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Webinar: Beyond Wires — 5 Wireless WAN Strategies for APAC Businesses

October 15, 2020

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Event Description

Cloud services, IoT devices, and greater mobility are pushing businesses beyond the boundaries imposed by wired networks. Each of these are driving demand for higher availability, increased network capacity, and better operational flexibility. Wireless WANs, based on the capabilities of 4G LTE and more powerful 5G technology, should become an essential part of a company’s digital transformation.

Learn about the business challenges and needs that Wireless WANs address, hear research-based insight into wireless connectivity in the Australian market, and discover some of the innovation that wireless network infrastructure can enable.

This webinar will cover:

  • The evolution of WAN
  • Australian market analysis – New Telsyte research
  • 5 strategies for Wireless WANs
  • Analyst industry trends and forecast
Speakers
Daniel Polomka, APAC Channel Sales Lead, Cradlepoint

Daniel is the Channel Sales Lead for Cradlepoint Australia and New Zealand. He has over 15 years of experience in the Australian mobile market and has been directly involved with the launch of 3G, 4G, and now 5G technologies. He has previously worked with corporate, government, and enterprise customers for global companies such as Optus/Singtel, BlackBerry, ZTE, and Siemens.

Foad Fadaghi, Managing Director and Principal Analyst, Telsyte

Foad is Telsyte’s managing director and principal analyst. He has over 20 years of experience reporting and analysing the technology industry. His experience crosses over into journalism, where he was the former technology editor for BRW magazine. Foad was formerly a Jupiter Research analyst and managing editor of Jupitermedia. Most recently Foad co-authored “Digital Nation,” a graphical book providing insights into technology adoption in Australia. Foad has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from UNSW.