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  • The inaugural US-China ICT roundtable event hosted by the United States Information Technology Office (USITO) is an important step to converging two of the leading nations in ICT technology. Join TIA NOW as they speak with Matt Roberts, Managing Director of USITO.

  • What is the public’s level of trust in government? What are the resulting implications for telecom policy and the tech industry? We explore these questions with Andrew Baumann, Vice President at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research.

  • At the Smart grid convention, GridWeek, TIA NOW spoke with George Arnold, the National Coordinator for Smart Grid Interoperability at NIST, about the challenges in Smart Grid development with cybersecurity, standards, technology and harmony within global systems.

  • Telcos are no longer the lone star actors on the telecommunications stage. As broadband gets faster and more robust, telcos try to find every viable and profitable avenue of revenue generation from a network that they built to support broadband today. What are some of the advantages telcos have in the market that they can leverage?

  • TIA will join the U.S. delegation for the World Conference on Information Telecommunications (WCIT) from December 3-14, 2012. Ambassador Terry Kramer will head the U.S. WCIT delegation and TIA was happy to welcome him for a preview of WCIT-2012.

  • Ambassador Terry Kramer, head of the U.S. WCIT delegation, speaks with TIA NOW about what we can expect at the conference and the best ways to respond to the adoption of proposals that may not be in the best interests of U.S. companies.

  • World Standards Day raises awareness among regulators, industry and consumers of standardization to the global economy. Join TIA NOW for a roundtable discussion with key figures at World Standards Day, including Steve Swanson, Manager of Standards Engineering at Corning.

  • Rural America is faced with unique challenges as millions of Americans are not connected to broadband. Join TIA NOW as they speak with Tom Ferree, President of Connected Nation.

  • This edition of “The List” will drill down the details of the impending Executive Order on cybersecurity by President Barack Obama. On the show to give us his perspective on what is truth and what is tale about the administration’s "EO" is Bob Dix, Vice President of Government Affairs & Critical Infrastructure Protection at Juniper Networks.

  • The FCC recently held a Developing With Accessibility (DevAcc) event to promote the concept and practice of developing applications with regard for generally-accepted accessibility guidelines, thereby maximizing their usability for everyone, including people with disabilities. TIA NOW spoke with three esteemed panelists on the new, innovative strides in accessibility.

  • TIA's 2012 CTO Council is an important link between the private sector and senior policymakers. Join TIA NOW for a sneak peak into the December 11th CTO Council meeting with council member Adam Drobot, Chairman of OpenTechWorks.

  • How do the 2012 presidential candidates stack up in tech? TIA NOW will give you a side-by-side comparison on issues in Trade, R&D, Tax Reform, Regulations, Spectrum, Cybersecurity and more.

  • The U.S. China Spectrum Roundtable, under the auspices of the U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade, is a workshop between the China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) and the U.S. Department of Commerce, organized by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA). TIA NOW is happy to welcome an industry pillar who helps facilitate global spectrum efficiency.

  • How will the telecom industry react to the outcome of the 2012 presidential elections on November 6th?

  • Spectrum auctions are in the news headlines but we in the industry know that the reallocation of spectrum bands via spectrum auctions will not be enough to sustain the growth of bandwidth requirements over the next few years.

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