By 2016, WiFi and mobile are expected to represent 61 percent of IP Traffic on the Internet. Paul Reynolds, president of Communications Management Associates (CMA), will discuss technology that may help offset the expected bandwidth explosion (http://bit.ly/Zbco2g).
Reynolds, a 25-year telecommunications veteran and noted expert in microcell technology, will be the featured speaker for the Technology Association of Georgia’s (TAG) Infrastructure Society presentation, “Microcell Technology: A Long-Term Solution to Mobile Bandwidth Demand,” scheduled Wednesday, February 27 from 11:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Ravinia Club in Atlanta. To register for the event please visit the Technology Association of Georgia website signup page at:s01.123signup.com/servlet/SignUp?P=15219...1974182300&Info= . The event is open to the public.