ARLINGTON, Va.--(2012 Wireless Infrastructure Show, beginning Tuesday, October 2 at the Peabody Orlando.)--Wireless industry leaders and innovators including DISH Network Co-Founder and Chairman Charles W. Ergen and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Julius Genachowski will gather to discuss the “data crunch” impacting wireless networks at the
The Wireless Infrastructure Show is the industry’s premier event focusing on mobile infrastructure for 4G and beyond. The three-day conference and trade show draws telecom and technology executives, policy-makers, financial analysts and national media for unparalleled education, business development and networking.
Ergen will discuss DISH's wireless plans during his October 3 keynote. Following Ergen’s address, PCIA - The Wireless Infrastructure Association President & Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Adelstein, a former FCC Commissioner and Administrator of U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Utilities Service, will host a special Q&A with FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski. Bob Friday, Chief Technology Officer of Cisco's Wireless Networking Business Unit Network Services Technology Group and AT&T Vice President, Antenna Solutions Group, Chad Townes will deliver keynotes on Tuesday, October 2.
A broad array of capacity solutions and network management innovations will be on display in the exhibit hall. Leading infrastructure providers, systems integrators and equipment manufacturers will offer hands-on demonstrations and information about emerging products and services. For the first time, the exhibition hall will feature a Small Cell Pavilion, showcasing the latest trends in small cell network components, testing, measurement and more.
Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) will also be highlighted during the pre-conference DAS in Action: Orlando event, an intensive six-hour program of expert panels, a case study and tour of Orlando’s Amway Center, home to the Orlando Magic and the 2012 NBA All-Star Game. Sessions include LTE and DAS, DAS in the enterprise and best practices for DAS integration.
To register or to learn more about the 2012 Wireless Infrastructure Show, visit www.wirelessinfrastructureshow.com. Members of the media and analyst community receive a complimentary “all access” pass to the exhibit hall, keynote presentations and general sessions. Credentials are required. Please contact Caitlin Colligan (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register.