Wednesday; 10/17/18 – Thursday; 10/18/18
Dallas, TX – 5G is arriving this year, but it’s just a tiny part of a much bigger story. Although 5G will likely dominate the conversation in the wireless industry in 2018, the next-generation wireless networks of tomorrow are poised for a much more massive and meaningful evolution. The wireless networks of the future – those that operators, vendors and others are formulating in today’s labs – likely will stretch across new fiber connections underpinned by new, distributed architectures powered by edge computing. Those networks will likely support the newest transmission technologies, from massive MIMO to LAA, while running on spectrum bands considered untenable just a few years ago. Perhaps most importantly, those networks will likely feature modular components supplied by a variety of new and existing vendors, assembled through virtualized, software-powered platforms.
Monday; 11/5/18 – Wednesday; 11/7/18
Designed for ISPs large and small across the country, the 2018 Canadian ISP Summit will allow attendees to address the challenges and opportunities of the current business environment.
There will be keynote speeches, general session presentations, lightning talks and general session panels. Representatives from various ILECs, carriers, industry and hardware vendors will also be on hand to help you answer questions regarding sales opportunities. The conference will also provide a unique opportunity for service providers to network with each other and talk to industry leader technology vendors.
Tuesday; 11/13/18 – Friday; 11/16/18
Sacramento, CA – CETPA is the only association in California focusing on the needs of the IT Professionals working in schools. The Conference continues to grow and improve to become the best professional learning opportunity for those hoping to learn more about the effective use of technology in schools and how to support it successfully.
Attendees of this conference support all facets of IT including CTOs and Directors of Technology, Network Managers and Engineers, Data Base Administrators, Support, and Technicians. We also attract the Classroom Teacher, Administrators, and District and County Superintendents. All of these groups converge to share ideas and information and find out the latest, best technology tools to help improve teaching, learning and administration.
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