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Kodiak: ComFish is the largest commercial fishing show in Alaska and the longest running fisheries trade show in the state, now in its 40th year, bringing together gear vendors, government agencies, and nonprofits involved in every aspect of commercial fishing.
In past generations of mobile technology, telecom operators have often favored bids from the gear vendors that already supply them because it simplifies the upgrades and reduces costs.
These patents are sparking discussions with device makers, telecom carriers, cable companies, gear vendors and other potential business partners interested in licensing our technology—thanks to the inspiration and hard work of the PoKos team.”
"That time is upon us -- right now, right here, for this year and at least the next many years," he told the audience of operators, telecoms gear vendors, and observers of an industry that generally views Google with suspicion.
Though the current economic climate and flat IT budgets have had an adverse effect on the fortunes of networking gear vendors, Juniper seems to have emerged unscathed.
Equipment and gear vendors said displaying their wares at the show can boost sales, maybe not on the spot, but in the weeks and sometimes even months following the conference.