March 23, 2016 | Palo Alto, CA
The Telecom Council of Silicon Valley is hosting a roundtable meeting discussing “What’s Up With Satellites?“, which will be moderated by Jason Rainbow, Editor of SatelliteFinance. The Telecom Council of Silicon Valley is an organization that connects decision makers across the telecom value chain – from carriers and vendors to entrepreneurs and investors – to build relationships and improve the business of telecom.
The growth of the Internet, the IoT, and connected devices has increased the addressable market far beyond what was expected when the satellites were launched. So what’s going on with high-flying radio towers today?
Join us at our Roundtable discussion of satellites, and Low Earth Orbits in particular, as we discuss what’s been going on, and what the potential is for communications services, network providers, imaging, Space aaS, and other possible services. This panel will address what changes to expect from the LEO communication opportunity and brainstorm some futuristic uses of satcom.
Eric Stark, National Sales Manager at ViaSat
Fernando Nocedal, Director of Business Development at General Dynamics SATCOM
Sean Hopkins, Sales Engineer at Sandvine
Michael O’Connor, Chief Executive Officer at Satelles
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The Telecom Council of Silicon Valley is an organization that connects decision makers across the telecom value chain – from carriers and vendors to entrepreneurs and investors – to build relationships and improve the business of telecom.
Telecom Council Roundtable discussions provide a unique opportunity for telecom and wireless decision makers to network with decision makers in the space, review some new technologies, contribute to the discussion, and get answers from topic experts.