RCR Wireless News Brings Global Mobile Broadband Perspective to Dallas

How are mobile broadband deployments impacting North Texas consumers and businesses? Join RCR Wireless News, the wireless industry news leader since 1981, online and in person Nov. 9 in Dallas to find out.

RCR Wireless News is inviting community leaders to participate in a Town Hall discussion to examine how mobile broadband deployments will impact north Texas businesses, universities and individual households. RCR Wireless News will be broadcasting the event live over the Internet on www.rcrwireless.tv. Registration is required and onsite seating is limited.

Local and virtual participants, via RCRWireless.tv, will discuss how global broadband technology advances are driving investment in wireless broadband infrastructure, which in turn creates jobs throughout the community. North Texas has a rich heritage of innovation for wireless communications and the next wave of that innovation is on the horizon. Hear from global wireless thought leaders on how 4G technologies will change the way people work, live and play.

Anchored by RCR Wireless News Editor Dan Meyer, speakers include executives from wireless operators including MetroPCS Communications Inc., and telecom equipment and software companies Ericsson, Huawei and SEVEN Networks, as well as telecom industry associations 4G Americas, PCIA, the DAS Forum and the Metroplex Technology Business Council.

Open to the public, audience participation is interactive through a webinar platform that allows for questions and dialogue-oriented discussions.

Topics to be address include:

  • The demand drivers behind the “data tsunami;”
  • Policy issues including spectrum, net neutrality and privacy;
  • Types of investments carriers and others are making to keep up with smart devices and the surge in data traffic;
  • Job opportunities, and;
  • How technology is changing consumer and business behavior.

“The purpose of the Dallas event is to bring a global perspective on mobile broadband to the local market,” said Jeff Mucci, publisher of RCR Wireless News. “Connecting global wireless industry leadership with local leaders will give both sides a better understanding of how mobile broadband deployments will impact society, both worldwide and at the community level.”

In addition to the program, RCR Wireless News and Huawei will be hosting an invitation-only evening networking at Huawei’s newly opened North American headquarters.


When: Nov. 9, 2010. Sessions will begin at 1 p.m. CST and continue until 5 p.m. CST. Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Where: This is both a virtual event and an open, local forum. The local location is the Dallas/Plano Marriott at Legacy Town Center. Phone: (972) 473-6444

How to Register? Registration will be required for both virtual and local attendees. Virtual attendees will participate via webinar.

To register, go to http://budurl.com/huawei.

Huawei Private Reception link: http://huaweireception.eventbrite.com/

About Arden Media

Arden Media Company connects technology companies, in-person, in print, and online, with their industries, their customers and talent using its portfolio of publications, websites and events. Through its properties, RCR Wireless News, ITjobs.net, TelecomCareers and RCR Local, Arden Media pairs credible industry information with measurable sales and recruitment leadgeneration programs to procure customers and talent. Arden Media is wholly owned by Arden Operating Company, a privately held company formed in 2006 to advise, own and operate media, energy and real estate companies. For more information, visit www.RCRWireless.com.