Upcoming Wi-Fi Event: Wi-Fi Mobility SymposiumBy CWNP On 01/12/2012 - 15 Comments
If Wi-Fi is your game, you don’t want to miss the Tech Field Day Wi-Fi Mobility Symposium on Wednesday, January 25. Industry expert (CWNE and CCIE-Wireless) Andrew VonNagy, will be co-moderating the event with an industry slug, yours truly. Expect some rousing, friendly debate, loads of pertinent information, and interactive Q&A to address everything you want to know.
Though Andrew and I will be facilitating the discussion as moderators, the real superstars will be the panel of experts from WLAN vendors Aerohive, Aruba, HP, Ruckus, and other panelists (TBD).
Other than Wi-Fi, what will we be talking about?
- BYOD —All things mobile and the challenges facing enterprises with the growth of mobile Wi-Fi devices
- Gigabit Wi-Fi — Forthcoming Wi-Fi standards that demolish the gigabit barrier, including 802.11ac and 802.11ad
- Hotspot 2.0 — Industry initiatives and technologies that seek to ease the security, ease of use, and manual selection problems with modern hotspots
If time permits, we may also tackle the all-important question: does Wi-Fi really kill sperm? If time permits…
This should be a superb chance to get your fill of all things Wi-Fi. The Tech Field Day folks will be broadcasting the Symposium live (links will be available from the Symposium home page) for your viewing pleasure. If you’re in the San Jose area, tickets for live attendance are available and free of charge (details on Symposium page).
Set your calendar. Notify your boss. Prepare for Wi-Fi goodness.
If that isn’t enough for you, on the Thursday and Friday following the Symposium, Tech Field Day’s Wireless Field Day 2 occurs. WFD2 will include live streaming presentations and interactive discussion with enterprise vendors.Tagged with: Tech Field Day, Hotspot 2.0, WFD2, Wi-Fi Mobility Symposium, BYOD, Gigabit Wi-Fi
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