IP-CON 2016: A Quarterly event for everyone to attend.
MiRO’s IP-Convergence Conference (IP-CON) is held quarterly and consists of an exhibition as well as training sessions on the latest technology and solutions available.
Due to increased success of the event year on year and the growing interest in our training workshops, MiRO will now be dividing the workshops into four quarterly training programs with each quarter focusing on a specific product group: Wi-Fi & Hotspots, Wireless IP Video, Fixed Wireless Broadband and VoIP.
To ensure you receive the best training experience, MiRO will be sending industry specialists out to a different branch each week to conduct the training on the relevant product group for that quarter. Here is what you can expect from each training program:
Wi-Fi & Hotspot
The Wi-Fi workshop mainly pertains to Wireless Access solutions from consumer to enterprise markets.
Wireless IP Video
This is where it all comes together. The Wireless IP Video workshop focuses on everything about surveillance – from the difficulties involved, to what solutions are available and their practical applications in Security Estates and small to large Enterprises/Businesses.
Fixed Broadband Wireless
The Fixed Broadband Wireless workshops are ideal for medium to large business who wish to gain the maximum capacity and speed from their wireless network.
The main aim of the VoIP workshop is to increase your VoIP sales and help you to communicate better with your clientele.
- Corporate Network Engineers
- Wireless Internet Service Providers
- Internet Service Providers
- CCTV Installers
- Product Managers
- VoIP Service Providers
- Project Managers
- CEO’s and MD’s interested in taking their company to the next level in technology
- Companies with Wireless, Networking, VoIP & IP Surveillance related products and services
Why should you attend?
This is the event for any professional within Africa involved in the Wireless, Networking, VoIP and IP Video Industries.
Discover the latest products, technologies and innovations within the African IP market.