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    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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  • 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.

  • TIA NOW spoke with Dr. Phil Marshall, Chief Research Officer at Tolaga Research and author of TIA’s 5G Operator Survey and Report, about his findings from this online survey, which investigates the current and future 5G strategies for communication network operators.

  • Rob Mesirow, Partner at PwC, tells TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad about how hardware suppliers can successfully move into the software business through virtualization and cloud services.

  • Paul Greendyk, Vice President of Mobile Core and Network Services at AT&T speaks with TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad about AT&T's 5G roadmap, 5G field trials and 5G labs.

  • To give us an overview of the current and impending trends in the 2016-2020 edition of the MR&F are John Jackson, Program Vice President for Mobility Research at IDC and John Jacobs, VP of Market Intelligence and Strategy for TIA.

  • 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.

  • From MWC 2016, TIA NOW, Samsung and Verizon discuss 5G test trials and how standards are already being developed for a technology that promises one hundred times the speed of our current networks and one thousand times the capacity. Joining us is Ed Chan, SVP of Technology Strategy and Planning at Verizon and Woojune Kim, VP and Head of Next-Generation Business and Products at Samsung Networks.

  • Dell’s moniker for Mobile World Congress 2016 is “ Connect What Matters,” and for good reason. Connecting M2M industrial devices has quickly advanced into critical applications in smart cities, connecting infrastructures like bridges and dams. But now there are new solutions in the smart city that are benefiting from IoT technologies and a new technology called edge computing.

  • Today’s service providers are struggling to support ever-expanding demands from both consumers and enterprises, including the need to transmit and store increasing amounts of data. As consumption of OTT services and adoption of the Internet of Things grow, these data throughputs will only rise alongside user expectations for a seamless connectivity experience.

  • Within the mobile industry, 5G will be the buzzword of 2015 and for years to come. Experts expect to see the first deployments of 5G in countries like Japan and South Korea, by 2018. But as the US is regarded as a leader in wireless 4GLTE deployments, why are we perceived as oddly behind in the global development of 5G?

  • The Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa is a premiere location in the Las Vegas area and requires first class cellular service for their customers. So how do you upgrade an existing cellular infrastructure without disrupting the hotel guests?

  • from Events

    Smart phone data traffic over Wi-Fi has been around for years, but now with carrier-class Wi-Fi calling, we can expect a great deal of smartphone voice traffic to also move over to Wi-Fi. TIA NOW learns more about Wi-Fi calling with Josh Lonn, Senior Director of Marketing for T-Mobile USA and responsible for repositioning T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi calling product.

  • As nationwide hospitals evolve from primarily inpatient care to an outpatient focus, communications technologies including IT and cellular systems become the nervous center of the hospital.

  • Wireless is not new to Fujitsu, says Kevin Driscoll, VP of Sales for the Network Communications division of Fujitsu. TIA NOW caught up with Driscoll at Mobile World Congress 2015.

  • 4G World hosts industry panels and discusses key topics at its co-located event with CTIA 2014. Net Neutrality, industry mergers and the roll out of densified networks are part of the discussions at 4G World and TIA NOW recaps those panels in their mobile studio.

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