IWCE 2018 Announces Keynote Presentations from AT&T Business, FirstNet and Verizon Enterprise Solutions
Thaddeus Arroyo, CEO, AT&T Business; Michael Poth, CEO, FirstNet; and Michael Maiorana, SVP, Public Sector, Verizon Enterprise Solutions will deliver keynote addresses at International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) 2018, the premier annual event for communications technology professionals. IWCE takes place March 5-9, 2018 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
Keynote presentations will cover the following:
“The critical-communications industry is going through a major change,” said Stacey Orlick, IWCE’s Director of Community and Conference Content. “The nationwide FirstNet award came to fruition during IWCE 2017, and it created a big buzz among event attendees. Now that all 50 states, D.C. and three territories have opted-in to the network, the additional impact on smart cities, IoT and NG-911 can also be discussed. The presentations from Thaddeus Arroyo and Michael Poth are not to be missed. We are also very pleased to have Michael Maiorana provide us with additional industry insight during his keynote. We are looking forward to a terrific event.”
IWCE is tailored to critical communications technology professionals who want to receive the latest developments, trends and technology in wireless communications. It offers a comprehensive conference program, an Exhibit Hall, Town Hall Meetings and much more. IWCE is also co-located with IWCE’s Network Infrastructure Forum and the ETA International Education Forum.
Keynote addresses are free to attend and are included with any IWCE badge. To view the full IWCE 2018 conference program, and to register for the event, visit iwceexpo.com.
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