The Net -atHome2008 Call for Papers closes on an impressive number of paper received

The submission period of the Net-atHome™2008 Call for Papers has expired on June 30, 2008. Many papers were received and their high quality will permit to access and discuss highly valuable information.

The submission period of the Net -atHome™2008 Call for Papers has expired on June 30, 2008.

Many papers were received and their high quality will permit to access and discuss highly valuable information related to key ongoing researches and developments worldwide in the Connected Home field.
This predicts a very successful and fruitful Net -atHome this year again and fascinating sessions discussing the hottest topics in the entire Connected Home domain.

The speakers' slot is still in progress and as soon as all details will be settled, the whole Net -atHome2008 agenda will be put online.

If you haven't thought about being one of the supporters of Net -atHome2008 yet, there are still packages available and you should have a look on the Net -atHome website in order to see which opportunities could fit with your expectations. Of course, the package can be fully customized depending on your marketing objectives and budget constraints.

Moreover, the Net -atHome flyer will be soon put online.
So, if you wish to stay informed about all information surrounding Net -atHome2008, the website has to be regularly visited.

For any further information you might need, feel free to contact us at info@net -athome.com.

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