island carrier can benefit from such solution, huge cost saving, easy to manage, improve network QoE Yu Fei, Huawei Australia. 17.2 DC power - Surge protection of remote radio units RRU or remote radio head RRH In traditional radio, extent of damage due to DC surges would be to the radio equipment, but in modern scenario, damage can severely affect all systems & equipment at the site. Installing surge protection devices, SPD on the DC feeds can look like a good simple solution for DC surges; however, there are intricacies involving earth loops & voltage drops related with cable lengths to be understood before choosing the correct location of SPD. DC SPD’s typically deplete with number of surges, and attention needs to be paid to alarming and monitoring of these.This paper discusses scenarios of where SPD’s are typically located and discuss the trips and traps that must be avoided in choosing the DC SPD location. It also introduces a modern method of distributing DC Power to antennae. Rohit Narayan, ERICO 17.3 O3b – Not a Fiber backup but a Fiber Alternative For the first time, a satellite operator will offer a service that can truly compete with fiber speed and latency. How will this open markets for satellite services? Where might it enable cloud and 3/4G mobile services in remote areas where fiber is too costly? John Finney – CCO, O3b Networks 17.4 Methods to Reduce Satellite Transmission Costs by 50% In recent years, there has been a plethora of advances in satellite technologies. However, many users have a difficult time relating the latest techno-jargon like 64APSK, carrier in carrier, LDPC, GZIP and other optimization techniques to their business cases. In this session, the techno-jargon on the latest spectral and bandwidth optimization advances will be translated into dollars and cents. The goal is for attendees to gain a perspective on the impact of technologies on their business cases, guiding straight to Return on Investment (ROI) models and help attendees understand how advanced technologies can facilitate more bits per MHz, hence lowering the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and providing more affordable services to end users. Patrick Wong, COMTECH EF DATA 17.5 Delivering a High Throughput service through innovative hybrid solution Other than sharing HTS + C-band hybrid satellite solution, this

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presentation will also cover some new innovations developed by SES, including Sat>IP and future IP LNB. Sharing of new service with connectivity to West Coast of US. Donald Chew, SES

17.6 Cloud Based BSS Solutions This presentation will raise awareness of benefits and possibilities of utilizing cloud based BSS solutions, How Cloud based BSS solution can help overcome Pacific Island’s needs around cost effective access to industry leading solutions with minimal initial outlay and How Cloud solution enables operators to focus on their core business without worrying about backend support Arun Kalavath, Redknee Inc. 1030-1100am

Morning tea Break sponsored by REDCOM

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IPX – the gateway to new services This presentation provides an overview of IPX to the Pacific Island’s mobile operators. By sharing the user experience of a Mobile Operator story on IPX and related mobile services, the audience will have an understanding of the implementation roadmap, the benefits towards IP convergence and the efficiency as the gateway to future services Sebastien Hie, RANGE

17.8 IPX and Cloud Solutions This presentation will further cover IPX and Cloud Solutions and discuss the case studies and experiences with IPX and Cloud Solutions implementations Divesh Gupta, PCCW Global 1145-1230pm 18.0 RESUME 17th Annual general Meeting of PITA 19.0 Closing 1230-1730pm

Boat ride to island 20mins then Lunch @ 1:00pm Lunch Sponsored by Australian Satellite Communications (ASC) Bilateral at the Beach sponsored by O3B

1400-1730pm Evening

Paddling event sponsored by ALTITUDE Relaxing with the Tokelau flavour at the Amanaki

Next page for Friday Program: Legal Workshop; Tradeshow & Bilateral DAY 5 –FRIDAY 26 APRIL 2013 0830-1000am 20.0 Tradeshow & Bilateral 1000-1030am Morning tea Break sponsored by Telecom NZ International 1030-1230pm 21.0 Supplementary Session: LEGAL WORKSHOP 1. Review current key events and trends in regulatory disputes and litigation in the region, including “hot” issues; PROGRAM HANDBOOK

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2. Compare regulator and operator’s perspective 3. Outline legal costs and delays experienced in key issues in region, 4. Identify and discuss strategies for reducing gridlock and costs (Compare to traditional process, - lengthy submissions, draft determination, final decision, court case) 5. Discuss benefits and risks of alternative approaches. Other case exercises: a. New technologies -spectrum; b. International access c. Internet expansion 22.0 Tradeshow & Bilateral 1230-1400pm 1400-1730pm 1800pm+

Lunch Break Free Time Free Time

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The PITA Executive Committee would like to extend its great appreciation to the Host, Bluesky Samoa, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology - Samoa, ITU Asia Office & APT, Sponsors, Speakers, Delegates, Partner Organisations and residentPacific 2ndRegional Executive Member Friends who have made this PITA 17th AGM another valuable convening for all, in advancing telecommunications in the Pacific. th

is the current PITA President at the PITA 14 AGM in Honiara, MESSAGE FROM  elected THE  PITA   PRESIDENT   slands.

