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IP Communications Pioneer Jeff Pulver to Speak on IP Communications Broadcasting Trends in Tel Aviv

IP Communications Pioneer Jeff Pulver to Speak on IP Communications Broadcasting Trends in Tel Aviv

TEL AVIV, Israel and MELVILLE, N.Y., Dec. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- IP Communications pioneer, Jeff Pulver, will be speaking at an event organized by the Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute, in cooperation with the Israel Venture Association, and Israeli Association of Electronics & Information Industries at the Dan Panorama Hotel, Tel Aviv from 15:30 to 19:00 on Thursday, December 29.

Entitled "IP Communication vs. Traditional Broadcasting at the Year Ahead," Pulver will be joined by other speakers from companies such as AOL, Warner Cable, and the Pilot Group. "We are pleased to have Jeff join our distinguished panel of speakers as he shares his vision of how the broadcasting industry is in the midst of great change and disruption," stated Dr. Yossi Vardi, Principal of International Technologies Ventures. In June of this year, Pulver created the Israel VoIP Summit which was a two-day event held in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, highlighted by an awards ceremony recognizing Israel's role in the commercialization of IP communications.

"I am thrilled to be back in Israel again this year to meet with some of the brightest and most promising companies in the world who are changing the way we communicate and now broadcast digital content on the Internet," stated Pulver.

Members of the media are invited to attend and should contact Galit Motai, Media and Productions Unit at The Israel Export Institute, Tel: 03-514-2942 for press credentials.

About Jeff Pulver

Jeff Pulver is one of the true pioneers of the Internet communications industry with more than a decade of hands-on experience in IP Communications and innovation. He is the chairman of pulvermedia, the industry standard Voice on the Net (VON) conferences, and the publisher of The Pulver Report and VON magazine. Additionally, Mr. Pulver is the founder of a number of IP Communications companies. Mr. Pulver has testified before the FCC, the United States Congress, and numerous agencies that have a growing interest in IP Communications. Mr. Pulver is committed to the future of IP Communications and is featured often in the media as a true expert in his field.

About The Israel Export Institute

With a mission to promote Israel's export, the Israel Export Institute is the overseas businessperson's key to the unique opportunities Israel offers. Founded in 1958 and supported by more than 2,300 member firms, private sector institutions, and the Government of Israel, advances relationships between Israel's exporters and overseas businesses and organizations. In providing a range of export-oriented services to Israeli firms and complementary services to the international business community, the Institute builds links to successful joint ventures, strategic alliances and trade ties. For businesspeople, journalists and members of commercial groups and trade delegations from abroad, the Israel Export Institute is the major gateway to Israel's dynamic economy.

About The Israel Venture Association

The IVA is the organization representing the Israeli venture capital community. Israeli Venture activity, started in the early 1990's with the "Yozma Program," has grown to become the major source of financing for start-up and early stage technology companies. With $10 billion in capital, Israeli VCs have played a major role in making Israel an important global source of innovation.

About The Israeli Association of Electronics & Information Industries

The IAEI addresses issues, which are of common interest to its members, and its main goals, which include upholding the professional and economic interests of the electronics industry within the national goals of the State of Israel.

Reader Contact Information

Pulver.com, 115 Broadhollow Road, Suite 225; Melville, NY 11747; Tel: 631-961-8950, Fax: 631-293-3996, http://www.pulver.com/.

U.S. PR Agency Contact: Israel Export Institute Contact: Bage Anderson Galit Motail +254-741-0336 +972-3-514-2942 [email protected]@export.gov.il

pulver.com

CONTACT: U.S. PR Agency: Bage Anderson, +1-254-741-0336,
[email protected]; or Israel Export Institute: Galit Motail,
+972-3-514-2942, [email protected]

Web site: http://www.pulver.com/

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