September 29 & 30 | Pullman Cologne | Germany
Join us at Pullman Cologne in Germany for the second annual RAN World 2015.
RAN World discusses and addresses the real-world radio access challenges of operators; how can they host as much capacity as possible on their network, giving a seamless experience, without interference, thereby offering a better customer experience?
The event bridges the gap between business strategy and technical expertise, bringing MNO CTOs and engineers together for a deep-dive look into challenges, sharing and growing knowledge.
The second edition of RAN World promises to be even bigger and better.
Featured Speaker – Shabbir Bagasrawala
Shabbir is a Sr. Product Manager at Altiostar headquartered in Boston, USA. He has over 12 years of experience in the telecommunications market and has developed expertise in various wireless technologies including Wi-fi, Wimax, GSM, UMTS and LTE.
Shabbir’s last assignment was with Azimuth Systems as a Product Manager. In this role he contributed in developing LTE solutions for a diverse set of wireless companies which included operators, chipset vendors, universities, RAN vendors, research labs and handset vendors across the globe. As a subject matter expert in the wireless domain, he has published various papers in technical journals, spoken at various conferences and conducted various seminars across the globe.
Shabbir has a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics and Telecommunication from the University of Mumbai and a Masters in Electrical Engineering from Lamar University.
Featured Speaker – Elliott Hoole
Elliott Hoole is a Product Line Director at Altiostar headquartered in Boston, USA. He has over 25 years of experience in the wireless industry with strong expertise in a broad range of wireless technologies.
Elliott was with Eden Rock Communications as the Chief Technology Officer defining strategies, architectures, and roadmaps for Eden Rock’s LTE SON products. Elliott also served as Chief Scientist for RadioFrame Networks where he drove the vision, roadmap, and systems design for advanced femtocell solutions. Before RadioFrame Elliott was at AT&T Wireless Services where he led the baseband technology development for the AT&T OFDMA broadband wireless program.
Elliott had previously served as a development engineer with Texas Instruments and with Motorola where he worked on GSM, IS-54, and trunked radio systems. Elliott is an active Senior Member of the IEEE and holds a BSEE from the University of Wisconsin and a MSEE from the Illinois Institute of Technology.