The Small Cells World Summit 2012 is taking place June 26-28 at the Hilton London Metropole. The Small Cells World Summit is in exclusive partnership with the Small Cell Forum and is the largest small cell event in the Telecoms Industry. This is the chance to identify and take advantage of emerging opportunities in the exploding small cell industry. The Small Cells World Summit will feature:
40 exhibiting companies
50+ expert speakers
500+ key decision makers, influencers and innovation drivers in attendance
Live technology demos
Three day exhibition theatre programme
Cisco will be speaking at the summit including Small Cell Architects Mark Gallagher and Mark Grayson. Cisco is the official Small Cell Forum Awards gala dinner sponsor, and will be demonstrating Enterprise femto with controller based architecture and service integration. Please join Cisco at the Small Cell World Summit 2012:
Tuesday, June 26 9:00am-3:30pm Exhibition, Monarch Suite 11:50am Mark Gallagher, Small Cells: Defining the New Normal 1:10pm Eric Hamel, Enterprise Small Cell Architectures, Educational Seminar Theatre 4:35pm Mark Grayson, Panel Session: Backhaul Challenges for Small Cell Deployments
Wednesday, June 27 9:00am-3:30pm Exhibition, Monarch Suite 12:45pm John Murray IV, Implementing Iuh in a Live Network, Educational Seminar Theatre Gala Awards Dinner
Thursday, June 28 9:00am-4:00pm Exhibition, Monarch Suite
Make sure to stop by Cisco’s booth and I hope to see you there at the Small Cells World Summit 2012!
Watch The Big View on Small Cells - where Cisco discusses how both licensed and unlicensed small cell solutions are used to adress capacity and coverage needs in carrier networks.
For more information on the Small Cell World Summit, click here.
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