4G World 2011 starts this week at McCormick Place in Chicago, and we couldn’t be more excited to see what the program has to offer regarding next-generation technologies from LTE to small cell to cloud computing.
At Nokia Siemens Networks, we are helping North American carriers plan for a flexible future in an unpredictable world. Our experts will be discussing our groundbreaking Liquid Net architecture, a comprehensive approach that allows carriers to instantly allocate unused capacity wherever and whenever it is needed. In addition, we will highlight our small cell and Unified HetNet portfolio, key elements of our Liquid Radio architecture, as well as our Customer Experience Management portfolio. This includes the newly launched Facebook app, a self-care application that connects operators to their customers.
If you are attending the event, please visit our booth (#707) to talk with us further.
Nokia Siemens Networks will also be participating in a number of speaking engagements, including a keynote delivered by Ricky Corker, head of the North America region. He will speak more on the topic of “Ensuring a flexible future in an increasingly unpredictable world” on Tuesday, October 25.
Other company experts will be participating on the following panels:
– Sandro Tavares, “Ensuring High Quality Services Across the Expanding Universe of Devices,” on Monday (10/24).
– Andrew White, ATIS Panel: “Cloud Services Interconnection,” on Tuesday (10/25).
– Chris Ebert, “Strategies for Evolving to All-IP,” on Wednesday (10/26).
See you at the show!
This post is by Carol Dematteo from our NAM team