We’re working on many interesting projects...
...but the one project that is taking most of our time between now and through the first week of January is the Broadband Conference held at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
The CES 2017 Broadband Conference, presented by Team Lightbulb, will be the seventh year for this conference. The 2017 edition will be held on Wednesday, January 4, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Pacific Time). The precise location will be in the North Meeting Rooms of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Bureau (LVCC), room N256.
You can easily register for the Broadband Conference here: http://www.ces.tech/Conference/What-to-Expect/Conference-Tracks/Broadband.aspx
Your Broadband Conference registration also includes access to all CES Exhibits. If you register for the Broadband Conference before December 21, 2016, you will save $150.
Intelligent Transportation Systems: Redefining Transportation
Redefining Transportation. Autonomous. Connected. Integrated. Shared Use. Mobility. Data. Security. Privacy. Infrastructure. Where is technology driving transportation and what’s in store for moving people and goods? Expectations for states deploying intelligence into the transportation infrastructure. Transportation — moving the center of the IoT?
FirstNet: How Broadband Can Power Public Safety Transformation
In disasters or emergencies, bandwidth use spikes, just when first responders need it most for vital, life-saving communications. Learn how FirstNet, an innovative public-private-public safety partnership, will give public safety the dedicated, secure broadband network and app/innovation ecosystem it needs to protect citizens and communities nationwide.
ATSC 3.0: A New Broadband Network
The development of ATSC 3.0 ushers in a new era of wireless data networks. IP delivery coupled with “Next Gen” broadcast technology provides for efficient mass delivery of data products and services for commercial and consumer applications.
IoT and Big Data: Driving Network Innovation
IoT pushes terabytes across networks. But VR surgeries place higher demands than automated street lighting systems; urban environments need different infrastructure than rural; and varied data traffic requires flexible networks. Industry experts will discuss technology and business opportunities of next generation networks.
Fiber Broadband: EmPowering Consumer Tech
Ensure all the devices, apps and services filling consumers’ shopping carts – 8K TVs, wearables, complete home monitoring from fridge to front door – can function effectively and simultaneously!
Ambient Intelligence and 5G: The Mobile Future
Using the data and information collected from connected Internet of IoT devices, consumer electronics with ambient intelligence are constantly interacting to support our daily activities. This session explores the applications and business opportunities of ambient intelligence in a 5G world.