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Oser Communications Group Las Vegas Friday, September 9, 2016 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH CTIA By Todd Schlekeway, Executive Director of NATE Advances in wireless are changing the landscape and delivery models for industries as diverse as health- care, financial services, higher educa- tion, agriculture, energy, aviation, utilities, public safety, government and the military. Did you know that the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE), a national trade organization, is providing the "muscle" behind this mobility revolu- tion? NATE's more than 800 member companies are playing a prominent role as wireless infrastructure serv- ice and equipment providers in order to enable this NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF TOWER ERECTORS ON FRONT LINES OF WIRELESS INNOVATION Integron, founded in 1985 and located in Rochester, New York, is an independ- ent, global IoT lifecycle management company. Integron is uniquely positioned in the IoT marketplace, providing a complete, fully managed IoT lifecycle solution that includes consulting, design, sourcing, deployment, asset management and after sale service. Bryan Lubel, Integron's President, says, "Companies underestimate the complexities of wireless IoT and M2M initiatives, as is evidenced in the lagging production deployments implemented cross-industry. They are faced with moving from POC to scaled deploy- ments, where the initial focus is on proof of concept and controlled pilot validation." As discussions rage over the next generation of communications standards for both com- mercial wireless and public safety communications, there is one constant experts can agree on – additional capacity and coverage is needed everywhere for con- sumers and public safety personnel alike. Over the past several years, much attention and cap- ital has been spent on the arduous challenge of meeting the avalanche of wireless capacity demand from sports fans at stadiums watching their favorite sports team. Now these and other Tier 1 venues have been largely built out by the wireless operators and neutral host providers using a combination of Distributed Antenna RecellParts, founded in July 2014 under the parent company of Daily Phone Parts, LLC and located in City of Industry, California, spe- cializes in recycling LCD screens. The company's mission is to pro- vide cellular repair and retail com- panies with industry-leading recycling services. The company updated and re-launched its web- site with greater user-friendly features. It is focused on reconnecting with existing customers, attaining greater exposure in the industry, attracting new cus- tomers, expanding attention and facilitating cus- tomers' needs. With the company's new automated and innovative recycling programs, recycling has By Praveen Kumar Gupta, Founder, Mobilestack Inc. MobileStack Inc. is launching the Mobile Virtualization Lab (MVL) in Silicon Valley. The main goal of this lab is to act as an incubator and proving ground to adopt best ideas and practices for making NFV/SDN deployment a success in mobile networks. NFV/SDN is a big change for mobile networks, and failure is not an option. The new solution needs to meet CAPEX/OPEX cost saving objectives with proven deployment options. Mobilestack Inc. is looking for strategic relation- ships and sponsorships of mobile operators to work on development and testing projects to make NFV/SDN Continued on Page 37 Brian Taney, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of GetWireless, talks about the innovation of value-added distribu- tion for major players in IoT. WW: Tell us about what GetWireless does and how you are changing distribu- tion in Wireless and IoT. BT: GetWireless is a value-added distributor of wire- less IoT and M2M connectivity solutions. We represent major IoT manufacturers to champion and manage their channel strategies. Since exceptional client serv- ice and technical support are the cornerstones of GetWireless, our culture is driven by what we call the Continued on Page 37 Continued on Page 37 INTEGRON DELIVERS IOT MANAGED CONNECTIVITY SOLUTION FOR ENTERPRISE BUSINESSES THE DRIVE FOR ENTERPRISE CELLULAR AND PUBLIC SAFETY DAS MOBILE OPERATORS: DO YOU HAVE THE RIGHT IDEA TO USE NFV/SDN IN YOUR NETWORK? RECELLPARTS LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE GETWIRELESS 'CONNECTING THE INTERNET OF THINGS' Continued on Page 34 Continued on Page 34 Continued on Page 34

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