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  • Dell’s moniker for Mobile World Congress 2016 is “ Connect What Matters,” and for good reason. Connecting M2M industrial devices has quickly advanced into critical applications in smart cities, connecting infrastructures like bridges and dams. But now there are new solutions in the smart city that are benefiting from IoT technologies and a new technology called edge computing.

  • Gary Bolton, VP of Global Marketing at ADTRAN, tells TIA NOW why we need gigabit network speeds, not only for densified urban areas, but also for small towns.

  • The demand for data will drive spending over the next four years and industry will continue to invest in infrastructure to accommodate this growth in data traffic. This, among other growing trends, is in TIA’s 2015 Market Review and Forecast released in June on TIAonline.org.

  • Joseph Kopser, CEO and Co-Founder, RideScout talks to the TIA 2015 audience about evolution of the transportation and how the sharing economy will change the technology industry. Kopser says mobility will be critical to the success of the sharing economy.

  • Fred Moorefield, Director of Spectrum Policy and Programs at the Department of Defense, Office of the CIO, speaks at the TIA 2015 Network of the Future Conference. He spoke about how, through public and private partnerships, today’s spectrum limits can be tomorrow's spectrum opportunities as spectrum sharing policies evolve through a culture of trust.

  • When governments look at how to adopt Smart City solutions, the path to adoption is not clear-cut. Every city has its own unique needs based upon the regional geography, population demographics and the composition of the local economy. The communications industry is in a unique position to assist governments to overcome the challenges of urbanization and address the current and future well-being of metropolitan populations.

  • The Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa is a premiere location in the Las Vegas area and requires first class cellular service for their customers. So how do you upgrade an existing cellular infrastructure without disrupting the hotel guests?

  • How do you aggregate disparate inventory platforms to move customers to the next generation of inventory management? Power & Tel's PTMI inventory management system helps their clients ensure that critical spares are available when they want it, when they need it, and delivered flawlessly.

  • As nationwide hospitals evolve from primarily inpatient care to an outpatient focus, communications technologies including IT and cellular systems become the nervous center of the hospital.

  • In President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address, he focused on the importance of broadband, increased cybersecurity, expanding markets and fostering competition. TIA’s CEO, Scott Belcher, recognizes these positive steps forward, but makes a rebuttal to the President’s support of the reclassification of broadband as a Title II utility.

  • What are TIA’s solution sets and how are they delivering value through markets, technology and policy? John Jacobs, Vice President of Membership, Market Development and Industry Relations at TIA says solution sets are important to apply to our businesses as our industry continues to change and evolve.

  • The FCC is currently considering proposed Net Neutrality rules intended to ensure the Internet remains open, focusing prominently on the Future of Video. Generating over a million comments to the FCC, few recent communications policy issues have generated such broad public scrutiny. Join TIA as we explore and clarify the issues at a Luncheon Roundtable.

  • Tom Stanton, Chairman and CEO of ADTRAN and also Chairman of the Board for the Telecommunications Industry Association, tells TIA NOW what’s ahead for the industry and what’s in store for TIA.

  • Gary Bolton, VP of Global Marketing at ADTRAN, tells TIA NOW what’s on the minds of service providers as cost and network automation continue to be a focus by industry.

  • Globally, fixed and mobile operators continue to be challenged to deliver massive increases in capacity and coverage to service the broadband needs of mobile and residential consumers as well as businesses, who are demanding higher bandwidth services.

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