NOMINEE FOR PITA PRESIDENT Dear  Ivan MFong embers,   Friends   aPresident nd  Participants;   O of Telecom Fiji Ltd and the Amalgamated Telecom Holdings, Ivan is at the PITA is the current PITA elected th o do a second term as PITA President 14th AGM in Honiara, Solomon Islands. This   17   Annual   General   Meeting   of   PITA   marks another   ey  mofilestone   for   For   me,  it’s  an  end ActingkCEO Telecom Fiji LtdPITA.   and the Amalgamated nd Telecom Holdings, Ivan is available to do a second term for   as a   2 of   my   term   as   President   and   if   endorsed   ecutive Member PITA President term,   I  would  gladly  serve  again  to  continue  on  the hat  you   will  all  finalise   at  the this   AGM     y the Executive Vice Presidenttasks   and tChief Operations Officer of FSM poration.   Already   with   delegates  MEMBER registered   from   all   key   sectors   in FORover   2ND200   EXECUTIVE FederatedNOMINEE States of Micronesia telecommunication,  and  with  a  great  agenda  and  program  put  out Fredy Perman, is currently the Executive Vice President and Chief by   our  Officer team   and   host,   there  Corporation. is   no   doubt   in   my   mind   of   the Operations of the FSMthe   Telecommunications many  positive  outcomes  that  will  result.     Fredy is a national of the Federated States of Micronesia   Thank  you  Bluesky  Samoa  for  kindly  organising  logistics  and  hosting th the  17  AGM  &  Tradeshow.  Thank  you  also  to  APT  and  the  ITU  Asia Pacific  Regional  Office  for  organising  the  Pacific  Forum  2013  to  be PROGRAM HANDBOOK 24 held   with  the  PITA  AGM  &  Tradeshow  


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BOOTH KEY # EXHIBITORS 1A O3B 1B Infomatics International 2 Host - Bluesky Samoa Kordia 3 4 ATI Australia 5 APNIC 6-7 &14 ANSTEL, DingLicom, EXFO 8 BTS Monitoring 9 4RF

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Award winning BTS Monitoring & Serverscheck monitoring software and equipment Telephone: +61 421   554497 Telephone: +61   421   554497 Website: http://www.o3bnetworks.com/ Website: http://www.o3bnetworks.com/ In 2013 O3b will deploy a next generation satellite network that will enable our custom Name: – Adriaan Jooste PACIFIC ISLANDS TELECOMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION 17th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2013 their range and reach of service through fast, flexible and affordable connectivity at fib Phone: +61 4 0814 4341

