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COO of Fon, Enrique Farfan, shares his company’s successes in 2016, what they’re looking forward to in 2017, and why he believes the Wireless Global Congress is a great event.
Benoit Fleury, VP Product Line Management at iBwave, discusses the company’s successes in 2016, what to expect in 2017, and why iBwave’s WBA membership has been beneficial.
One year after speaking with us at the 2015 Wireless Global Congress in San Jose, we sat down with Al Jenkins again at the 2016 event. Al discussed the launch of LinkNYC, what the future holds for NYC’s Connected City vision, and why the Connected City Advisory Board is an important initiative.
San Jose CIO Rob Lloyd sat down with us at the 2016 Wireless Global Congress. Rob discusses the city’s Connected City vision, the challenges its faced, and why its happy to host the Congress for a second time.
With over 25 years in the wireless industry, and now a professor at UCLA Anderson School of Management, Terry Kramer sat down with us to share his thoughts on the outlooks up to and beyond 2020, as well as what he feels are the biggest challenges facing companies in the ecosystem today.
At the 2016 Wireless Global Congress in San Jose, Brian Metzger, VP of Global Marketing at Nominum, sat down with us to talk about the role DNS plays in monetizing Wi-Fi and what 2017 has in store for the company.
We caught up with WBA Board Member Cedric Gonin at the 2016 Wireless Global Congress in San Jose. Cedric shared his thoughts on Coexistence and Convergence, and discussed what Orange has in store for Congress attendees who visit the new Innovation Lounge.
Different cities, common problems. In this panel, we will be discussing global policy challenges of delivering connectivity in cities and regions. From the Wireless Global Congress, Liverpool, June 2016.
What is the wireless landscape going to be in 2020? And how can policy makers, spectrum planning and industry work more closer together to support wireless innovation? From the Wireless Global Congress, Liverpool, 2016.