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With mobile data usage doubling in 2013 and showing no sign of slowing down, CTIA President and CEO Meredith Attwell Baker says consumers’ demands are fueling the need for spectrum in her SMW keynote remarks.
From smartphone adoption to LTE services, CTIA President and CEO Meredith Attwell Baker says the U.S. wireless industry leads the world in mobile services and investment during her keynote remarks at SMW 14.
At CTIA Super Mobility Week, Gary Epstein, Chair of the Incentive Auction Task Force, discusses the need for the FCC and Congress to find more creative ways to find more spectrum for the wireless industry. Visit the SMW highlights website for more videos, pictures and show coverage.
The CTIA Startup Lab announced the winners of its inaugural class at Super Mobility Week. Designed to help seed and growth stage startups secure accelerated connections and investments in the mobile industry, the 2014 CTIA MobileTalks Startup Showcase (first, second and third place) are: Overall Winners Karisma Kidz (London) Wickr (San Francisco) FreedomPop (Los Angeles) […]
At Super Mobility Week, South Dakota Public Utilities Commission Vice-Chairman Chris Nelson shares his insight on the appropriate balance of state regulation on the wireless industry, top priority issues, and his work as the chairman of the Telecommunications Committee of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners.
Angela Simpson, Deputy Assistant Secretary, NTIA, U.S. Department of Commerce, discusses its role in managing spectrum with an emphasis on innovation during a panel at CTIA Super Mobility Week.
FTC Commissioner Maureen K. Ohlhausen advises developers how to protect consumers’ privacy when designing apps at a Super Mobility Week panel.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith is developing a service using near field communication to authenticate sports souvenirs and memorabilia. He explains the product and how his company, Prova Group, believes it can be used by a wide variety of retailers affected by the $1.7 trillion in counterfeit losses that occur every year.