Terragraph & Wireless Broadband

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017 at 6:30 PM

TI Auditorium

PROGRAM

6:30 - 7:00 PM Networking & Refreshments
7:00 - 8:00 PM Talks
8:00 - 8:30 PM Panel Session
8:30 - 8:45 PM Speaker Appreciation & Adjournment

Chair: Saurabh Sureka
Organizer: Saurabh Sureka, Amit Butala
    

Speaker: Neeraj Choubey

Bio: Title: Terragraph A 60 GHz Wireless Network for Dense Urban
Neeraj Choubey is a product manager at Facebook and responsible for Terragraph. Neeraj has 20 years of experience in the wireless industry spanning infrastructure (Motorola), consumer electronics (Dell, Motorola), consulting (inCode) and venture capital (Venrock).

Title: Terragraph A 60 GHz Wireless Network for Dense Urban Environments

Abstract: Terragraph is Facebook's dense urban solution for high bandwidth connectivity. By utilizing the 60 GHz band, Terragraph efficiently distributes gigabits of bandwidth across a cityscape utilizing street level furniture and at a fraction of the cost of trenching fiber.

Speaker: Boris Maysel

Bio: Boris Maysel is an accomplished executive with 15 years’ experience in the field of telecommunication.
Boris went all the way in Siklu from the product idea, through its development, mass production, definition and execution of go-to-market strategy and acquiring partners to build profitable and sustainable business.
Boris serves as Siklu’s Director of Business Development. In his role he is responsible for spearheading company efforts to bring affordable gigabit connectivity everywhere working together with carriers, service providers, cities and municipalities.

Title: Why mmWave wireless is fiber-wireless

Abstract: As you may have seen, almost all carriers like VZ and AT&T joining the ranks of Google, FB and others who are exploring mmWave as a way to deliver ultra-fast broadband blazingly fast and at a fraction of the price of traditional fiber.
mmWave technology is already proving itself in a handful of cities. Consider that the fastest Internet in San Francisco is provided by Webpass (recently acquired by Google), a provider using a combination of millimeter wave radios and fiber to offer gigabit speeds. Take this opportunity to learn with us how mmWave wireless can deliver deliver multiple gigabit capacity, reliably and without interference or congestion.
Additionally, mmWave wireless tools can provide an incredible advantage simply because of the speed of deployment — weeks rather than months.