Cable companies have always had their grip on the telecom infrastructure grid and in the past year, have parlayed that stance into exploiting the unquenchable wireless-provider landscape. Comcast and Charter Communications with Spectrum, just this past June, launched their own wireless services, becoming a potential competitor to the carriers. T-Mobile CEO John Legere recently told a Senate subcommittee that Comcast’s service, Xfinity Mobile, added more subscribers than AT&T in 2017. Legere said Sprint and T-Mobile now have “seven or eight potential competitors.”
The NEDAS NYC Summit is already set to be the premier event heading in to the Fall season. The full-day program will showcase educational sessions, panel discussions, exhibitions, a networking reception, and features keynotes from Jack Waters, CTO of Zayo and Josh Snowhorn, co-founder of EdgeMicro. Inside Towers Marketing Director Megan Reed will be in attendance. Set up a meeting today.
The NYC Summit is designed to explore the evolving landscape of in-building wireless technologies. Through a collaborative and open environment, this event will explore the solutions that bridge the gap between the wireline and wireless technologies inherent in today’s hybrid wireless systems. As a media partner of NEDAS, our subscribers receive a 20% discount. When registering, use promotional code LIGHTMPNYC18. Click here for more information and to register.