|By PR Newswire||
|January 31, 2014 12:00 PM EST||
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 4G World, the only conference and expo covering the entire next-generation 4G mobile broadband ecosystem, produced by UBM Tech, today announced Berge Ayvazian will lead the conference and program for both 4G World and Tower & Small Cell Summit during CTIA 2014™ Super Mobility Week. The collocation creates the only event of its kind to host the entire range of 4G, mobile, and wireless infrastructure technologies under the same roof. 4G World, Tower & Small Cell Summit are happening September 9-11, 2014 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas as part of CTIA's Super Mobility Week.
For nearly a decade, 4G World has been the industry's premier event focused on helping 4G executives, IT, and telecom managers discover emerging and profitable strategies for 4G networks and services. "The combination of 4G World and the Tower & Small Cell Summit at CTIA 2014 Super Mobility Week is the only instance in the U.S. to showcase the entire spectrum of wireless solutions," said Berge Ayvazian, Conference/Program Chair, UBM Tech. "With this gigantic event, we're creating the only opportunity for sponsors, exhibitors, and attendees to connect and expand the boundaries of 4G infrastructure, services, and devices."
"I am extremely happy to have someone of Berge's caliber to lead the 4G World and Tower & Small Summit programs," said Marco Pardi, President of UBM Tech Events. "Berge has many years of experience covering and writing about the telecom industry and has amazing relationships with senior level influencers in the industry, many of which you will see participate at this year's event."
Both 4G World and the Tower & Small Cell Summit will include conference and expo components, complete with in-depth educational programs, workshops, case studies, demonstrations, real-world technology implementations, and valuable networking opportunities. The premier industry event will gather together all of the suppliers, consumers, and operators of advanced wireless networks and systems in North America.
Ayvazian is the Program Director and Conference Chair of UBM Tech's Tower & Small Cell Summit and 4G World conferences in the US and India. He also serves as a frequent speaker at other telecom industry events worldwide. He has been a regular contributor of analyst notes, white papers, and webcasts for Light Reading and Heavy Reading and now serves as Senior Editor for the UBM 4G Trends media and community portals.
About 4G World
4G World is the first and only conference and expo covering the entire ecosystem of next-generation 4G technologies that enable the mobile Internet revolution, including mobile network infrastructure, advanced devices, applications and content. Owned and operated by UBM Tech, this show provides insight into the state of the industry today and explores forward-looking advancements that will affect operators within the mobile ecosystem in the years ahead. As a ubiquitous network takes hold in the mature markets of North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, operators are experiencing massive growth in broadband data usage and planning their network migration strategies and business models for monetizing mobile Internet enabled services. 4G World offers attendees an opportunity to research state-of-the-practice business models and advanced mobile technologies, and learn from other operators about what works and what doesn't, as they migrate to advanced 4G networks. For more information, visit www.4GWorld.com.
Tower & Small Cell Summit
Tower & Small Cell Summit is the largest event devoted to the needs of cell-site professionals. Produced by UBM Tech and collocated with Super Mobility Week at CTIA, this conference and expo will bring together industry's most innovative leaders to discuss the hottest trends and technologies impacting wireless infrastructure. For more information, visit http://www.towersummit.com/lasvegas/.
About CTIA Shows
CTIA Shows bring together all industries advanced by wireless technology for intense business, learning and networking. CTIA2014™ at Super Mobility Week (www.supermobilityweek.com) takes place Sept. 9, 10 and 11, 2014 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas.
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