Unboxing 60GHz Unlicensed Technology: Considerations, Use Cases and Economics
Thursday, March 19, 2020
10:00 am New York / 2:00 pm London
In addition to delivering gigabit broadband to homes and business, millimeter wave (mmWave) fixed wireless has emerged as a key fiber extension technology and enabler of 5G backhaul and access. Most of the mmWave discussion centers on licensed spectrum, but there also exists a promising unlicensed band in the 60GHz range.
Join Jonathan Brady, Director of Sales for North America, CCS and Michael Kletchko, Head of Market Development, ADTRAN as they provide an overview of the unlicensed 60GHz technology including:
- Technical Considerations
- 60GHz Use Cases
- Compelling Economics of the Unlicensed Spectrum.
- Fixed and Mobile Broadband Trends
All registrants will receive a copy of Heavy Reading’s new whitepaper titled, “Fixed Wireless Access and Backhaul with Unlicensed 60GHz”.
Sterling Perrin, Principal Analyst – Optical Networking & Transport, Heavy Reading
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Sterling has more than 15 years' experience in telecommunications as an industry analyst and journalist. His coverage area at Heavy Reading is optical networking, including packet-optical transport. He also authors Heavy Reading's Packet-Enabled Optical Networking Market Tracker and Next-Gen Core Packet-Optical Market Tracker. Sterling joined Heavy Reading after five years at IDC, where he served as lead optical networks analyst, responsible for the firm's optical networking subscription research and custom consulting activities. Prior to IDC, Sterling worked for Standard & Poor's, where he delivered global industry analysis on a range of IT segments. He is a former journalist and editor at Telecommunications Magazine, and has also done consulting work for the research firm Current Analysis. Sterling is a frequent speaker at telecom industry events and a highly sought-after source among the business and trade press.
Jonathan Brady, Director of Sales for North America, CCS
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Jonathan Brady joined CCS in 2015 to lead its technical sales in North America. He has over 25 years’ experience in telecommunications, particularly focusing on RF/microwave/optical backhaul and transmission, small cell networks and indoor building solutions. Prior to CCS, Jonathan worked in technical sales and support roles for UtStarcom, CommWorks, US Robotics and the Irish Defense Forces. Jonathan is a graduate from the Irish Defense Forces Communications and Information corps where he obtained a Full Technology Certificate for Telecommunications from the City and Guild of London Institute.
Michael Kletchko, Head of Market Development, ADTRAN
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Michael holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and Master of Engineering credits in Telecommunications. He currently resides in California and has joined ADTRAN to maximize sales growth, expand FWA customers and opportunities. Michael began his career at Nortel in Toronto and Dallas in various engineering and sales leadership capacities then joined Ericsson in 2009 as VP Sales West Region. Michael has been in engineering and sales positions for over 34 years focused on ICT with Operators and OTT Silicon Valley players. He joins ADTRAN to expand their market capabilities in North America and globally.
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