Released on: July 15, 2010, 03:42 am
Author: Lek Boonlert
The Zurich tourism industry is looking forward to an increasing number of visitors at the beginning of August for the International Conference on Computer Communication Networks.
Programmers, analysts, networking professionals, computer technicians and engineers will gather in Zurich for the ICCCN conference to be held at ETH Zurich on 2 to 5 August this year. The 2010 conference is the 18th in the annual series and is now a leading world event for innovative new ideas and advances in networking and computer communications.
The conference‘s aim is to promote scientific and technical innovations through sharing between researchers and practitioners with a common interest. To foster this aim, workshops are held on specific topics in which scientists, engineers and computer users can compare their experiences. Papers on design and implementation of new ideas will also be presented.
Early in the organisation of the 2010 event, submission was requested for papers on the challenges caused by the convergence of wired and wireless access systems and networks, focusing on performance evaluation tools, techniques and methodologies. A good response was obtained, and lively discussions are expected.
A world commercial and banking centre, Zurich is a popular city for business travellers, with mid to high range hotels often fully booked. The conference is set to attract a large number of participants needing hotels in Zurich near the facility. The best way to avoid disappointment is to book early online though.
Lek Boonlert, head of marketing at DirectRooms.com, comments, “Conference delegates are keen to book at nearby hotels to save time getting to the venue. Booking well in advance can meet this need.”
DirectRooms is an independent discount hotel reservations company based in Asia.
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