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    What will define 5G is coming into focus. The need for an effective standards process, that will represent the varied stakeholders, is critical. TIA NOW discusses this process and shows a working demo of 3 future capabilities of 5G.

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  • The days of “one size fits all” are over. Network transformation solutions that don’t disrupt your business flow and allow you the flexibility in your transition are what GENBAND provides.

  • New products and services in the marketplace opens up new vertical segments for the industry, but are we ready for the tidal wave of content that our consumer culture demands?

  • Standards shapes the ICT industry and TIA continues to facilitate global standards.

  • TIA NOW covers the TIA 2012 Event from soup to nuts. TIA NOW anchor gives a brief synopsis of the highlights at TIA 2012: Inside the Network in Dallas, TX.

  • Randall Stephenson, Chairman and CEO of AT&T Inc., delivers the opening keynote address at TIA 2012: Inside the Network in Dallas, Texas.

  • Randall Stephenson, Chairman and CEO of AT&T Inc., spoke with TIA following his opening keynote address at TIA 2012: Inside the Network in Dallas, Texas.

  • Robert Vrij, EVP and President of the Americas Region at Alcatel-Lucent, speaks with TIA following his keynote at TIA 2012: Inside the Network.

  • Robert Vrij, EVP and President of the Americas Region at Alcatel-Lucent, delivers a keynote address at TIA 2012: Inside the Network.

  • Anthony Melone, CTO of Verizon, speaks with TIA NOW following his keynote at TIA 2012: Inside the Network.

  • Matt Beal, SVP and CTO at CenturyLink, delivers a keynote address at TIA 2012: Inside the Network.

  • Andrew Miller, President and CEO of Polycom, delivers a keynote address at TIA 2012: Inside the Network.

  • Charles Vogt, CEO of GENBAND, discusses the transformation of the network with TIA President Grant Seiffert at TIA 2012: Inside the Network.

  • Accelerating next generation service delivery and service migration strategies is the name of the game to keep up with the demand of the network. The opportunity now exists to solve the capacity bottlenecks being created by the aggregation of high bandwidth video services being driven into every point of network access in our homes, cell sites, enterprises and businesses.

  • M2M is permeating our lives from the enterprise and smart buildings all the way to our homes on main street. Join TIA NOW for a look into the M2M space and its relationship with the connected home.

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