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LTE Outlook North America_November 2012

US Cellular to extend LTE to 30 new markets

An additional 30 markets will soon be covered by LTE from U.S. Cellular

North American carrier US Cellular has announced that it will be bringing LTE to 30 new markets from Monday 5 November 2012.

Technology Development Group, US Cellular: “The wireless industry is one of the most innovative in the world”

Erik Neitzel, DMTS, Technology, Development Group, US Cellular

Erik Neitzel, DMTS, Technology, Development Group, US Cellular is speaking in the Spectrum Management track on Day Two of the LTE North America conference 2012, the premier networking event for the 4G LTE community, taking place on the 14-15th November 2012 in Dallas, Texas, the telecoms hub of the US. Ahead of the show, we speak with him about what US Cellular has been up to with regard to LTE and its plans for the future.

CEO, News360: “LTE is a tremendous opportunity for mobile devices to finally bridge the gap into the truly post-PC world.”

Roman Karachinsky, CEO, News360

Roman Karachinsky, CEO, News360 is speaking in the Innovative Services & Applications track on Day One of the LTE North America 2012 conference, taking place on the 14-15th November 2012 at the Fairmont Dallas Hotel, Texas. Ahead of the show we talk to him about how the how fast mobile network access is altering the landscape for content discovery and consumption.

CTO, Truphone: “We are acutely aware of the complexities of LTE wherever you go”

James Tagg, CTO, Truphone is speaking in the VoLTE track on Day Two of the LTE North America conference

James Tagg, CTO, Truphone is speaking in the VoLTE track on Day Two of the LTE North America conference 2012, taking place on the 14-15th November 2012 at the Fairmont Dallas Hotel, Texas. Ahead of the show we speak to him about how Truphone is disrupting the US cellular business.

VP product management, MetroPCS: “With RCS users will have a unified way to connect in real-time”

Solyman Ashrafi is vice president of product management at MetroPCS

Solyman Ashrafi is vice president of product management at MetroPCS and is on the LTE North America advisory board. He is speaking on the Voice over LTE track on Day Two of the LTE North America 2012 conference, taking place on the 14-15th November 2012 at the Fairmont Dallas Hotel, Texas. Ahead of the conference we speak to him about where MetroPCS is with its VoLTE deployment and what the challenges it expects to face in the future.

Stephen Bye, CTO, Sprint: “Our focus on the customer is paying dividends”

Stephen Bye, CTO and VP technology development, Sprint Nextel

Stephen Bye is the CTO and vice president of technology development & strategy for Sprint, the third largest carrier in the U.S. He is delivering the opening keynote on Day Two of the LTE North America 2012 conference taking place on the 14-15th November 2012 at the Fairmont Dallas Hotel, Texas. He gives us details on Sprint’s progress on LTE and how it continues to differentiate itself from its rivals.

Rebtel CEO: “Call quality is the key”

Andreas Bernström, CEO of VoIP company Rebtel

Andreas Bernström, CEO of VoIP company Rebtel, is speaking at the LTE North America conference taking place on the 14-15th November 2012 at the Fairmont Dallas Hotel, Texas. He explains what makes Rebtel stand out from the competition and how LTE will make a difference.

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