The Business of Infrastructure: Macro, Micro & Fiber:
Networks of tomorrow will be built differently than the networks of today, bringing together the power of compute and connectivity; wired and wireless; software and hardware. As a result, the business of the infrastructure asset owner is evolving, with new opportunities, new technologies and competitive threats. This series of sessions focus on business trends, expansion opportunities and new models emerging for the integrated digital infrastructure owner/operator.
RAN to EDGE Innovation
Innovation is booming in the Radio Access Network all the way out to the Edge of the network – be that a device, a vehicle, an enterprise or a building. From open-source software to hardware to antenna technology and spectrum sharing, this series of sessions is focus on the network itself and the innovation driving a new era in high-capacity indoor and outdoor wireless connectivity.
Site Services & Solutions
5G networks cannot be developed, optimized and managed utilizing 2G tools. As networks continue towards smaller, denser, software-enabled technology, the imperative grows for new approaches to the art and science of site enablement. This series of sessions highlights the leading platforms that are emerging to automate, expediate and speed the time to market for 5G sites.
Enterprises, Integrators & Property Owners
Unlike previous wireless generations that were almost entirely driven by consumer adoption, the 5G market is designed to be an early entry point for the enterprise community. Next-gen wireless — including 5G, CBRS, Wi-Fi 6 – have the potential to provide competitive advantage, unlock the power of other emerging technologies, and transform organizations as well as industry. This series of sessions provide insight and expertise to the enterprise community – and their key suppliers such as integrators and commercial landlords – into the how and why to adopt advanced connectivity solutions.
Rural Connectivity: Carriers, Governments & Schools
The COVID pandemic has made clear the deficiencies in rural broadband connectivity. And yet, the emergence of OpenRAN, CBRS, Private LTE and other solutions, has created new opportunities for more than the traditional carrier to meet the needs of rural and underserved communities. Schools, governments, non-profits, utilities and commercial enterprises – as well as the traditional WiSP – will deliver connectivity services. This series of sessions covers the technology options, business cases, funding sources and best practices to meet this important constituency with next generation broadband services.
Capital, Finance & Investors
The increasing demand for bandwidth offers new investment, acquisition and merger opportunities for all subsectors of the digital infrastructure community. This Series of Sessions is designed to bring the investment community together with infrastructure owners in a new, wider perspective of digital, connected and data rich infrastructure — enabled by optical fiber networks, vertical communications real estate (towers, rooftops, satellite, mobile platforms); edge computing, data centers, small cells, and more.
Policy & Regulation
This series of panel sessions allows your executive team to stay up to date on matters of policy and legislation that impact digital infrastructure from the Federal and State perspective. Leading policy experts from The Hill discuss the latest news from Washington and offer insight from the behind the scenes rulemaking that pertain to 5G infrastructure deployment from a national as well as local perspective.
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