On March 22, individuals with a vested interest in the reliability, affordability, and innovative uses of mobile Internet connectivity, will gather at the Dynamic Spectrum Sharing Summit + Demo at the Las Vegas Convention Center to discuss new models for spectrum utilization.

The event will be held in conjunction with IWCE 2016, which is scheduled to take place March 21-25, 2016.

The Dynamic Spectrum Sharing Summit + Demo will feature new models for spectrum utilization. It will focus on business models, enabling technologies, and regulatory challenges to a more flexible spectrum ecosystem that preserves the spectrum licensing system and provides for innovative uses and utilization of spectrum for mobile communications, services, and applications.

Dr. William Chappell, Director, Micro Technology Office, DARPA will deliver the keynote presentation on "The Approaching Spectrum Demand."

The conference program will include sessions on sharing spectrum and dynamic access for mission-critical networks, alternative carriers and MVNOs, commercializing the 3.5Ghz CBRS band; and enterprise and IoT opportunities, delivered by industry leaders including:

  • Declan Ganley, CEO, Rivada Networks
  • Juan Santiago, Director of Product Management, Small Cells, Ruckus Wireless
  • Declan Byrne, Executive Director, Wimax Forum
  • Preston Marshall, Ph.D., Principal Wireless Architect, Spectrum Access Technology, Google

To register to attend the Dynamic Spectrum Sharing Summit + Demo, visit iwceexpo.com/register.

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