The Wi-Fi Summit: Next Monday in Washington, D.C.

This coming Monday, October 30th, WifiForward will be bringing together industry insiders and policymakers for a half-day summit at the District Architecture Center in Washington, D.C. to discuss three major Wi-Fi questions: what’s next, where’s the money, and what kind of policy do we need.

The first panel, “Our Wireless Future: Written with Unlicensed,” will feature Cole Reinwald from Comcast, Gabriel Desjardins from Broadcom, Rachel Wolbers from Engine, and Steve Coran from WISPA as panelists.

The second panel, “Unlicensed and Shared Spectrum: Investment Catalysts,” will feature Brian Regan from Starry, Brent Skorup from the Mercatus Center, Dave Wright from Ruckus Wireless, and Michael Calabrese from New America’s Open Technology Institute as panelists.

The third and final panel, “Balanced Spectrum Policy,” will feature Danielle Pineres from NCTA, Harold Feld from Public Knowledge, Tom Struble from R Street, and Charla Rath from Verizon as panelists.

These stirring conversations will dive into the spectrum and spectrum policy that is so critical to the success of our communities, our economy, and our country. To join us on Monday for the summit, click here to register. For more about WifiForward, visit our website at wififorward.org.

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