Preston Marshall, technical program manager for Spectrum Access Technology at Google will keynote International Wireless Communication Expo (IWCE), which takes place March 27-31, 2017 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
On Wednesday, March 29, Marshall will discuss the U.S. experience in deploying shared spectrum services in the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band and what it may warn for future wireless architectures and technology. The innovative band concept has enabled the emergence of a unique ecosystem, focused on high capacity, localized wireless services that are deployed by a wide range of non-traditional wireless suppliers, such as enterprises, and venues. The emergence of these neutral-host networks is potentially a fundamental change in how wireless is designed, managed and deployed.
Also, the IWCE General Session Everything is Changing – The Next Generation of Connectivity is scheduled for Thursday, March 30. Panelists will forecast what the future holds for communications technology including applications, devices, networks, technology and connectivity.
IWCE offers five days of professional development opportunities through keynote addresses, workshops, short courses and training, and an exhibit hall with 380 exhibitors.