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Chiavenna

(kyävān`nä), town (1991 pop. 7,365), Lombardy, N Italy. It is a commercial center and transportation junction. Historically a strategic point, it commands both the Splügen and Maloja passes between Italy and Switzerland.
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This one-day event is curated by Greentech Media CEO Scott Clavenna along with Black Coral Capital Partner Rob Day, and will take place at the SRI International Headquarters in Menlo Park, CA on September 12, 2013.
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In under a year we have quickly become the go-to source for information on green technology trends," said Scott Clavenna, President and CEO of Greentech Media.
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The vendor who can offer the simplest upgrade scenario -- without sacrificing performance or distance -- is going to be the most attractive to carriers," said Scott Clavenna, president of PointEast Research.
As renewable energy technologies progress and become a greater source of power for Americans, this integration with the smart grid will become increasingly important," said Scott Clavenna, CEO of Greentech Media.
2012 saw significant shifts in how these markets will evolve through policy reforms and technology innovations," said Scott Clavenna, CEO and Co-Founder of Greentech Media.
Launched this week, Greentech Media was founded by Scott Clavenna and Rick Thompson, both from Light Reading, the world's largest telecom-industry media company.
ADVA's FSP 1000 small-form factor and industry-standard interfaces allow carriers to quickly and simply transport value-added data services from customer premises into the carrier network," stated Scott Clavenna, President at PointEast Research.
Clearly, our ability to achieve this goal requires an extraordinary degree of knowledge sharing and collaboration amongst stakeholders," said Scott Clavenna, chief executive officer of Greentech Media.