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The Next Wave in Wireless Spells Opportunity for Channel Partners

Alastair Edwards  (Chief Analyst, Canalys)

Tony Eigen  (VP Global Marketing, Baicells Technologies)

David McCarthy  (Chief Technology Officer, Trendset)

Andy Germano  (VP of Business Development, BEC Technologies)

Mike Bradley  (Market Development Manager, CELLocity)

Location: Level 1 (Lower Level), Marco Polo 703

Date: Wednesday, March 13

Time: 10:45 am - 11:20 am

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Session Type: Conference Session

Track: Technology & Innovation Track

Vault Recording: TBD

We are at a pivotal point in history. The next wave of wireless connectivity will no longer be sold and serviced by ISPs and cellular carriers but, instead, by channel partners. Private Wireless is an emerging technology that delivers high-performance connectivity for enterprises that's reliable and secure. More importantly, it's a disruptive technology that democratizes both access to and the cost of cellular spectrum to empower virtually any organization to deploy and benefit from one of these networks. Best of all, Private Wireless is projected to be a huge growth market with a revenue projection of $96 billion by 2030. This growth is propelled by myriad use cases that include digital divide connectivity for low density areas, smart city initiatives, campus and building connectivity in education and fan experience at sports venues, as well as untethering to achieve operational efficiency in manufacturing plants, warehouses, railyards and more. This session will demonstrate why Private Wireless is the most compelling wave to catch among other emerging and disruptive technologies and unpack what's in it for channel partners.