By: Jennifer Handshew, Executive Vice President, Media Relations, iMiller Public Relations
April 3, 2014
Can you walk away from an event with more than just leads? Absolutely! The Northeast DAS & Small Cell Association (NEDAS) recent NYC event, “HetNet’s Race to Connect”, proved this.
Featuring more than 19 industry speakers, the event’s attendees discussed and debated with their peers on hot topics affecting the DAS + Small Cell industry today, including:
- 5G and Beyond;
- Small Cell Deployment;
- Carrier Coordination;
- Small Cell and DAS Implementation Case Studies; and
- Understanding how to Meet Customer Expectations and Prepare for Tomorrow’s Demands
With carriers, service providers and end-users in attendance, attendees walked away with information they could immediately utilize. From learning how to deploy small cells, the ins and outs of how to deploy small cells on large properties, to how to best coordinate with carriers including AT&T, Sprint and Verizon, attendees were able to listen and learn about use cases and successful case studies on deployments for the Super Bowl as well as in hospital environments, in addition to learning how to future-proof their DAS systems.
Event speakers included: Ezra Hug, Commercial Real Estate, AT&T; Tom Chamberlain, NE Sales Manager, ADRF; Aaron Blazar, VP of Atlantic ACM; Neil Manning, VP, Corning; Doug Wiest, EVP of Wireless Services, EdgeConneX; Joe Mullin, CTO, InSite; Art Meierdirk, Sr. Director of Business Services, INOC; James Zik, Product Director, PCTEL; Jeffery Moerdler, Partner, Mintz & Levin; Simon Saunders, Independent Wireless Expert at Real Wireless; Dennis Rigney, VP Sales, SOLiD; Greg Najjar, Director of Network Engineering, Sprint; Douglas Fishman, Director of DAS Design & Implementation, SQUAN; Ed Donelan, President, Telecom Wiring; Roger Kim, Director of Carrier Solutions, Time Warner Cable Business Class; and Jeff Thompson, CEO, Towerstream.
Northeast DAS + Small Cell Association (NEDAS) is a grassroots wireless telecom association whose mission is to create a positive, nonpartisan and invigorating environment in which local industry professionals can learn, discuss, debate, socialize, collaborate with their peers, and encourage networking, public outreach and education about the DAS + Small Cell industry.
If you are interested in learning more about NEDAS or want to attend its upcoming Boston Social on July 16, go to http://www.northeastdas.com/.
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