We're looking forward to New York State Wireless Association's 2019 Wireless Forum taking place 6/21 in NYC. Bigbelly takes the stage alongside T-Mobile, ExteNet Systems, ZenFi Networks, and Crown Castle on Friday, June 21st to discuss the Technology and Innovations that will Bring 5G to New York. Join us for the conversation as we explore the innovative use of public right-of-way infrastructure for 5G network deployment.
The New York State Wireless Association provides a forum for cultivating relationships and the exchange of ideas between wireless telecommunications professionals, government officials and the public. The NYSWA's mission to be a voice for the wireless industry in New York State rings true during their annual Wireless Forum event, and Bigbelly is excited to take part alongside fellow industry leaders!
Please join our Educational Panel session at 3 PM on Friday, June 21st...
Technology: The Innovations That Will Bring 5G to New York
- Tim Ayers, SVP of Service Assurance, ExteNet Systems
- Ray LaChance, Co-Founder & CEO, ZenFi Networks
- Alexander P. Gamota, SVP & GM of Information & Communication Technologies, Bigbelly
- Christopher Levendos, VP Network Engineering & Operations, Crown Castle
- Tom Ellefson, SVP Northeast Region Engineering, T-Mobile
Moderator: Paul Eisenberg, Principal, Repeater Communications Group
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NYSWA WIRELESS FORUM 2019
Dates: May 20-21, 2019
Location: Chelsea Piers - New York, Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers
23rd Street and West Side Highway, New York City, NY 10011
Check out the conference agenda and add our session to your Friday 6/21 schedule. We hope to see you there!
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Will you be at NYSWA Wireless Forum 2019 in NYC? We would love to meet you there! Please contact us if you would like to schedule a meeting with Alex Gamota while at the conference to discuss how to leverage Bigbelly as a multi-purpose hosting platform for small cell and wireless equipment in your environment.
Learn more about Bigbelly as a hosting platform for wireless and small cell equipment, here →