Email: adriaan.jooste@duons.com.au Website: www.duons.com.au

Contact : John Turnbull EXHIBITION INFORMATION   Booth #: 2 – REGISTRATION

Booth 2 – REGISTRATION Email:#: John.Turnbull@o3bnetworks.com Booth –+61   Booth #: 1A Booth 1O3B –421   O3B #:15 – #: RADWARE Telephone: 554497 In 2013 O3b will deploy a next generation satellite network that will Website: http://www.o3bnetworks.com/ Radware, the global leader in integrated application delivery and application security solutions for enable our customers Pacific to extend theirandrange and business-smart networking, assures in thethe complete availability, performance, security of reach of Booth #: 3 – KORDIA Inbusiness-critical 2013 O3b will deploy a nextand generation satellite network enable applications forflexible enterprises and carriers worldwide. service through fast, affordable connectivity at that fiberwill speed and our custo Booth #: 3 – KORDIA theirsatellite range and reach of service through fast, flexible and affordable connectivity at f reach. Name: – Mick Stephens / Santo Hartono Contact: John Turnbull Telephone: +61 421 554497 Phone: +61 401 #: 001890 /– +61REGISTRATION 411 697 257 Specialist systems integrators Booth Booth #: 1: John –2O3B Contact Turnbull Email: micks@radware.com / santoh@radware.com John.Turnbull@o3bnetworks.com Email: Specialist systems integrators Website: www.radware.com Email: John.Turnbull@o3bnetworks.com   Website: http://www.o3bnetworks.com   In 2013 O3b will deploy a next generation satellite network that will enable our customers in the Pacific to extend Telephone: +61   421  554497 Contact : Mark Lerwill their range and reach of service through fast, flexible and affordable connectivity at fiber speed and satellite reach.   Booth #: 1B - INFORMATICS Email: Mark.Lerwill@kordia.co.nz Website: http://www.o3bnetworks.com/ Booth #: 17-18 – INFORMATICS INTERNATIONAL LTD : Mark Lerwill is a SEI CMMi Level 3 and ISO 9001:2008 certified IT Contact Informatics Booth #: – KORDIA Contact : John Turnbull Telephone: +643 21679400 Mark.Lerwill@kordia.co.nz Email: Company which is in operation over two decades. Informatics grew Email: John.Turnbull@o3bnetworks.com   Website: www.kordiasolutions.com Informatics is a SEI CMMi Level 3 and ISO 9001:2008 certified IT Company which is +64421   21679400 Telephone: into a global IT company dedicated to developing only the most Telephone: +61   554497 in operation over two decades. Informatics grew into a global IT company dedicated to Website: http://www.o3bnetworks.com/ Website: www.kordiasolutions.com ITglobal solutions for local and global clients. effective developing only the most effective IT solutions for local systems and clients. Specialist integrators Booth #: 2 – REGISTRATION Name: Naleen Baddegama Phone: +94 72 6868151 Name: – Naleen Baddegama Booth #: 4 – ATI AUSTRALIA Email: naleen@informaticsint.com Website: www.informaticsint.com Phone: +94 72 6868151 Booth #: 2 – REGISTRATION Email: naleen@informaticsint.com Contact : Mark Lerwill 2 – REGISTRATION Website: Booth #: www.informaticsint.com Booth 4 – ATI AUSTRALIA Established in 1991, ATI Australia is an Australian owned company whose total business focu Email:#: Mark.Lerwill@kordia.co.nz Booth Host - Bluesky Samoa, Registration and Secretariat support #: 3 –supply, KORDIA installation and support of high capacity microwave transmission systems in th Telephone: +64 21679400 Booth #: 3 – KORDIA telecommunications market. ATI Australia has deployed in excess of 2,000 microwave syste – KORDIA Booth #: 3 www.kordiasolutions.com Website: Established in 1991, ATI Australia is an Australian owned company whose total bu Australia and the Pacific. ATI is also a licenced telecommunications carrier and have deployed an Specialist systems integrators supply, installation and support of high capacity microwave transmission sys systems ownSpecialist carrierSpecialist microwave backboneintegrators network in Australia. systems integrators Mark Lerwill Telephone: +64 21679400 Contact: telecommunications market. ATI Australia has deployed in excess of 2,000 micro Mark.Lerwill@kordia.co.nz Website: Email: telecommunications carrier and have Contact : Tanya Spark,Australia and the Pacific. ATI is also a licencedwww.kordiasolutions.com Booth #:: Mark 4Lerwill – ATI AUSTRALIA own carrier microwave backbone network in Australia. Contact : Mark Tanya.spark@ati.com.au Contact Lerwill Email: Booth #: 4 – ATI AUSTRALIA Email: Mark.Lerwill@kordia.co.nz Telephone: +61 409 399 553 Email: Mark.Lerwill@kordia.co.nz Telephone: Design, Supply, Installation and support of high capacity microwave +64 21679400 Website: :www.ati.com.au Contact Tanya Spark, Established in systems. 1991, ATI is an Australian owned company www.kordiasolutions.com Telephone: +64 21679400 ATI Australia is also a licenced telecommunications carrier whose total Website: transmission Tanya.spark@ati.com.au supply, installation support our of own highcarrier capacity microwave transmission s Website: www.kordiasolutions.com deployed and maintain microwave Email: and have 553 telecommunications ATI Australia has deployed in excess of 2,000 mic in Australia. Telephone: +61 409 399 backbone networkmarket. Booth #: 5 – APNIC Website: www.ati.com.au Australia andTanya the Pacific. 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How to apply IPv6 space via one click/E-learning/ Help toinimprove Network A supply, and for support ofaddress high capacity microwave transmission systems the competitive Booth Booth #:#:5: 5 –Tanya APNIC Asiainstallation Pacific Network Information Centre – APNIC Contact Spark, Reporting with an IRT contact/Keeping you’re Who details up to date/Reverse DNS telecommunications ATI Australia has in the excess of is2,000 microwave systems throughout Email: Tanya.spark@ati.com.au Regionalmarket. Internet Registery fordeployed Asia and Pacific. Application Australia and the Pacific. ATI is also a licenced telecommunications carrier and have deployed and maintain our Established in 1991, ATI Australia is an Australian owned company whose total IPv4, IPv6 address space. E-learning/ Help to improve Network Abuse for backbone network in Australia. Telephone: +61 own 409carrier 399 microwave 553 Contact : Elly Tawhai, Membership development material will be available. How to apply for IP installation andcontact/ support of which high microwave Email: elly@apnic.net supply, Reporting with an IRT Keeping your capacity Who is details up to transmission Website: www.ati.com.au How to apply formarket. IPv6 address space via one Helpofto2,000 improve Contact : Tanya Spark, telecommunications ATI Australia has click/E-learning/ deployed in excess m Telephone: DNS +61 7 3858 3100date/Reverse Email: Tanya.spark@ati.com.au Reporting with an IRT contact/Keeping you’re Who is details up to date/Rever Australia and the Pacific. ATI is also a licenced telecommunications carrier and ha Contact: Elly Tawhai, Telephone: +61 7 3858 3100 Website: http://www.apnic.net/ Telephone: +61 409 399 553 carrier microwave Website: backbonehttp://www.apnic.net network in Australia. Website: www.ati.com.au own Email: elly@apnic.net Contact : Elly Booth #: 5Tawhai, – APNIC elly@apnic.net & 14Spark, - ANSTEL Email: Booth #: 6 :–7 Contact Tanya Booth –7 & 14 - ANSTEL Booth#: #:65+61 – APNIC 7 3858 3100 Telephone: Tracking/Personal Tracking/Mobility Software Vehicle Membership development material which will be available. How to apply for Email: Tanya.spark@ati.com.au Website: http://www.apnic.net/ Neil Coomar, Telephone: 511 09777 / for +679 Contact: How to apply for IPv6 address spaceSoftware via one click/E-learning/ Help to improv Telephone: +61 409 Membership 399 553 development material which will be +614 available. How to apply IPv4 9763358 address space Vehi Vehicle Tracking/Personal Tracking/Mobility neil.c@anstelaustralia.com / awish.kumar@anstelaustralia.com Website: www.ati.com.au Email: How to apply for IPv6 with addressan space one click/E-learning/ Help to improve Abuse Reporting IRTviacontact/Keeping you’re Who isNetwork details up to date/Rev Reporting with www.autonautics.com.au an IRT contact/Keeping you’re Who is details up to date/Reverse DNS Website: Contact : Neil Coomar, Booth #: 6 –7 & 14 ANSTEL Contact : Elly Tawhai, Contact : Elly Tawhai, Corp., Ltd: Wireless network optimization, DingLi/ Communications Email: awish.kumar@anstelaustralia.com Email:neil.c@anstelaustralia.com elly@apnic.net Email: elly@apnic.net Booth #: 53858 – APNIC system benchmarking, maintenance, optimization, planning, Telephone: Telephone:+614 +61 7 511 3100 network 09777 / +679 9763358 Telephone: +61 7Vehi 3858DingLi 3100 Communications Corp., Ltd. is Asia's leading authority in wireless network optimization. Vehicle Tracking/Personal Tracking/Mobility Software Website:www.autonautics.com.au http://www.apnic.net/post- processing, and service Website: rollout and testingnetwork for all major network technologies. Our product line encompasses systemRF benchmarking, maintenance, Website: http://www.apnic.net/ Membership development material which will available. How to apply fo optimization, planning, post-processing, rollout testing for allbe major RF network technologies. Contact: Jonnie Tupas, Telephone: +86 and 756 3391933 How to apply for IPv6 address space via one click/E-learning/ Help Contact : Jonnie Tupas, Email: jonnie.tupas@dingli.com /sales@dingli.com Website: www.dingli.com to impro Booth 6 –7Coomar, & 14 - ANSTEL Contact :#:Neil Email: jonnie.tupas@dingli.com / sales@dingli.com Reporting with an IRT contact/Keeping you’re Who is details up to date/Re Email: neil.c@anstelaustralia.com / awish.kumar@anstelaustralia.com Telephone: +86 Booth #:7566 3391933 –7 &Vehicle 14 -Tracking/Personal ANSTEL Vehi Tracking/Mobility Software PROGRAM HANDBOOK 26 Website: www.dingli.com   09777 / +679 9763358 Telephone: +614 511 Contact : Elly Tawhai, Website:   Tracking/Personal Tracking/Mobility Software Vehi Vehicle Email:www.autonautics.com.au elly@apnic.net


