Leading Network Transformation
Small Cells Americas 2015
November 2 – 4 | Hilton Anatole Dallas | Dallas, Texas
Join us at Hilton Anatole Dallas in Dallas, Texas for Small Cells Americas 2015
Small Cells Americas is the only event that brings together the entire small cells ecosystem to share trial and deployment experiences, build lasting business relationships with qualified industry stakeholders and provide a platform for exciting new product launches and technological developments. The event is exclusively endorsed by the Small Cell Forum.
Specifically targeted at the mobile carrier and end user community, Small Cells Americas offers practical no-nonsense advice to CTOs, engineers and senior managers, helping them select the strategic and technology partners that are right for them.
As the must-attend mobile telecommunications event of 2015, this conference has more educational content than ever before.
Altiostar will be present at this event to discuss its NFV C-RAN Solution using Ethernet Fronthaul.
Featured Speaker – Chris Simmonds
Dr Chris Simmonds is Director of Product Management at Altiostar headquartered in Boston, USA. He has over 20 years of experience in the telecommunications with a history of working on remote radios for LTE, WiMAX and WCDMA, as well as antenna line product developments and beamforming technologies.
Chris previously worked for the UK-based AceAxis Networks, owned by the Korean Telecoms manufacturer Ace Technology. Here Chris led the Company’s development of Remote Radio (RRH) products for Tier One OEMs, deploying Worldwide, before heading-up two business units developing Antenna Line Products and RF Test Equipment. Before AceAxis this Chris was at Powerwave Technologies for 7 years where he led several radio projects, as well as working on the company’s first remote radio head, one of earliest demonstrated RRH in the industry.
Prior to this, Chris was a founder member of Toshiba’s Telecommunications Research Lab in the UK where he ran the WLAN group, developing novel algorithms and architectures for smart antennas.
Chris has a PhD from Bristol University, UK where he managed the University’s involvement in several multi-national and multi-partnered European funded research programs into smart antenna technology.
Topic: C-RAN Enabled HetNets for High Density Environments