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ASSIA to Share Insights on the Future Digital Home at CES 2013
ASSIA Senior Vice President Tuncay Cil to Participate in a Panel Discussion on Drivers for High-Speed Home Broadband Access

REDWOOD CITY, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/09/13 -- ASSIA, Inc., the leading provider of high-performance software tools for dynamic spectrum management (DSM) of digital subscriber line (DSL) and Wi-Fi networks, today announced that Tuncay Cil, senior vice president, business development, will share insights on an industry panel of experts addressing what is driving the need for high-speed broadband access, and how higher broadband speeds will be used.

The invitation-only "Broadband Access Roundtable," sponsored by Ikanos Communications, Inc., a leading provider of advanced broadband semiconductor and software products for the digital home, will focus on three questions:

  • What will be the chief drivers of demand for higher data rates?
  • What new digital services in the home will be developed and become mainstream?
  • How have past data-rate increases been adopted to enable new services, and what is the projection for broadband beyond 200 Mbps?

Industry leaders participating in the panel with Tuncay Cil include:

  • Peter Vandenengel, Director of Customer Premise Equipment, Bell Canada
  • Sam Heidari, CEO, Quantenna Communications
  • Bob Tynan, Strategic PLM for Service Provider Video and Data CPE, Cisco
  • Thomas Engdahl, President and CEO, Magic Ruby
  • Lee Ratliff, Principal Analyst, Broadband and Digital Home, IHS iSuppli

The discussion will be moderated by Bill McDonald, director, carrier development and relations, Ikanos.

Who: Tuncay Cil, Senior Vice President, Business Development, ASSIA, Inc.

What: "Broadband Access Roundtable"

When
: January 10, 2013, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Where
: Wynn Las Vegas Resort Hotel

About Tuncay Cil
Tuncay Cil joined ASSIA in 2012 and leads new channel development and sales activities. He brings a track record of innovation and revenue growth in the consumer electronics, mobile Internet and over-the-top video related new ventures. Mr. Cil comes to ASSIA from AirTies Wireless Networks, where he led the Wireless Networking and IPTV business units. Under his leadership, the business segments achieved significant growth, won several exclusive industry awards, and established a profitable customer base in Europe. Prior to AirTies, Mr. Cil held general management roles in both global public technology companies and venture-backed start-ups. Mr. Cil has an MBA from Yale University, where he was a John M. Olin fellow, and a B.S. in physics from Bilkent University, where he was a National Science Council Scholar.

About ASSIA, Inc.
ASSIA, Inc. develops high-performance software tools that dramatically improve the speed and reach of DSL and Wi-Fi networks. Using Dynamic Spectrum Management (DSM), these platform-agnostic tools manage connections in real time to lower capital and operating expenses, increase revenue, and deliver new multimedia content to the broadband-enabled home. ASSIA has more than 65 million connections under contract worldwide and is backed by strategic investors, including AT&T, Mingly China Growth Fund, SFR Development, Sandalwood Partners, Sofinnova Partners, Stanford University, Swisscom Ventures, T-Ventures, and Telefonica. For more information, visit www.assia-inc.com.

ASSIA DSL Expresse and ASSIA Expresse Wi-Fi are registered trademarks of ASSIA, Inc.

"ASSIA" is an acronym for "adaptive spectrum and signal alignment."

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