United States cities like Kansas City, Chattanooga and Lafayette, Louisiana have built Gigabit Networks. How different will these networks be from greater than 100 megabit speeds available via cable modem or fiber optic internet service? And what are the high-bandwidth applications that will follow? Finally, what lessons have been learned from other nation's super-high capacity networks?
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.
This event is on the record and open to the public.
Founder & Co-Director
Senior Vice President
Network Engineering & Technical Operations
Gigabit Communities and Smart Cities
Sandel & Associates
Scott J. Wallsten
Vice President for Research & Senior Fellow
Technology Policy Institute