The Northeast DAS and Small Cell Association’s (NEDAS) Third Annual Spring In-Building Wireless Summit brings together leading industry executives, vendors, service providers and end-users for learning, sharing, collaborating and presentations on cutting-edge DAS, Wi-Fi, and small cell technology solutions. The Third Annual Spring 2015 Summit takes place March 31, 2015 in New York City. Industry executives, providers, end-users, IT managers, network engineers, architects, vendors and more attend and take part in pre-event training sessions and panel discussions that explore the evolving landscape of in-building wireless solutions and technologies. This event explores through a collaborative and open environment solutions that will support the convergence of wireline and wireless technologies inherent in today’s hybrid wireless systems (a.k.a. heterogeneous networks).
Embracing the Future of DAS and Small Cells:
With the growing demand of enterprises requiring always on, always accessible content, Mobile Experts see the in-building wireless industry as a $55 Billion opportunity. In-building wireless solutions enable a ubiquitous mobile experience from nearly any device. According to iGR, spending for DAS in the U.S. will total $29.5 billion over the next 5 years. This expected growth and fervent demand for ubiquitous wireless coverage from any building, anywhere, is driving new business opportunities that will re-shape today’s mobile infrastructure. The NEDAS Third Annual Spring In-Building Wireless Summit will explore the surge in demand for ubiquitous wireless access and the new business models, technologies and network designs that are enabling communications within buildings, arenas, stadiums, hospitals, casinos, high-rises, universities, campus environments, municipalities and more.
Imagine a world without interference, where access to any type of IP-enabled device is available no matter how far down in the ground you are or how many people you’re surrounded by. Imagine this experience is the same, if not better, than if you were directly connected to a high-speed Internet connection from your high-speed desktop computer. There’s no longer time in the day wasted on troubleshooting, problem solving, re-booting, or re-loading. This is the world we want to help create by fostering creative thinking, open discussions and introducing new technologies and designs that will shape a better future for communications.
Why Should You Attend?
More than 250 attendees will converge at the Third Annual Spring 2015 Summit in New York. Pre-conference programming will provide deep dive training sessions on a variety of technologies while day-of participants will enjoy panel discussions, educational seminars and vast networking opportunities. Panel sessions are carefully selected to bring cutting-edge content that will foster creative thinking, problem-solving and solution implementations for a wide-variety of in-building wireless and municipality needs. Throughout the day, breaks provide attendees opportunities to network among table-top exhibitors, enjoy light refreshments and discuss business opportunities. The in-building wireless summit is designed to encourage and educate attendees about the challenges, trends and concerns associated with adopting in-building solutions and to present a variety of avenues for attendees to explore how they can leverage these technologies to serve the needs of end-users each day. Be among the Northeast region’s in-building wireless community experts to learn, discover and find products and services to support the exploding demand that continues to drive communication network solutions indoors.
Who Should Attend?
The Third Annual Spring 2015 Summit is one of the largest congregations of in-building wireless and heterogeneous network professionals and end-users. Attendees receive first-class access to content, leading-companies, cutting-edge solutions and information to solve key in-building wireless issues. The NEDAS Spring Wireless Summit is where telecom and technology architects, real estate owners and managers, government and city officials, arena and stadium infrastructure managers, consulting engineers, public safety officials, builders, health care technology officers, university information officials, wireless carriers, and telecommunications vendors come together to expand their knowledge as well as network with colleagues throughout the industry.
What Can You Expect?
Pre-event training sessions are followed by a full day of moderated, thought-provoking panels comprised of a cross-section of functional roles involved with implementing hybrid wireless systems. Participants will discuss case studies involving the Return on Investment (ROI) of DAS and small cell network deployments; Request for Proposal (RFP) guidelines, Challenge resolution, Planning Advice, as well as implementation solutions for municipalities and public works projects; The new network design and the role of data centers in the HetNet ecosystem; solutions for deploying technology to enable residential high-rise communications; and more.
Following our series of educational sessions, a meet and greet networking cocktail event provides the perfect opportunity to share thoughts and insights and develop a collaborative ideas with fellow attendees and industry experts.
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