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  • There are a lot of questions about FirstNet and industry’s role in creating a national public safety network. Why should public safety want to invest in FirstNet and what should customers do to prepare? What are the challenges for the vendor community for the roll of FirstNet? On this segment of TIA NOW from TIA’s Connectivity Jam in Dallas, TX, we are joined by Michele Shaughnessy, VP of Product Management and Services for Motorola Solutions.

  • How are demographics and technology reshaping the future of work, firms and networks? Dr. Tassu Shervani, Professor at the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University, tells us about how information networks will evolve rapidly in the coming years.

  • TIA's CTO Council Meeting in Dallas, TX created several important points on how to tackle the challenges in the digitization of our networks, applications, hardware and software. Joining the discussion are David Tennenhouse, Chief Research Officer at VMware; Kevin Shatzkamer, VP, Service Provider Solutions and Strategy at Dell EMC, Adam Drobot, Chairman at OpenTechWorks and Amit Tiwari, VP, Strategic Alliances and Systems Engineering at Affirmed Networks.

  • The Telecommunications Industry Association this week announced that Wes Johnston has been named Chief Executive Officer. He brings to TIA more than 25 years of experience leading and transforming technology and telecom businesses.

  • On this segment of TIA NOW from TIA’s Connectivity Jam in Dallas, TX we are joined by industry experts on the subject of connecting the core to the powerful edge by reflecting on industry use cases. On this discussion are Michael Hites, CIO, University of Illinois System; Mark Pyatt, Senior Director, Operational Integrity, Global Oil and Gas, SAP and Andres Carvallo, Founder and CEO of CMG.

  • As TV networks and broadcasters are going virtual, key drivers and disrupters are presenting challenges and opportunities for communications technology suppliers and innovators. CTOs from Disney/ABC, FOX Operations and ONE Media join the CEO of Imagine Communications to give us some insight into the Future of TV.

  • The Analysts at TIA's Connectivity Jam 2017 drove the participants hard to find out how the industry is grappling with the challenges to be overcome and the opportunities to be grasped. What important new nuggets did each stream discussion reveal? Now it’s time to learn key takeaways and get a sense of the information that will be in the IDC final report.

  • The connectivity industry is transforming at a breathless pace. Leaders are looking for entirely new ways to navigate the land mines of change in technology, market models and politics. These leaders have successfully led organizations through the opportunities and storms of transformation, and look forward to sharing lessons learned to position you for success.

  • Learn from FirstNet CEO Mike Poth about the expectations and opportunities created through the new public/private partnership with AT&T, to deliver the first nationwide broadband network dedicated to America’s police, firefighters and emergency medical services.

  • The rapidly shifting arena of streamed video for entertainment, business and learning demands speedy and aggressive collaboration among previously disparate industries – the producers of content and those that enable its streamlined delivery to intended customer targets.

  • TIA's Connectivity Jam, June 5-7 in Dallas, is a highly interactive and outcomes-focused executive conference. Senior executives and technologists will collaborate to solve the connectivity industry’s tough challenges, and walk away with an IDC Analyst Report from their work during the conference. John Jackson, Research Vice President at IDC, and Limor Schafman, Content Development Director at TIA, discuss how this event is different from other conferences, who should attend, and how participants will benefit from attending.

  • On May 18, the FCC voted to accept Chairman Ajit Pai’s Restoring Internet Freedom Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, which addresses the future of the net neutrality rules. Discussing what this means for consumers and the companies that build these networks, and whether legislation offers a better path forward is Jeff Campbell from Cisco, Jared Carlson from Ericsson and Kathleen Abernathy, former FCC Commissioner and former executive at Frontier Communications.

  • New test beds, like the smart community pilot with Verizon and the City of Boston, are an innovative example of addressing city challenges like road safety, waste management and public safety. TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad spoke with Jascha Franklin-Hodge, CIO of the City Of Boston, following TIA’s 5G Breakfast, which welcomed an in-depth dialogue with communications technology solution providers and ICT industry analysts.

  • Roy Chua, Partner and Founder of SDxCentral, spoke to TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad about the relationship between SDN, DevOps and network virtualization. Chua says infrastructure as code and SDN are vital for increased agility in a virtualized network.

  • Steve Smiley, Executive Director of Smart Communities at Verizon and Rajesh Mishra, Founder and CTO at Parallel Wireless, talk about the quantifiable measurements of smart communities and how multiple solution providers can partner for smart city deployments.

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