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Connected Car: Connected Network

The burgeoning industry of connected vehicles relies heavily on the reliability of the communications network. Tim Nixon, a keynote presenter at the TIA 2015 Network of the Future conference, talked about the growing number of data transactions in all General Motors vehicles and why a high bandwidth and low latency network is integral for connected…

Getting Ahead of SDN

At TIA 2015, Joe Corvaia, Vice President of Sales Engineering at NTT Communications, spoke to conference attendees about the importance of openness in the industry for R&D and to prepare for next-generation technologies.

Guilt By Imagination: New FCC Rules for Communications Industry

FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly apologizes to the TIA 2015 audience for the new Title II rules that regulate the Internet, intended to prevent paid prioritization and other unrealized concerns that “might” happen. Commissioner O’Rielly says that uncertainty in the market under Title II rules will adversely impact the communications industry for years.

The Digital Divide: TIA Helps With The Challenge

FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn spoke at the TIA 2015 Network of the Future Conference about the communications gap between the haves and the have nots. Commissioner Clyburn says that making broadband more affordable for everyone will provide returns for the communications industry.

The Network: "One Single Experience"

Michael Rothey, VP and Head of IT, Multi-Region Americas at Ericsson, tells the TIA 2015 audience why one single programable experience is the future of the network. Modernization and industrialization are the two areas of focus for Rothey as Ericsson continues to turn IT into an asset.

TIA 2015 Keynote: Andre Fuetsch, AT&T

Andre Fuetsch, Senior Vice President of Architecture and Design at AT&T, talks about AT&T’s SDN and NFV play, including their plan to virtualize and software-control 75% of their network by 2020.

TIA 2015 Keynote: Fred Moorefield, Dept. of Defense CIO Office

Fred Moorefield, Director of Spectrum Policy and Programs at the Department of Defense, Office of the CIO, speaks at the TIA 2015 Network of the Future Conference. He spoke about how, through public and private partnerships, today’s spectrum limits can be tomorrow’s spectrum opportunities as spectrum sharing policies evolve through a culture of trust.