Washington, D.C., March 9, 2016 – CCA’s Mobile Carriers Show (MCS) will feature a comprehensive conference program focused on business strategies, technology innovations, policy initiatives and Internet of Things (IoT). MCS will take place at Music City Center in Nashville, April 13-15.
MCS, the evolution of CCA’s Global Expo, has expanded its conference program to include an IoT track that will explore revenue opportunities and network support for the proliferation of devices and increased traffic levels. Additional tracks include sessions focused on Business Development, Marketing/Customer Service, Policy and Technical. MCS also will feature partner seminars focused on topics including MVNO opportunities, mobile video and customer experience management.
In addition to IoT conference sessions, the exhibit floor will feature an IoT Connection Zone produced by 151 Advisors, featuring companies presenting case studies focused on agriculture, fitness, health, connected home, and fleet and asset tracking.
“CCA’s Mobile Carriers Show conference program is designed to provide strategies for maintaining a competitive edge and will feature insights from leading innovators in the mobile ecosystem,” said Steven K. Berry, president and CEO of CCA. “Our events are known for bringing the leaders in business, technology and policy together to discuss the most pressing issues in the mobile industry. This year’s MCS conference agenda promises to deliver insights and best practices that will benefit carriers and technology providers.”
Conference program sessions will discuss:
- Business Development – optimizing 4G and evolving to 5G; back office transformation for next gen services; trends in subscriber device ownership and financing;
- IoT – identify revenue opportunities; supporting IoT solutions and services; network implications, limitations, management;
- Marketing/Customer Service – brand messaging and engagements; use of metrics and analytics tools for competitive advantage;
- Technical – IP network opportunities including VoLTE, HD Voice, IMS core and Wi-Fi; network optimization; increases in data demand and combining Wi-Fi, LTE and unlicensed spectrum to deliver better customer experience;
- Policy – infrastructure deployment, licensed and unlicensed spectrum; policy challenges of 5G; the Broadband Opportunity Council Report, emerging state broadband initiatives and Universal Service Fund reform.
CCA is the nation’s leading association for competitive wireless providers and stakeholders across the United States. The licensed service area of CCA’s nearly 100 carrier members covers 95 percent of the nation. Visit http://www.ccamobile.org. #MCS2016
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