Convergence in electronic devices has accelerated. Televisions, telephones and computers are all digital devices sharing content. How can the nation’s wireless policies better advance connected homes?
In this provocative session moderated by Drew Clark, Chairman and Publisher of BroadbandBreakfast.com, experts will consider the issue of broadband adoption for consumers, particularly in the home.
On the heel of the Consumer Electronics Show, part of the discussion will be about devices, from the Droids to the iPhones to the laptops to the televisions. Part of the discussion will be about the networks -- both wired and wireless -- and how high-capacity networks feed an ecosystem that enables more powerful uses for a range of consumer-friendly applications.
This session aims to stich together both the "wired home" and the "wireless policy" discussions on broadband. We will consider licensed and unlicensed radio frequencies for mobile-friendly devices, and high-capacity uses (e.g. health care and video conferencing), for landlines and for wireless broadband.
Telecommunications advocates, policy-makers, journalists, top officials and the general public, all seeking to trade insights on these important issues, are invited to attend this event of the Broadband Breakfast Club, which includes full American and Continental breakfasts, for as little as $45.00, plus a modest registration fee.
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