Listed on the NASDAQ and TSX stock exchanges, EXFO is among the leading providers of next-generati Telephone: +86 756 3391933 Website:jonnie.tupas@dingli.com www.dingli.com Email: / sales@dingli.com test and service assurance solutions for wireline and wireless network operators and equipment manufactu Website: www.dingli.com Booth #: 8 – BTS MONITORING Telephone: +86 in 756 PACIFIC ISLANDS TELECOMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION the3391933 global telecommunications industry17th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2013 Website: www.dingli.com Listed on the   NASDAQ and TSX stock exchanges, EXFO is among the leading providers of next-generation Contact: Phil Boland, BTS issolutions a spin-off fromandServersCheck. BTS and Monitoring provides sensors for test andMonitoring service assurance for wireline wireless network operators equipment manufacturers Email: Philip.Boland@EXFO.com EXFO: Provider their ofindustry next-generation test and service assurance solutions their uptim in the global telecommunications operators to safeguard revenue by minimizing their downtime and maximizing Booth #: 8+86– 756 BTS MONITORING Telephone: 3391933

Contact: Phil Boland, Website: for wireline and wireless operators andEXFO equipment manufacturers Listed on the NASDAQ andnetwork TSX stock exchanges, is among the leading providers Email:www.dingli.com Philip.Boland@EXFO.com Contact: Maarten Laere Telephone: Telephone:Conta Contact: Phil Boland, +86 756 BTS 3391933 Monitoring is Van a assurance spin-off from ServersCheck. Monitoring provides sensors c +86 756BTS 3391933 test and service solutions for wireline and wireless network operators and for equip Website: operators towww.btsmonitoring.com safeguard their revenue by minimizing their downtime and maximizing their uptime Website: www.dingli.com Philip.Boland@EXFO.com Website: www.dingli.com inEmail: the global telecommunications industry

Email: maarten.vanlaere@btsmonitoring.com Booth #: 8 Phil – BTS MONITORING Contact: Boland,

