Wireless Telecommunications Symposium Returns for the Sixteenth Year
CHICAGO, IL : The 16th annual Wireless Telecommunications Symposium WTS 2017 will take place April 26-28, 2017 at the Holiday Inn Chicago Mart Plazain Chicago, Illinois. WTS brings together leaders and experts from companies, governmental agencies, and universitiesaround the world to exchange information on advances in mobilecommunications and wireless networking technology, management, policy, applications,and security. This year’s theme is Global Wireless Communications: Present and Future.
WTS 2017 will include executive presentations;an Internet of Things panel discussion;a 5G mobile communications tutorial;research presentations; social events; catered lunches, receptions, and dinners; and a tour of Argonne National Laboratory. Speakers from many organizations including Cisco, IBM, AT&T, and Nokia Bell Laboratories will be represented.
WTS 2017 welcomes organizations to promote their name, products, and services as event co-sponsors. For information please contact Dr. Carlos Navarrete at email@example.com.
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