IWCE’s Forum in Chicago Covers Mission-Critical LTE Network Solutions


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IWCE’s Critical LTE Communications Forum is a two-day conference that brings together critical communications professionals to understand the wide-range of uses of LTE communications networks. Scheduled to take place November 6-7, 2018 in Chicago, this event follows the record-breaking conference last November in Dallas, TX. To register for IWCE’s Critical LTE Communications Forum, click here.

IWCE’s Critical LTE Communications Forum is designed for government, public safety, critical infrastructure and enterprises as they prepare to transition from LMR to mission-critical LTE and state and local governments prepare for FirstNet and Smart Cities.  

Stacey Orlick, IWCE’s Critical LTE Communications Forum Conference Director said, “The conference provides a deep understanding of LTE communications networks, devices and applications. Day one focuses on the building blocks of critical LTE, the differences between 4G and 5G, devices accessories and applications, cybersecurity, and the role of IoT and analytics. The day concludes with a panel on smart cities as well as a reception. Day two features discussions on mission-critical push-to-talk, network control, interoperability, measuring coverage as well as a look into the future.”

IWCE’s Critical LTE Communications Forum Show Director Stephanie McCall added, “We look forward to bringing this essential education to the industry.”

The conference keynote presentations will be delivered by industry leaders including:

  • Steven K. Miller, Director, Verizon National Security and Public Safety, Verizon
  • Michelle Johnson, Director, LTE Advocacy and Business Development, Communications Systems, Harris Corporation
  • Reginald Jones, Director of Public Sector Sales and Solutions, Samsung Electronics America
  • Todd Krautkremer, Chief Marketing Officer, Cradlepoint

To view the full agenda and register to attend, click here.                                         

October 3, 2018     

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