Dallas, Texas, USA, 8 November 2012 – The premium networking event for the North American 4G LTE community, LTE North America, is experiencing record pre-show visitor registrations and exhibitor figures, hitting close to 900, as the industry, its leaders and influencers turn their attention towards the opening day on 14 November.
Senior technology architect at Telus: “Operators should look towards policy management solutions to ensure subscribers get a consistent QoE”
Ricky Gill, senior technology architect at Telus is speaking in the “Handling the Mobile Data Explosion” track on Day Two of the LTE North America conference, taking place on the 21st-22nd November 2013, in Dallas, Texas, USA.
Last week, LTE North America reaffirmed itself as North America’s premier networking event for the 4G community as it welcomed a record-breaking 1,000 visitors at the Fairmont Dallas Hotel, a 66% growth in attendees since 2011. Renowned for attracting a high quality audience, LTE North America once again drew great interest from the mobile carrier community [...]
Test and Measurement may not be the glitziest aspect of the industry, but it’s an essential part of a networks role to ensure that devices work as expected before they are unleashed onto the networks. Here we bring you a preview of the LTE North America 2011 Awards category that celebrates this dedication to detail: Best Network/Device Testing Product for LTE.
With the LTE North America conference taking place on the 8-9 November 2011 at the Fairmont Dallas Hotel in Dallas, Texas, USA, we managed to catch up with Anthony Lacavera, chairman of WIND Mobile, who speaks about the challenges of launching an LTE network in a competitive market.
With the LTE North America conference just two weeks away, we catch up with Emil Olbrich, lead project engineer at the National Institute of Standards and Technology on the work that is being done to create a Public Safety network based on LTE.
The LTE North America awards 2011 are taking place on the 8th November 2011 at the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas, Texas, USA. The awards celebrate the innovation and excellence in that has taken place over the past 12 months in the LTE industry and features 60 nominees across 9 categories.
In the lead up to the awards, we are featuring close looks at each of the companies shortlisted and here we bring you a preview of the category: Significant Progress for a Commercial Launch of LTE by a carrier – 2010/11.
When the major incumbents in a given market announce that they are to launch a new technology, it’s really no more than you would expect. However, when the smaller operators begin to plan their next generation technology roll outs, you know that the industry is on its way to maturity. This is certainly the case for LTE, which has full backing from Cricket Communications, the consumer facing brand of Leap Wireless. Ahead of his attendance as a panel speaker on Day One of the LTE North America conference, we speak to Bill Ingram, SVP of Strategy, Cricket Communications, to gain some insight into his Cricket’s strategy around LTE.
TeliaSonera gained headlines in 2009 for being one of the first to deploy LTE in its home regions of Sweden and Norway. Ahead of the LTE North America 2011 conference, taking place on the 8-9 November 2011 at the Fairmont Dallas Hotel in Dallas, Texas, USA, we see what advice Tommy Ljunggren, SVP and head of system development, mobility services at TeliaSonera has for his US counterparts – and also get his views of how important Apple is to the LTE industry.
The LTE North America Awards 2011 take place in just three weeks time on the 8th November 2011 at the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas. Drawn from a pool of 60 nominees the awards are designed to celebrate the innovation and excellence in LTE that has taken place over the past 12 months.
The LTE North America Awards 2011 are designed to celebrate the innovation and excellence in LTE that has taken place over the past 12 months, taking in 60 nominees across 10 categories. In the lead up to the awards, which will take place on November 8 2011 at the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas, Texas, USA, we are today taking a look at Category 2 – the Best Contribution to LTE Standards.
Steven K. Berry is President & CEO of the Rural Cellular Association (RCA), and is speaking on Day 2 of the LTE North America conference. We quiz him on the function of the RCA and find out his thoughts on Verizon’s Rural America Programme and the proposed AT&T/T-Mobile venture.