Connect (X) Starts Out on the Right Tracks


With a commitment to addressing the most pressing issues and trends in the connectivity industry, Connect (X) 2024 starts its full schedule of sessions and keynotes today at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Yesterday’s golf outing and a few closed session conferences served as a warm up for early attendees.  

The expo is presenting a diverse range of conference tracks designed to meet the needs of professionals across various sectors.  

The conference tracks include:

  • Artificial Intelligence: Understand how AI is being used by the wireless ecosystem and explore what is to come that will impact 5G network demand and growth.
  • 5G Implementation Strategies: Explore the latest advancements and strategies in deploying and optimizing 5G networks to meet the growing demand for high-speed, low-latency connectivity.
  • IoT and Smart Cities: Delve into the transformative potential of IoT technologies in building smarter, more connected cities and communities, and learn about the latest developments in IoT infrastructure and applications.
  • Satellite Communications: Discover the role of satellite communications in bridging the digital divide and enabling connectivity in remote and underserved areas, as well as the latest innovations in satellite technology.
  • Wireless Infrastructure: Gain insights into the evolving landscape of wireless infrastructure, including small cells, towers, and distributed antenna systems (DAS), and learn about best practices for deployment and maintenance.
  • Edge Computing and Cloud Connectivity: Explore the intersection of edge computing and cloud connectivity and learn how these technologies are driving innovation in areas such as autonomous vehicles, augmented reality, and more.
  • Cybersecurity and Data Privacy: Examine the critical importance of cybersecurity and data privacy in an increasingly connected world and learn about strategies and best practices for safeguarding networks and sensitive information.

Tomorrow FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks will deliver a morning keynote. FCC decisions impact every aspect of the industry’s business plans so it is important to stay up to date on how policy impacts business. Commissioner Starks will share his priorities and what it means for the wireless industry. 

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