Booth #: 8#: – 8BTS MONITORING Conta Contact: Maarten Van Laere Email: Philip.Boland@EXFO.com Booth – BTS MONITORING is a spin-off ServersCheck. BTS Monitoring sensors for cell sites en Website: www.btsmonitoring.com BTS Monitoring is afrom spin-off from ServersCheck. BTSprovides Monitoring provides Telephone: +86BTS 756Monitoring 3391933 operators to safeguard their revenue by minimizing their downtime and maximizing theirenabling uptime. BTS Monitoring is a spin-off from ServersCheck. BTS Monitoring provides sensors for cell sites Email: maarten.vanlaere@btsmonitoring.com Website: www.dingli.com sensors for cell sites enabling operators to safeguard their revenue by operators to safeguard their revenue by minimizing their downtime and maximizing their uptime. Booth #: 9 – 4RF Conta Contact: minimizing Maarten Van their Laere downtime and maximizing their uptime. Conta Contact: Maarten Van Laere Long di www.btsmonitoring.com Distance Maarten Point to Point microwave Communication Solutions over land and water/ XE & Website: www.btsmonitoring.com Van Laere Email: maarten.vanlaere@btsmonitoring.com Website: Contact: Email: maarten.vanlaere@btsmonitoring.com Booth #: 8 – BTS MONITORING Email: maarten.vanlaere@btsmonitoring.com Website: www.btsmonitoring.com Booth #: 9 – 4RF Conta

Contact: Whitsed Monitoring a spin-off from Communication ServersCheck. Solutions BTS Monitoring sensors Booth #: 9Richard – 4RF Long di BTS Distance Point toisPoint microwave over landprovides and water/ XE &f Website: www.4rf.com Booth #: 9 – 4RF operators to safeguard their by minimizing their downtime and maximizing Long Distance Point to revenue Point microwave Communication Solutions over their up Booth #: 9 – 4RF  LConta ong di Distance Point microwave Communication Email: Richard.whitsed@4rf.com land Point and towater/ XE & SR SolutionsSolutions over land and water/ XE & SR Solutions  LConta ong di Contact: Distance Point to Point Maarten Vanmicrowave Laere Communication Solutions over land and water/ XE & SR Solutio Contact: Richard Whitsed Contact: Richard Whitsed Email: Richard.whitsed@4rf.com Conta Website: www.btsmonitoring.com Website: www.4rf.com Contact: RichardConta Whitsed Website: www.4rf.com Email: maarten.vanlaere@btsmonitoring.com Email: Richard.whitsed@4rf.com Website: Contact: Richard Booth #: www.4rf.com 10 Whitsed – COBHAM Email: Richard.whitsed@4rf.com

Website: Booth #: www.4rf.com 10 – COBHAM Cobham  specializes  in  meeting  the  demand  for  data,  connectivity  and  bandwidth  in Email: Richard.whitsed@4rf.com Cobham specializes in meeting the demand for data, connectivity and and   commercial   environments.   Offering   a   technically   diverse   and   innovative   range   o Booth Booth #: #: 10 in defense, security and commercial environments. Offering Booth #:10–9–COBHAM –COBHAM 4RF bandwidth services,   the   Group   protects   lives   and   livelihoods,   responding   to   customer   need a  Cobham  specializes  in  meeting  the  demand  for  data,  connectivity  and  bandwidth  in   technically diverse and innovative range of technologies and services, the Cobham  specializes  in  meeting  the  demand  for  data,  connectivity  and  bandwidth  in  defense,  security   differentiates   it.  to The   most   important   thing  we  build  is  Solutions trrust.    Long di Distanceenvironments.   Point Point microwave over landand   and water/ X and   commercial   Offering   a   technically  Communication diverse   and   innovative   ange   of   technologies   Booth #: 10 – COBHAM protects lives and livelihoods, responding to dcustomer needs with   Group and   commercial   environments.   Offering   a   technically   iverse   and   innovative   services,   the   Group   protects   lives   and   livelihoods,   responding   to   customer   needs   with   agility   that   range   of   Cobham  specializes  in  meeting  the  demand  for  data,  connectivity  and  bandwidth  in  defense,  se Contact: Stuart DaslerConta agility thatit.  the   differentiates it.thing   Thewlives   most thingresponding   we build isto  trust. differentiates   The  m ost  important   e   build  and   is  important trust.   services,   Group   protects   livelihoods,   customer   needs   and   commercial   environments.   Offering   a   technically   diverse   and   innovative   range   of   technologie Website: Contact: Stuart Dasler Email: stuart.dasler@cobham.com www.cobham.com/tracstar Contact: Richard Whitsed differentiates   i t.   T he   m ost   i mportant   t hing   w e   b uild   i s   t rust.   Contact: Stuart Dasler services,   the   Group   protects   lives   and   livelihoods,   responding   to   customer   needs   with   agility stuart.dasler@cobham.com Website: www.4rf.comWebsite: www.cobham.com/tracstar Email: Website: www.cobham.com/tracstar differentiates  it.  The  most  important  thing  we  build  is  trust.    

