The 2015 Wireless Symposium & WiExpo to Offer Attendees Access to the 2015 International CES®
Arlington, Va. (November 19, 2014)—The 2015 Wireless Symposium & WiExpo, produced by NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association and the Rural Wireless Association (RWA), is pleased to announce that it is co-locating with the 2015 International CES®, produced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®.
Attendees of the 2015 Wireless Symposium & WiExpo, to be held on January 4–6 in Las Vegas, Nev., will gain an expanded view of the technologies that motivate the wireless industry through access to both the WiExpo and 2015 CES show floor. CES, scheduled for January 6–9, will include more than 3,200 exhibitors showcasing the tech ecosystem across 20 product categories.
“The wireless industry is growing by leaps and bounds as consumer demand increases,” said NTCA Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Shirley Bloomfield. “Co-locating the Wireless Symposium & WiExpo with the 2015 International CES is an invaluable opportunity for NTCA members. Access to both events gives them the opportunity to learn what is new in the industry and ways to ensure that they stay competitive in the marketplace.”
“The value of the Wireless Symposium & WiExpo for our members continues to grow since RWA and NTCA began co-locating the meeting with the International CES last year,” said RWA CEO Tanya Sullivan. “Attendees are able to check out the latest in consumer technology while also discussing the most critical issues facing the rural wireless industry face-to-face with their peers.”
NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association is the premier association representing nearly 900 independent, community-based telecommunications companies that are leading innovation in rural and small-town America. NTCA advocates on behalf of its members in the legislative and regulatory arenas, and it provides training and development; publications and industry events; and an array of employee benefit programs. In an era of exploding technology, deregulation and marketplace competition, NTCA’s members are leading the IP evolution for rural consumers, delivering technologies that make rural communities vibrant places in which to live and do business. Because of their efforts, rural America is fertile ground for innovation in economic development and commerce, education, health care, government services, security and smart energy use. Visit us at www.ntca.org.
RWA is a trade association representing rural wireless carriers who each serve fewer than 100,000 subscribers. RWA’s members have joined together to speed delivery of new, efficient, and innovative telecommunications technologies to the populations of remote and underserved sections of the country. www.ruralwireless.org.