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An interview with Ron Hill, Goodman Networks' Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. WW: When was Goodman Networks founded? RH: Goodman Networks was founded in 2000 as a startup family-owned business. It has grown exponentially to become an industry-leading provider of infrastruc- ture, field and professional services to the telecommunications, satellite and NEXT GENERATION SERVICES FOR THE FUTURE OF WIRELESS An interview with Bryan Hartin, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Iridium. WW: How will the upcoming launch and deployment of Iridium ® NEXT affect existing M2M products on the current network? BH: We are excited for the launch and deployment of Iridium NEXT, especial- ly since all products and services that work on our existing network will An interview with Peter Skuba, President of Technology Solutions & Services, Inc., (TSSI) an R2-certified, full-service, reverse logistics company specializing in remanu- facturing solutions for the mobile, IT and consumer electronics industries. WW: What is your goal for the show? PS: TSSI would like to partner with man- ufacturers, retailers and distributors to Chosen Payments is a dedicated, knowl- edgeable and trust- ed credit card processor in the pre- paid telecom indus- try. With over 15 years' experience as a telecom and merchant services provider, Chosen Payments offers a proactive solu- tion-based partnership approach that has made it a leader. The company has been the recipient of the First Data President's Club award four years in a row and is honored to be ranked among the top pay- ment processing companies in the nation. Leading Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider, Aeris, helps businesses around the globe realize how crucial IoT can be to future suc- cess, and Vice President of Engineering Drew Johnson is a major proponent of building products and pro- grams with IoT up front. So far the majority of IoT usage in enterprise has been to provide cost-savings, enable smarter operations and decisions, or provide competitive advantages in their market. With the realization that IoT Continued on Page 34 Asante has built a reputation as the global leader in net- work switching, with 27 years of experience, and is now expanding into new territory. During the last three years, Asante has proved itself as a producer of top-of-the-line smart home solutions for the connected home of the future. Even home champions, budget and grocery list masters can be forgetful at times. After leaving the driveway to con- quer the rest of the world, the question Continued on Page 34 Continued on Page 37 IRIDIUM NEXT: THE BOLD FUTURE OF SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS TSSI: COST EFFECTIVE REMANUFACTURING IN THE AMERICAS AERIS' DREW JOHNSON ADVISES COMPANIES TO PUT IOT FIRST CHOSEN PAYMENTS: YOUR MOST TRUSTED CREDIT CARD PROCESSOR SMART HOMEOWNERS CHOOSE SMART HOME TECHNOLOGY Continued on Page 34 Continued on Page 37 Continued on Page 31 Oser Communications Group Las Vegas Wednesday, September 7, 2016 An interview with Rob Bergquist, Co-Founder of Cell Phones for Soldiers. WW: Tell our readers how Cell Phones for Soldiers works. RB: We collect gently used cell phones as a means to provide wireless services, equipment and calling cards for military members deployed overseas, as well as veterans who have returned from active duty. While overseas, maintaining a bond Remember zNitro's Hammer Test where they spend all day at the show hitting an iPhone with a real ham- mer mounted on the booth wall? Well, now the Hammer Test is available for your store! That's right, you can now demon- strate the Nitro Glass difference to your customers live. Attachable to multiple surfaces using industrial strength Velcro, it goes on the wall or surface of your choice. You can stop by booth #1868 on the main aisle near the Smart Retail Store Continued on Page 37 SERVING AS A LIFELINE TO DEPLOYED TROOPS AND RETURNING SOLDIERS A HAMMER TEST FOR YOUR STORE Continued on Page 34 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH CTIA

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