TIA 2015 studio

All TIA 2015 studio Videos:

  • As people spend as much time in their cars as they do on the internet, the connected car space is transitioning very quickly. At the TIA 2015 Network of the Future conference, Russ Shields, the Chair of the ITU organized Collaboration on ITS Communications Standards explained why drivers are holding connected vehicle manufacturers to a higher standard.

  • Baker Hughes and EP Energy discuss what the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) means to process automation companies, OEMs and energy companies.

  • The U.S. Information Technology Office also referred to as USITO is mandated to help U.S. ICT companies in the China market. The President and Managing Director of USITO, Matt Roberts, tells TIA 2015 conference viewers that the double digit growth rates in China are driving U.S. ICT companies to take notice of the burgeoning user base in China.

  • Tal Bakish, CEO of VocalZoom is the winner of the TIA 2015 Startup Competition. VocalZoom is a noise reduction microphone that can detect a human voice with very little ambient noise. Voice recognition for cell phones, vehicles, headsets and motorcycle helmets will soon be fitted with this innovative sound recognition technology.

  • Traditional ways of protecting your data are no longer viable, said Stefan Jung, Head of Cloud Security at Ericsson. TIA NOW spoke with Jung at the TIA 2015 Conference in Dallas, TX. Jung spoke about the importance of authentication technologies without keys, to support the billions of devices expected ride on the network.

  • Joan Marsh, VP of Federal Regulatory Affairs at AT&T and Kathy Grillo, SVP of Federal Regulatory and Legal Affairs at Verizon tell TIA 2015 attendees that clarity and certainty is what they are striving for on the net neutrality issue.

  • Dell’s VP and Chief Research Officer, Jai Menon, tells the TIA 2015 attendees why industry should take full advantage of open networking. As we migrate to open networking and COTS hardware, vendors are finding new ways to differentiate themselves from their competitors.

  • Joining us now to discuss use cases in the IoT ecosystem is Fred Yentz, President and CEO of ILS Technology, a Telit Company. And joining him is Paul Wellman, CIO of Tennant Company.

  • Fred Moorefield, Director of Spectrum Policy & Programs at the Department of Defense CIO Office, discusses the record spectrum auction and the DoD's perspective on spectrum sharing.

  • Lixin Cheng, CEO, ZTE USA, sat down with TIA NOW at TIA 2015 to talk about investing in 5G technologies, protecting IP in the supply chain and implementing smart city solutions in China.

  • Experts from the State Department, Columbia University and Nearshore Americas discuss the evolution of the U.S. relationship with Cuba and Cuba's communications market.

  • RideScout CEO and Founder Joseph Kopser talks with TIA NOW about the fast-paced evolution of the transportation market and the "sharing economy."

  • With the population nearly doubling by 2050 in Texas, solving the problem of the demand for transportation service is what David Sparks is here to help solve. Sparks is the Senior Research Scientist at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute and joins us in the TIA 2015 studio to tell us about the Accelerate Texas program.

  • 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.

  • Join TIA NOW as they speak with FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn at TIA 2015. Clyburn spoke about some of her priorities as Commissioner and how that will impact industry and consumers.

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