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All Spectrum Videos:

  • Can the U.S. maintain its place as a leader in the global race to 5G? Will the FCC and Congress streamline the process of network infrastructure deployments? What disruptive business models will emerge because of 5G? Nokia's EVP and President of North America Rick Corker speaks with TIA CEO Wes Johnston about the near future of the journey to 5G.

  • Sprint and T-Mobile recently announced plans to merge into one company as a way to help them keep up with the race to 5G. But will federal regulators go along? Jason Leigh, Senior Research Analyst for Mobility at IDC, joins TIA NOW to talk about their spectrum positions and what comes next.

  • TIA’s Network of the Future conference provides attendees an avenue to explore a wide-range of perspectives that center on the essential infrastructure foundations needed for advancing connectivity and economic opportunity across every industry and every market. You don’t want to miss this. Join us June 5-8 in Plano, TX. Register today at networkofthefuture.org.

  • The race to 5G is on, but when and where will we see 5G first deployed in the United States? How critical will prioritization be to developing the first phase of 5G? Ron Marquardt, Sprint’s VP of Technology, joins us to discuss how the company plans to sprint to a first-place win.

  • What is the status of autonomous vehicles? What are the barriers to full AV deployment and how will the transition to 5G impact development? Experts from the automotive and technology sectors discuss the future of AV, and the next steps in development of this multi-industry disruptor.

  • IoT holds the promise to transform nearly every aspect of modern business, and bring efficiencies to our everyday lives. This TIA lunch and learn featuring policy leaders from AT&T, Nokia, Qualcomm, NTIA and more explore policies that reduce challenges to wireless broadband infrastructure deployment - and how public-private sector partnerships and other regulatory and legislative initiatives can help spur investment in IoT technologies and applications to enable smarter, safer and more efficient connected communities.

  • Mary Brown, Senior Director of Government Affairs at Cisco Systems and Dileep Srihari, Director of Legislative and Government Affairs at TIA, discuss how the Spectrum Act helped to re-shape America’s spectrum policy by shifting vital spectrum from television broadcast to mobile use, enabling our country to meet consumers’ increasing demands for ubiquitous mobile connectivity and access to high-speed data.

  • Brian Hendricks, Head of Policy and Government Relations for the America’s Region at Nokia talks with TIA’s Dileep Srihari about the FirstNet and Public Safety aspects of the Spectrum Act, offering an introduction to what the law did, where things stand today, plus some interesting perspectives five years later.

  • As the FCC and industry expects the first 5G networks to go live in 2020, there's a lot of ground to cover from a technology and policy perspective. Here to give us their response to the FCC's rulemaking on millimeter wave spectrum are policy leaders from Intel, Nokia and Samsung Networks.

  • Steve Sifferman, President and CEO of Tarana Wireless talks about 5G obstacles in the higher spectrum bands. Sifferman talks further about lower spectrum bands to support a host of 5G supported applications. Sifferman tells TIA NOW what industry can expect from 5G technologies over the next 3 years.

  • In this discussion following their keynote panel at TIA 2016, service providers discuss the FCC's role in broadband infrastructure investment, addressing IoT from a public policy perspective and 5G spectrum policy and rollout. Joining us from the Dell TIA NOW Studio are Craig Silliman, EVP of Public Policy and General Counsel at Verizon, and Jim Cicconi, Senior EVP of External and Legislative Affairs at AT&T, and David Cohen, Senior EVP at Comcast.

  • FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel mapped out her five point plan for next generation technologies, as she delivered a keynote address at the TIA 2016 Network of the Future Conference in Dallas, TX. Rosenworcel pointed out in the plan the need for higher bands of spectrum, unlicensed spectrum usage, experimental technologies and the need for wired networks.

  • FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel talks about her five point plan for next generation networking technologies, from the Dell TIA NOW studio at the TIA 2016 Network of the Future Conference. The plan includes a focus on future FCC rulings, low band spectrum, unlicensed spectrum, experimental licenses and the importance of wired networks.

  • David Heard, Technology Executive, Industry Expert and Vice Chairman at TIA, spoke with TIA NOW about the new verticals, applications and use cases that are enabled by robust telecom networks.

  • Howard Symons, Vice Chair of the Incentive Auction Task Force at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), explains the mechanics of the impending incentive auction for broadcast spectrum, to be then later sold to wireless carriers. Mock auctions for spectrum bidders is the norm, according to Symons, but due to the novelty of this year’s incentive auction, the FCC will be hosting a practice auction for spectrum bidders.

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