International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE), an annual event for communications technology professionals, offers a comprehensive education program for the communications technology industry. IWCE will celebrate its 40th anniversary when it takes place March 27–31, 2017 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

IWCE’s conference program offers over 100 sessions in a variety of formats, giving flexibility to build a schedule. The week of learning includes workshops, power sessions, short courses, multi-day training classes, and special events including keynote addresses, general sessions, and town hall meetings.

In addition, two keynote sessions will be held on Wednesday morning. The opening keynote will be presented by Dr. Preston Marshall, Technical Program Manager, Spectrum Access Technology, Google. Dr. Marshall will discuss the U.S. experience in deploying shared spectrum services in the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band and what it may warn for future wireless architectures and technology. Additionally, FirstNet leadership will provide a keynote address to update the IWCE audience on the nationwide public safety FirstNet network. 

Thursday’s General Session entitled “Everything is Changing – The Next Generation of Connectivity” will forecast what the future holds for communications technology including applications, devices, networks, technology, and connectivity. 

Town hall meetings are also free to attend and are where government and association partners will present their latest initiatives.

To register to attend, visit www.iwceexpo.com/register.

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