February 21, 2014
The Northeast DAS and Small Cell Association recently announced its upcoming Spring Conference in New York City, taking place April 1, 2014 at the Convene Midtown East located at 730 Third Avenue. Entitled ‘HetNet’s Race to Connect,’ the In-building Wireless Summit is designed to encourage and educate attendees about the challenges, trends and concerns associated with adopting in-building solutions.
Educational panel discussions will address world insights and solutions to implementing hybrid wireless systems (heterogeneous networks, or HetNet) in order to meet today’s wireless and wireline converging communications needs. As the wireless market grows, carriers and network providers are increasingly turning towards DAS and Small Cell deployments to satisfy their customer needs for enhanced service delivery.
Over 300 expected attendees will have the opportunity to attend informational sessions led by industry thought-leaders such as Prasad Ravi of INOC; Leslie Snyder of Snyder & Snyder, LLP; Douglas Fishman of SQUAN; Ezra Hug of AT&T; Tom Chamberlain of ADRF Technologies; and many more. The educational panels will address prominent industry challenges, innovations and trends including 5G wireless solutions and carrier coordination, as well as case studies on implementing Small Cell solutions for public safety and network management. ‘HetNet’s Race to Connect’ will also feature Lightning Talks that cover ‘In-Building Solutions’, ‘Future-proofing DAS Systems’ and ‘Wiring Up for the Super Bowl’.
New to the New York event are two training sessions. The first, hosted by Tessco, will take an in-depth look into Small Cell deployments, common concerns and industry best practices for setup and maintenance. The second session, hosted by Anritsu, will examine how to correctly deploy, test and monitor DAS networks to better meet current customer expectations and anticipate future demand.
As the need for reliable, cost-efficient and data-heavy services grows, DAS and Small Cell professionals will need to refine their approach to meet the upcoming demands and new requirements. The NEDAS event is designed to specifically address these future obstacles, providing attendees with industry best practices proven to help professionals properly plan, implement and manage DAS and Small Cell technologies to meet growing end-user demand.
To register for NEDAS’ In-building Wireless Summit, click here.
Limited sponsorships and few tabletop exhibit opportunities are still available; email@example.com for more information.
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