Frank Del Col to Moderate PCIA Panel on Machine to Machine Networking
May 13, 2014 – Jacksonville, Florida
TrueNet Communications announced today that its CEO, Frank Del Col will moderate a PCIA panel discussion on Machine to Machine networking. Panelists for the session called Speaking in Code: Exploring Options for the M2M Network include Barclay Knapp, CEO of M2M Spectrum Networks, John Horn, President of RacoWireless, Prince Niyyar, President of Commdex Consulting and John Sonnenberg, CEO of Raveon Technologies.
According to PCIA’s web site, “The Internet of Things is here and it is growing…FAST. Join the experts as they delve into how M2M will affect the current mobile networks and the opportunities for new networks, technologies and solutions. Learn why utilizing an LTE network is no longer the only choice and why different solutions will require different network capabilities. Investigate two very different paradigms for solving the inherent issues of a rapidly expanding M2M market of diverse devices and requirements.”
Produced by PCIA, The Wireless Infrastructure Show will take place May 19-22, 2014 at the Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando, Florida. If you’re planning to attend, please join Frank and the other members of the panel on Wednesday, May 21 – 2:30pm – 3:30pm.
About TrueNet Communications
TrueNet Communications is a leading provider of infrastructure planning, engineering and design, build, and technical support services to the Wireless, Wireline, Enterprise and Energy markets throughout North America. TrueNet is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. Through its affiliation TruEdge- Managed Services is a registered Trademark of TrueNet Communications Corp. For additional information, please visit www.truenetcommunications.com or contact:
About The Wireless Infrastructure Show
The Wireless Infrastructure Show attracts 100+ exhibitors, and more than 2,000 thought leaders and industry innovators from across the wireless infrastructure ecosystem. With more than 35 lectures, panels, roundtables and special events on a comprehensive selection of industry topics taught by leading industry experts, along with the dynamic exhibit hall, WIS showcases all of the most relevant infrastructure development tools, platforms and services helping to drive the industry forward. To learn more visit www.wirelessinfrastructureshow.com.
PCIA – The Wireless Infrastructure Association is the principal trade association representing the companies that make up the wireless telecommunications infrastructure industry. Its members include the carriers, infrastructure providers and professional services firms that own and manage more than 130,000 telecommunications facilities throughout the world.