Oakton, VA – Vertix Consulting announces that its partner, Greg Weiner, will speak at the PCIA Wireless Infrastructure Show at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando, May 19-22. The event provides networking and collaboration opportunities as well as insights into developments in finance, policy, and technology. 

Mr. Weiner brings extensive consulting experience to the show’s Colocatable Structures for Small Cells panel as part of the show’s Building the Small Cell Architecture track on May 21 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Colocating small cells specifically means that small cells will be located in a variety of places, based on the need for capacity and coverage, and nearest to consumers. Because current small cells are not multi-host, multiple cells will have to be colocated on the same pole, street fixture, or building. This will require specific and specialized structures, fittings, and hardware. The panel will explore the opportunities, issues, and solutions presented by colocating small cells. 

“With the upcoming wave of small cells, wireless carriers are facing a significant shift in the way networks are designed, deployed, and operated,” states Mr. Weiner. “Our upcoming white paper, which we’ll present to and share with show attendees at PCIA, addresses the uncertainty and challenges clients face in these deployments, as well as our recommendations on what steps carriers can take to proactively develop their own comprehensive small cell strategy across the enterprise.”

If you’re interested in pre-requesting Vertix’s Small Cell white paper: Small Cell Technology Is Ready, Are Carrier Organizations? Click here, select “general inquiry,” and note “small cell white paper” in the comment box. 

The 2014 Wireless Infrastructure Show features networking and collaboration in a focused environment. Attendees can explore developments in finance, policy, and technology, learn from visionaries, meet with clients and prospects, evaluate new products and services, and ultimately gain a competitive advantage.

Who attends? 

  • 40% - Infrastructure Providers.
  • 20% - Carriers.
  • 20% - Professional Services.
  • 10% - Financial.
  • 10% - Others.

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