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Monday, January 29 • 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Wireless: We Need a New Generation to Connect The Internet of (Every)Things

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We are on the cusp of a generational shift --- in wireless networks. New generations takeover from the old ones -- because they have to. The next generation of wireless Internet -- dubbed 5G -- is coming fast because radically new technology is required to connect us faster and better. From augmented reality to autonomous cars, we are facing a new era of connectivity. Also, 5G is needed to connect the so-called Internet of Things and, basically, the Internet of Everything. Chances are your recent holiday shopping spree will help catapult us to where each American home will have 50 connected devices (an estimate by Gartner for the year 2020). But the future will require some creative engineering, bold policy decisions, and all of us working in the same direction. Our panel will look at the near future of 5G wireless -- if we make it happen.

Moderators
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Paul Kirby

Senior Editor, TR Daily
Paul Kirby is a senior editor at TR Daily. He has been a reporter for nearly 30 years. For nearly 20 years, he has focused his coverage on wireless telecommunications policy, closely following regulatory and legal developments amid the rapid evolution of the telecom and technology... Read More →

Speakers
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Julius Knapp

Chief, Office of Engineering and Technology, FCC
Julius Knapp has been with the FCC for 43 years and has served as the Chief of the FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology (OET) since 2006. OET is the Commission’s primary resource for engineering expertise and provides technical support to the Chairman, Commissioners and... Read More →
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Karen Charles Peterson

Commissioner, Massachusetts Department of Telecommunications and Cable
Karen Charles Peterson is Commissioner of the Department of Telecommunications and Cable, where she serves as the principle communications regulator for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  In addition to her duties at the Department, Commissioner Charles Peterson is an active board... Read More →
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Peter Rysavy

President, Rysavy Research
Peter Rysavy is the president of Rysavy Research LLC, a consulting firm that has specialized in wireless technology since 1993. Projects include analysis of spectrum requirements for mobile broadband, reports on the evolution of wireless technology, evaluation of wireless technology... Read More →
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Crystal Tully

Policy Director & Counsel for Communications and Technology, Senate Commerce Committee
Crystal Tully serves as Policy Director & Counsel for communications and technology to Chairman John Thune (R-SD) of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation. Prior to her current role, Ms. Tully served as counsel to Chairman Thune and senior advisor to Chairman... Read More →


Monday January 29, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Room 802

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