Email: stuart.dasler@cobham.com Email: Richard.whitsed@4rf.com Contact: Stuart Dasler

Booth #: 11 – MASER TECHNOLOGY Website: www.cobham.com/tracstar Contact: Stuart Dasler Maser Technology Group is a specialised provider of advanced technology Email: stuart.dasler@cobham.com Website: www.cobham.com/tracstar Booth #: 11 ––MASER TECHNOLOGY Booth #: 11 MASER TECHNOLOGY Email: stuart.dasler@cobham.com solutions sourced from leading international supply partners. Maser works Maser Technology Groupconsultatively is a specialised provider of advanced technology solutions sourced from leading Booth #: 10 – COBHAM with clients to understand theirofreal requirements and Maser itsTechnology Group is a specialised provider advanced technology solutions sou international supply partners. Maser works with its clients consultatively to understand their real business and matches them with the its capabilities of our international supply partners. Maser clients consultatively requirements anddrivers, business drivers, and matches them works with the with capabilities of our partner’s solutions. to understand th Cobham  specializes  in  meeting  the  demand  for  data,  connectivity  and  bandwidt Booth #: 11 – MASER TECHNOLOGY and business drivers, andOmatches with thediverse   capabilities of our partner’s Booth partner’s Contact: Liwen Zhang and   csolutions. ommercial   environments.   ffering   athem   technically   and   innovative   rang #: 11 – MASERrequirements TECHNOLOGY Contact: Liwen Zhang Maser Technology Group is aprotects   specialised provider of advanced technologyto   solutions sourc services,   the   Group   lives   and   livelihoods,   responding   customer   ne Email: liwen.zhang@maser.com.au Email: liwen.zhang@maser.com.au Website: www.maser.com.au Maser Technology Group is a specialised provider of advanced technology solutions sourced from lea Liwen Zhang international Website: www.maser.com.au supply partners. works itswconsultatively clients consultatively to understand differentiates   it.  The   mMaser ost   important   thing   e  build   is  trust.   Booth #:12 Contact: – AGILE international supply partners. Maser works with itswith clients to understand their real the Email:#:12 liwen.zhang@maser.com.au Booth – Integration AGILE requirements requirements and business drivers, and together matches them with the capabilities of oursolutions. partner’s s Agile is an System and Integration company that best and solutions business drivers, andbrings matches themthe with thetechnologies capabilities of our partner’s Website: www.maser.com.au Booth #:12 AGILE from a– range of suppliers RAD,System Ceragon,Integration Avaya, NSN, company; ADTRAN FibroLAN, Alvarion,Avaya, Juniper NSN, Agileincluding; Integration: RAD, Ceragon, Contact: Stuart Dasler and NICE. Agile aAgile PITA member for overis15 years, has been supplying and supporting these solutions Integration anAlvarion, System Integration company that brings together the bes Liwen Zhang Contact: Liwen Zhang Website: www.cobham.com/tracstar Contact: ADTRAN FibroLAN, and Solutions throughout NZ and the South Pacific for over 25 years. In theJuniper last 5 years weNICE. have also opened an include Australian Email: liwen.zhang@maser.com.au liwen.zhang@maser.com.au from a range of suppliers including; RAD, Ceragon, Avaya, NSN, ADTRAN F Email: stuart.dasler@cobham.com Email: microwave radio systems, xDSL, Fibre Optical networks and data office. Website: www.maser.com.au www.maser.com.au These solutions include microwave radio systems, xDSL, Fibre Optical and data networking from Layer 2 through and NICE. Agile anetworks PITA member for over 15 years, has been supplying and Website: networking rom Layer 2 through to firewalls and security. IPtoTelephony firewalls and security. Agile is also the number one or two suppliers of IP Telephony in this In region. throughout NZ and the South systems Pacificand forcontact overcentres 25 years. the last 5 years we hav systems and contact centres. office. Name: John Gjaltema, Tel: +64 274 930907 Name: John Gjaltema, Telephone: +64 274 930907 Booth #: 11 – MASER TECHNOLOGY Email: johng@agile.co.nz These solutions include microwave radio systems, xDSL, Fibre Optical networks and data networking from Email: johng@agile.co.nz Website: www.agile.co.nz Website: www.agile.co.nz Technology a specialised of advancedsystems technology firewalls and security. Agile isMaser also the numberGroup one oristwo suppliersprovider of IP Telephony andsolutions contact c Booth #:13 – ACCLINKS international supply partners. Maser works with its clients consultatively to understan requirements andtailored businessand drivers, and matches themcarrier with the capabilities of our partn affordable telecom grade solutions Name: John Gjaltema, Tel:Acclinks +64 274provides 930907 Booth #:13 – ACCLINKS and terminals for the pacific islands by working with the first class Email: johng@agile.co.nz Acclinks provides tailored and affordable telecom carrier grade solutions and terminals Contact: Liwen Zhang partners. Our products include 3g/4g networks, mobile handsets, android Website: www.agile.co.nz for the pacific islands by working with the first class partners. Email: liwen.zhang@maser.com.au pads, USIM/UIM cards, T solutions, TVandroid solutions, and business Our products include 3g/4g networks, mobile digital handsets, pads, USIM/UIM cards, Website: www.maser.com.au operation supporting systems (BOSS) IT solutions, digital TV solutions, and business operation supporting systems (BOSS) Name: Helen Luo, Phone: +86 13825255002, Name: Helen Luo, Phone: +86 13825255002, Booth #:13 – ACCLINKS Email: helen@acclinks.com Website: http://www.acclinks.com Email: helen@acclinks.com Website: http://www.acclinks.com  

 

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Acclinks provides tailored and affordable telecom carrier gr PROGRAM HANDBOOK for the pacific islands by working with the first 27 class partner Our products include 3g/4g networks, mobile handsets, andr


