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ITSF 2015, 3-5 November, Waldorf Astoria, Edinburgh

Lydbrook, Gloucestershire, UK 20 April 2015, the International Timing & Sync Forum (ITSF) Steering Group has appointed Executive Industry Events, founded by Andrew Bateman, as event organisers for its annual conference which this year will take place in Edinburgh from 3-5 November at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.

ITSF was founded in 2001 to specifically address timing and synchronisation in communication networks by Prof Charles Curry, chairman of the Steering Group, with the first conference taking place in London.  The next event took place in 2004, also in London, and has been held annually ever since in various capital cities throughout Europe.  ITSF is one of the largest annual conferences focusing on timing technology in telecom networks and other critical infrastructure applications.

 “The ITSF Steering Group is pleased to appoint Executive Industry Events as organisers of our annual conference” said Prof Charles Curry, chairman.  He added “We first worked with Andy at Avren Events back in 2008 and are looking forward to renewing the association and anticipate the successful delivery of another event at the leading edge of timing technology in the world of telecoms.”

Managing director of Executive Industry Events, Andrew Bateman, said "Executive Industry Events is delighted to be supporting the International Timing & Sync Forum in its forthcoming conference and looks forward to welcoming delegates from across the globe to this prestigious and timely event in Edinburgh."  

About ITSF

ITSF’s mission is to encourage a wider understanding of the needs for frequency, phase and time dissemination and synchronisation in telecom networks and wider applications, by bringing together individuals from industry, government and academia representing users, suppliers and professionals in the timing community for a technically stimulating three day papers driven international forum and workshop.

The 2015 conference will explore in depth Precise Frequency and Phase and Time which are becoming ever more critical in both wireline and wireless telecommunications, and increasingly for small cell and edge of network applications, and progressively more in power transmission, finance and defence.

Further information:

Executive Industry Events website