2017 HetNet Expo: Connected Real Estate, Densification and Smart Cities

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The Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA) announced highlights for its annual HetNet Expo, October 10-11, at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Florida.

HetNet Expo brings together professionals from across the entire wireless ecosystem to share valuable information and opinions about the latest mobile communications technologies and the overall state of the wireless industry. HetNet Expo’s programming delivers a collection of keynote speeches and interactive panels designed to stimulate industry-changing conversations between all stakeholders. 

This year’s event will focus on connected commercial real estate, the ongoing densification of mobile networks via small cells, and the critical role wireless technologies will play in the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT).

“The wireless infrastructure industry – the entire ecosystem from towers to small cells – is top of mind for more people now than at any other point in history,” said WIA President/CEO Jonathan Adelstein. “We’ve invited the people and companies who are developing the next generation of advanced heterogeneous networks – the combination of small cell technologies, distributed antenna systems, and WiFi infrastructure that work together with towers to enable wireless broadband coverage and capacity.”

Also on tap for the 2017 HetNet Expo is a one-on-one conversation between Tom Taddeo, Chief Information Officer of Kimco Realty, and Bill Cune, Vice President of Wireless Market Development for Corning.

Rich Berliner, Publisher of the quarterly real estate magazine Connected Real Estate, will host two panels at HetNet Expo.  

For more information and to register to attend 2017 HetNet Expo in Florida, visit www.hetnetexpo.com

September 21, 2017              

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