Email: helen@acclinks.com Name: Helen Luo, Phone: +86 13825255002, Website: Email: http://www.acclinks.com helen@acclinks.com ISLANDS TELECOMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION 17th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2013   Website:PACIFIC http://www.acclinks.com  

Booth #:14 – DUONS #:15 Booth – DUONS   Booth #:14 – DUONS Duons are a Telecoms solutions provider offering the latest end to end   communication products including our proprietary PTMP Radio Duons are a Telecoms solutions provider offering the latest end to end communication products including our communications & Payphones, latest4G4G LTE, WIMAX & WIMESH proprietary PTMP Radio communications & Payphones,the the latest LTE, WIMAX & WIMESH Technologies, Duons areMonitoring a Telecoms solutions provider offering theand latest to end communication inclu Technologies, winning BTS Monitoring & end Serverscheck monitoringproducts Award winning BTS &Award Serverscheck monitoring software equipment proprietary PTMP Radio communications & Payphones, the latest 4G LTE, WIMAX & WIMESH Tech software and equipment Award winning BTS Monitoring & Serverscheck monitoring software and equipment Name: – Adriaan Jooste Name: – Adriaan Jooste Phone: +61 4 0814 4341 Phone: +61 4 0814 4341 Email: adriaan.jooste@duons.com.auEmail: adriaan.jooste@duons.com.au Website: www.duons.com.au Name: – Adriaan Jooste

Website: Phone: www.duons.com.au +61 4 0814 4341

Booth #:16 – RADWARE Email: adriaan.jooste@duons.com.au Website: www.duons.com.au Radware, the global leader in integrated application delivery and application Booth #:15 – RADWARE security solutions for business-smart networking, assures the complete availability, performance, and security of business-critical applications for Radware, the global in integrated application delivery and application security solutions for enterprises and leader carriers worldwide. business-smart networking, assures the complete availability, performance, and security of Booth #:15 – RADWARE Name: Mick Stephens/ Santo Hartono business-critical applications for enterprises and carriers worldwide. Phone: +61 401 001890/ +61 411in697 257 application delivery and application security solu Radware, the global leader integrated business-smart networking, assures the complete availability, performance, and security o – Mick Stephens / Santo Hartono Email: micks@radware.com / santoh@radware.com Name: business-critical applications for enterprises and carriers worldwide. Phone: 257 +61 401 001890 / +61 411 697 Website: www.radware.com

Email: micks@radware.com / santoh@radware.com Website: Name: www.radware.com – Mick Stephens / Santo Hartono

Booth #: 17 - RICOH

 

Phone: +61 401 001890 / +61 411 697 257 RICOH Document Management Soultions Email: micks@radware.com / santoh@radware.com Name: Pradeep Narayan Phone: +649 273 Website: #: 17-18www.radware.com – INFORMATICS INTERNATIONAL LTD

Booth

3785 Email: pradeep@optl.co.nz Website: www.optl.co.nz

Informatics is a SEI CMMi Level 3 and ISO 9001:2008 certified IT Company which is

Booth Booth #: 18#: 17-18 – INFORMATICS in operation overINTERNATIONAL two decades. Informatics grewLTD into a global IT company dedicated to developing only the most effective IT solutions for local and global clients.

Informatics is a SEI CMMi Level 3 and ISO 9001:2008 certified IT Company w Name: – Naleen Baddegama in operation over two decades. Informatics grew into a global IT company dedic Phone: +94 72 Booth #: 6868151 19 – ALOE SYSTEMS developing only the most effective IT solutions for local and global clients. Email: naleen@informaticsint.com www.informaticsint.com ALOE Systems (former MERA Systems) is a developer of industryWebsite:

Booth #: 19 – ALOE SYSTEMS leading VoIP carrier softswitch solutions and unified communications Booth #: 19 – ALOE SYSTEMS Name: – Naleen Baddegama

ALOE Systems (former MERA Systems)carriers is a developer of industry-leading carrier softswitch Phone: +94 72 6868151 service platforms that enable and service providersVoIP to effectively ALOEand Systems MERA Systems) a developer industry-leading carrier softswitch solutions unified(former communications serviceisplatforms thatof enable carriers and VoIP service providers to Email: naleen@informaticsint.com manage domestic and international VoIP traffic in their networks. solutionsmanage and unified communications service platforms that enable carriersWith andWith service providers to effectively domestic and international VoIP traffic in their networks. more than 20 years Website: www.informaticsint.com more than 20 years fieldexpertise and in technological effectively manage domestic andproven international VoIP traffic their networks. With more than 20 yea field-proven expertise and technological leadership in softswitch field-proven and technological leadership in softswitch leadershipexpertise in softswitch Name: Mr Lee Tian Yew, Phone: +6598341234 Name: – Mr Lee Tian Yew / Mr Iakov Maiurov tian.yew@aloe-systems.com Name: – Mr Lee Tian Yew / Mr Email: Iakov Maiurov   Phone: +6598341234/+79519104052 Phone: +6598341234/+79519104052 Website: http://www.aloe-systems.com Email: tian.yew@aloe-systems.com / jackov.mayurov@aloe-systems.com

Email:http://www.aloe-systems.com/ tian.yew@aloe-systems.com / jackov.mayurov@aloe-systems.com Website: Website: Booth http://www.aloe-systems.com/ #: 20 – AUSTRALIAN SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS

