AGENDA

JANUARY 22-24 Simulation of Communications Networks. San Diego. This event is part of the George Washington University Continuing Engineering Education Program. There is a fee of $975. Call the registrar at (800) 424-9773 or (202) 994-5288.

29-Feb. 1 ComNet '96. Renaissance Washington, D.C., Hotel. Washington, D.C. This conference features tutorials on key technologies, hands-on classes, demonstrations, new product evaluations and keynote speakers. The event is organized by Mitch Hall Associates. Call Mary Kindel at (617) 440-2718; fax (617) 440-0357.

FEBRUARY

6-7 The Communications Business and Finance Conference—Financial and Investment Intelligence on the Converging Telecom, Cable TV and Multimedia Business. Sheraton Towers. New York. This conference is sponsored by Business Research Publications Inc. and Furman-Selz. The keynote speaker is MCI founder Jack Goeken, chairman and CEO of the Goeken Group. For more information or registration, call (800) 822-MEET or (202) 842-3022 ext. 317.

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Please fax Agenda notices to Wendy McClure at (703) 876-5126 or send them by e-mail to wendy@fcw.com.

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