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SMART CITIES LUNCHEON
City View - 4th Floor - Renaissance Hotel
Derrick CalderonVice President, Business Development
Loreana MacianteProgram Manager
Jennifer SandersCo-founder & Executive Director
Dallas Innovation Alliance
George KarayannisCityNOW Lead
At TIA 2016, the first face to face meeting of the new TIA NFV Security Working Group will convene to complete the founding of the working group.
All participants are invited to join the following Opening Reception for networking and conversations.
- Meeting Time: 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm, NFV Security Working Group Meeting
- TIA2016 Opening Reception: 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm (complimentary for Security Working Group participants)
The TIA NFV Security Working Group is open to all registered member companies in good standing. If you would like to participate, please contact Franklin Flint, CTO or Germaine Palangdao, PMP for further information.
Note: There is a discount TIA Network of the Future conference fee for Working Group members who wish to attend the event. Please contact Germaine Palangdao if you would like a discount for a pass to TIA2016: Network of the Future.
City View Bar - 4th Floor - Renaissance Hotel
Eddie Bernice JohnsonCongresswoman
30th District of Texas
Susan JohnsonSenior Vice President, Global Supply Chain
AT&T Services, Inc.
Grand Ballroom - 2nd Floor - Renaissance Hotel
Noopur DavisSenior Vice President, Product Security and Privacy
The TIA CTO Council is comprised of top technical strategists from the ICT industry who meet regularly to discuss and debate the common concerns of their companies in terms of technology, standards, markets, and solutions. At TIA 2016, the CTO Council meeting will begin with a networking luncheon and then proceed with several discussions over the course of the afternoon. All participants are invited to join the following Evening Reception, and complimentary tickets are available for the VIP Dinner. For further details and to request an invitation.
District 23, Texas
David WolfManaging Director
Telit IoT Platforms
The Internet of Things offers an unparalleled opportunity to transform businesses across every industry, including Healthcare, Education, Automotive, Production, Public governance, Infrastructure, etc. Fred Yentz, CEO of Telit IoT Platforms will give a stimulating and thought-provoking tell-it like-it-is talk on why you cannot afford to stay on the sideline any longer. Topics will include:
- Better Networks - Making the case for using LPWA to 5G and everything in between
- Better Tools – Reducing complexity, cost and time of any deployment with an IoT Platform
- Better Management – Operating across different networks from a single IoT management portal
- Better Performance – Improving performance and managing costs of end-to-end IoT deployments
- Better Economics - Capitalizing on IoT by moving up the value chain
Fred YentzChief Executive Officer
Telit IoT Platforms
Matt BatemanSenior Network Architect
David HerrChief Technology Officer
Adam DrobotChairman of the Board
Rod NaphanChief Technology Officer
Dr. Eric BlackChief Technology Officer
Fran O'Brien, Ph.D.Chief Technology Officer, Wireless Standards Mobility Group
Sameh YamanyChief Technology Officer
Franklin FlintChief Technology Officer
Maple - 3rd Floor - Renaissance Hotel
This workshop is an exploration in envisioning IoT solutions and service models through lean design methods and rapid prototyping. We will learn about using a human-centered approach that we at Universal Mind call "Story Sprints” to help generate new solutions and networks.
Creating these stories leverages the power of design-thinking to help us understand how your IoT technology or services will address your customer's needs. This will help you think more creatively about your company’s business model, as well as the supplier/solution provider business models.
You’ll see how using the Story Sprint approach will lead to applying your technology to solutions that are meaningful to customers and lead to better end experiences for everyone.
This is a hands-on, interactive workshop so bring your creativity, bring your expertise, bring your projects and get ready to have fun!
NOTE: There is a $45 fee to add this workshop to your registration. Register now!
Who should attend:
- Anyone who is working with consumer, corporate and government customer experiences like creating applications for Smart Cities, eHealth, eRetail, Connected Home, connected car/transportation/trucking/roadways, energy and smartgrid, connected infrastructure, connected industrial applications, warehousing and shipping; and more.
- This would include: Business professionals, developers, government/city workers, interactive students and educators; anyone who wants an introduction to human-centered design thinking.
What you’ll gain:
- Understanding of design and user experience considerations when creating a product vision for an IoT experience.
- Apply a process to inject design thinking into the IoT development process to help create better user-centered experiences.
- Hands on experience with “Story Sprints” – a design thinking-style, fast, iterative process of design for products and services.
- Understanding of how to take Story Sprints/human-centered design approach and bring them into your company’s innovation process.
Brad RuiterUX Director
Christian SaylorCreative Director
The data center landscape is rapidly changing as the ever increasing creation of data and value of interpreting the business metrics inherent in the data is equally and importantly transforming the digital enterprise. Sophisticated, multi-faceted business models as well as enhanced economic drivers are mandated for data centers to deliver relevance in this dynamic marketplace. The TIA Data Center Tour of the Opus-3 Data and Innovation center offers a look into a data center at the forefront of change. Opus-3, located in the heart of Dallas’ Deep Ellum technology district, has evolved from the former Broadcast.com / Yahoo.com data center facility. With innovation and ideation at the heart of our mission, Opus-3 is the birthplace and home to leading initiatives’ such as NEX, an invitation only IoT innovation lab, Ellum.net and Cedars.net, two community fiber initiatives, and a smart cities working test bed environment for new and mature business entities.
The tour will present an overview of running a datacenter in the new digital economy, the complexity these new technologies and markets pose for data center providers and customers, and highlight some of the innovations that have been created to make communities smarter and more sustainable.
Who Should Attend?
- Cloud Computing, IBX, Data Center & Co-Location Providers
- Internet Service Providers, Carriers & Operators
- Government Agencies and Enterprises within the Healthcare, Educational & Financial Verticals
- CTOs, CIOs, CFOs and Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs)
- Network Architects/Engineers
- IT Managers and Directors
- Innovation minded executives
Space on this tour is limited. NOTE: There is a $45 fee to add this tour to your registration.
To support the wireless needs of the stadium’s digitally connected patrons, AT&T Stadium has built a record breaking Distributed Antenna System (DAS) network infrastructure to meet the capacity demands of mobile users. At the 2015 College Football National Championship game AT&T Stadium broke the record for the most wireless data traffic at a single sporting event, carrying over 6 Terabytes of wireless traffic.
Building such a network required hundreds of access points throughout the stadium and miles of fiber optic cabling, plus three interconnect rooms. To support the stadium’s world record-sized video board, plus more than 3,700 other monitors throughout the stadium, AT&T Stadium hosts a 3000-square-foot data center that coordinates video traffic within the stadium and between content delivery networks and broadcasters.
TIA is proud to offer an opportunity for those attending TIA 2015 to get a behind-the-scenes look at the DAS and Data Center infrastructure supporting the stadium’s Texas-sized networking needs. Space on this tour is limited. NOTE: There is a $45 fee to add this tour to your registration. Register now!