Australian Satellite Communications has extensive experience in providing

Booth #: 20 – AUSTRALIAN SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS satellite communications throughout the Asia-Pacific region.ASC adopt Booth #: 20 – AUSTRALIAN SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS Name: – Paul Krzystoszek,

Name: – Paul Krzystoszek, Phone: +61 412 770 061, Phone: +61 412 770 061, Email: paulk@ascs.com.au Email: paulk@ascs.com.au Website: www.ascs.com.au Website: www.ascs.com.au

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current, proven technology allowing us offer robust, reliable in andproviding costAustralian Satellite Communications hasto extensive experience satellite Australian Satellite Communications extensive adopt experience providing satell communications the Asia-Pacific region.ASC current, inproven technology effective satellitethroughout communication systemshaswhich meet our communications the and Asia-Pacific region.ASC current, proven allowing us to offer throughout robust, reliable cost-effective satellite adopt communication systemstechnolo which customer’s specifications. allowing us to offer robust, reliable and cost-effective satellite communication systems whi meet our customer’s specifications. Name: Krzystoszek, Phone: +61 412 770 061 meetPaul our customer’s specifications. Email: paulk@ascs.com.au Website: www.ascs.com.au

PROGRAM HANDBOOK


Evening

BBQ PacTEL

Tea Break by VOX Supply Chain [1] TRADESHOW * [2] Number Hijacking WS ROCK DA BOAT by INTELSAT

Tea Break by PCCW GLOBAL TRADESHOW Tradeshow Drinks by TELECOM NZ INT’L * AVA& Welcome Reception: TATA, MOREMAGIC, HUAWEI

1530-1600

1600-1730

Lunch by PTC ACCESS

REGIONAL REPORT Combined with Pacific Forum Tea Break by TELSTRA Global CONNECTIVITY

Lunch by ACCLINKS PITA AGM

PITA CEO Forum

OPENING Combined with Pacific Forum Tea Break by PCCW GLOBAL WORLD REPORT Combined with Pacific Forum

Tuesday

Wednesday

ISLAND NIGHT ORANGE & INFORMATICS

TRADESHOW

Lunch by KORDIA PANEL Combined with Pacific Forum Tea Break by PTC

Tea Break by INFORMATICS TRANSFORMATION

COUNTRY REPORT

[6] AUSTRALIAN SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS

Monday

1230-1400 1400-1530

1100-1230

1030-1100

0900-1030

Sunday

Tokelau Flavour TELETOK

Paddling by ALTITUDE

PITA AGM Closing VOX Lunch by O3B Bilateral on the Beach by O3B

Tea Break by REDCOM INDUSTRY

Thursday Transfer to AG Resort INDUSTRY

FREE

Lunch

Tea Break by Telecom NZ Int'l LEGAL TRADE WSHOP SHOW

TRADESHOW

Friday

HOST: BLUESKY SAMOA HOST: BLUESKY SAMOA PITA 17TH AGM, TRADESHOW 2013 – AT A GLANCE SPONSORS: PLATINUM [1] O3B [2] INFORMATICS INTERNATIONAL TATTE Building, Apia Samoa 22-26 April 2013 SPONSORS: PLATINUM [1] O3B [2] INFORMATICS INTERNATIONAL GOLD [1] INTELSAT [2] HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES GOLD [1] INTELSAT HOST: BLUESKY SAMOA [2] HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES SPONSORS: O3B [2] PACTEL [2] INFORMATICS INTERNATIONAL [3] TELECOM NZ INTERNATIONAL [4] MORE MAGIC SILVER PLATINUM[1] [1] ORANGE INTERNATIONAL SILVER [1] ORANGE [2] PACTEL INTERNATIONAL [3] TELECOM NZ INTERNATIONAL [4] MORE MAGIC GOLD [1] INTELSAT [2] HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES BRONZE SILVER [1] KORDIA [2] PCCW GLOBAL [3] ACCLINKS VOX SUPPLY CHAIN [1] ORANGE [2] PACTEL INTERNATIONAL [3] TELECOM NZ INTERNATIONAL [4][4] MORE BRONZE [1] KORDIA GLOBAL [3] ACCLINKS [4] [2] PCCW VOX SUPPLY CHAIN MAGIC [5] PACIFIC TELELCOMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL [6] REDCOM LABORATORIES [5] PACIFIC [6] REDCOM LABORATORIES TELELCOMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL BRONZE [1] KORDIASATELLITE [2] PCCW GLOBAL [3] ACCLINKS [7] AUSTRALIAN COMMUNICATIONS [8] TATA COMMUNICATIONS [8]REDCOM [7] AUSTRALIAN COMMUNICATIONS TATA COMMUNICATIONS [4] PACIFICSATELLITE TELELCOMMUNICATIONS COUNCIL [5] LABORATORIES

TATTE TATTE Building, Building,Apia Apia Samoa Samoa 22-26 22-26 April April 2013 2013

PITA PITA 17TH 17TH AGM, AGM,TRADESHOW TRADESHOW 2013 2013 –– AT AT A A GLANCE GLANCE


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