WIA Announces New Speakers With Latest Insights on 5G Today at Connect (X): All Access

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Today the Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA) is streaming new panel sessions with top 5G thought leaders as part of Connect (X): All Access – a free, virtual conference.  

New panel subjects to launch today, Tuesday, June 23: 

  • From the Hill: Regulation, Legislation and Funding for Connectivity – the New Essential Infrastructure 
  • OnGo: The Right Solution for the New Normal of Work and Education; Sponsored by: CBRS Alliance 
  • Automation Tools for Faster, More Profitable Infrastructure Deployment at Scale 
  • The Macro Edge: Transitioning the TowerCo to an Application-Centric Edge Infrastructure Operator 
  • Capitalizing on the New Economics and Market Opportunities with FWA 
  • Connecting the Rest: Shared Networks & CBRS for Improved Rural Connectivity; Sponsored by: ExteNet Systems 
  • Massive MIMO and Innovative RAN Solutions for Greater Capacity for 5G Networks 

“WIA is continuing to roll out panels with the latest 5G insights throughout the summer to serve the industry as our participants are planning ahead for their businesses at a challenging time. We tailored it with cutting-edge speakers that address the latest developments happening right now in our industry,” said WIA President and CEO Jonathan Adelstein. “Whether you work in the business, telecom policy, R&D, finance, and beyond, there is something for everyone, which has always been a hallmark of WIA’s show. Connect (X): All Access is now this summer’s ultimate 5G resource.”  

Connect (X): All Access also includes a virtual Exhibit Hall, housing 5G whitepapers, videos, eBooks, and more.  

The event will also give away ten free Connect (X) 2021 passes to those visitors who engage with the most exhibit hall resources between now and June 30. To register, click here.

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