In this presentation, we will provide an overview of the evolution of Radio Access Network (RAN) and Distributed Antenna System (DAS) architectures, the impact of 5G on in-building wireless and the influence of LTE, FirstNet and Emergency Services Network (ESN) in public safety in-building networks.
We will also discuss how enterprises, integrators and mobile operators can hedge the risks of rip-and-replace by investing in a future-proof solution that can not only satisfy current requirements, but can migrate seamlessly to future networks as required.
• The evolution of wireless networks: From traditional distributed RAN architecture to centralized RAN and to Virtual RAN with web scale data centers
• The impact of 5G on in-building wireless – faster speed, more robust transmission technology, integration of millimeter wave radio and others
• Public safety networks: Can global public safety networks migrate to LTE by taking advantage of the scale and influence of FirstNet and ESN?
Lance has been VP of Sales, Americas at Dali Wireless since 2013. Lance is an Executive Level Management Leader, with leading qualifications in sales, sales management, business development, general management, project management, product development, engineering, manufacturing and operations. Prior to joining Dali Wireless, he was VP of Sales at Powerwave Technologies. There he led sales initiatives in North America for 7 years resulting in over $600 million dollars of infrastructure equipment sales. Lance has also held a number of key management positions at ADC, American Tower and Verizon Wireless Communications. Lance earned his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Eureka College in 1992.
Soyola has 15 years of telecommunication industry experience including fiber optics, RF components and DAS systems. He provides support and industry guidance to DASpedia and acts as a managing director. Graduate of Utah Valley University and holds BS in International Business and Computer Science.
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