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Published: October 11, 2012 3:00 a.m.
Telecom experts looking ahead
Keynote speaker David Seda, vice president-field marketing for Calix, talks with attendees Wednesday morning during the Midwest Telecom Expo.
Photos by Swikar Patel | The Journal Gazette
Seda delivers his talk, What Comes Next? From Service Provider to Experience Provider, at Grand Wayne Center. His company, Calix, supplies access gear for broadband, fiber optic and copper connections to homes and institutions.
Paul Peach, front, Frontier Communications regional manager, and Lonnie Powell, account executive at Frontier, work on their laptops before the vendor area opens Wednesday morning. We finished setting up this morning and now just waiting for the crowd, Peach said. The Midwest Telecom Expo concludes today.