Where Infrastructure Meets Everything
MAY 21-24 | CHARLOTTE, NC
Opportunities at the Edge: Co-locating virtualized servers with radio equipment creates new business opportunities for tower owners and operators, allowing novel partnerships with hyper-scale cloud providers and Internet services vendors.
Critical for dense urban connectivity, small cells and millimeter wave backhaul, rooftops are a key component of a 5G environment with increasing traffic from video, cloud-services and edge computing.
More than planning for capacity, high-traffic public venues require dense networks, gigabit backhaul and multi-operator connectivity – a perfect wave in neutral host networks supported with gigabit fiber, private LTE and and WiFi.
Densification is more than small cells or DAS or Wi-Fi. The demand to carry more traffic, to more device types, with more reliability and lower latency creates the need for networks with higher density of RAN access points. Who is impacted? Site owners, municipal leaders, public safety agencies, mobile carriers and new entrants.
Autonomous Vehicles and Vehicle-to-Everything connectivity is changing the nature of transportation. Connected Vehicle technologies requires updated network infrastructure and improved network connectivity. What does that mean for cities? For network operators? For infrastructure owners and partners?
80% of traffic comes from devices located indoors. Gigabit connectivity to the building and in-building is a must for commercial property owners. Are commercial buildings the next wave in neutral host networks and Private LTE networks?
A ground-breaking event that convenes the buyers and sellers of connectivity solutions, and showcases the innovative technology, underlying infrastructure, and partner ecosystem driving the future of communications.
Make plans today to participate in the Supplier Diversity Summit at the 2018 Connectivity Expo. The Supplier Diversity Summit was developed to connect a more diverse group of businesses to major wireless companies and to facilitate productive discussions focused on the role diversity plays in the wireless infrastructure industry. Representatives from minority-owned companies have the opportunity to meet with key players in the wireless industry during the afternoon of Wednesday, May 23.
We are entering an exciting transformation where network connectivity impacts all industries and organizations – consumer, commercial, industrial and governmental.
Connect (X) focuses on the business of connectivity – and provides the platform for your brand to reach, influence, interact with and impact executives and leadership from a wide range of business sectors.
Experience the value of face-to-face meetings with attendees to build client relationships and expand your customer reach. With nearly 3,000 thought leaders and industry innovators, and 100+ exhibitors, take advantage of the highest quality, most targeted buying audience in the connectivity industry—where 85% of attendees have purchasing influence of direct decision-making power over the kind of products you sell.