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Blog Archive - April 2016
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Thursday, 5 May 2016, 2:00 PM EDT
What you need to know to create an M2M product
Online course via WebEx • $250 IEEE ComSoc member • $280 IEEE member • $330 non-member
You're about to explore the fascinating world of wireless Machine-to-Machine communications with our wireless expert, instructor, Lee Vishloff. This one-day live online course covers the most important facets you need to take into consideration when developing a new Machine-to-Machine product or service.
At the end of the course, you will be able to:
- Define M2M and clarify the main components that comprise a cellular M2M solution
- List the possible overall processes involved in bringing a solution to the M2M marketplace
- Describe the wireless technologies and hardware available and the selection criteria for a solution
- List steps to consider when designing the solution up front in preparation for ease of certification
- Describe the Over-the-Air Performance Considerations
- List the M2M platforms available to manage the SIMS/Devices
Visit www.comsoc.org/trainging for details
Fundamentals of 4G Small Cell Deployments
Online course via WebEx • $125 IEEE ComSoc member • $155 IEEE member • $180 non-member
In this half-day course, you will learn:
- How small cells will change the way the operator supports the network
- What the small cell system options are and the tradeoffs of each
- What small cells do for the consumer
- How small cells change the concept of traffic engineering
- And much more
Live Online Google Hangout:
Our session, entitled “Women Who: Lead. Engage. Inspire.” will be held 26 April 2016 at 1 pm EDT. This interactive panel of leaders with backgrounds in both university and technology sectors will speak candidly about how they are paving the way for a future of women engineers through leadership, mentoring, and investing in themselves.
Hosted by WIE ILC Founder and Chair and IEEE Senior Member, Nita Patel; and featuring Dr. Ramalatha Marimuthu, Head of the Department of Information Technology in the Kumaraguru College of Technology; Prof. Takako Hashimoto, Chiba University of Commerce; and Roxsana Hadjizadeh, Cisco. Register here http://bit.ly/WIEVEGH
Pre-Conference WIE ILC Virtual Track:
Featuring eight, live online talks focused on innovation and leadership, this interactive event is free and will be held 16-17 May 2016, from 9am-4pm EDT. WIE ILC virtual attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy highly interactive speakers designed to foster discussion and collaboration, as well as watch all 13 sessions from last year’s conference on-demand. Register here http://bit.ly/WIEVReg
• Multi-tier Network Secrecy in the Ether
3 Dynamic Live Online Courses in May
designed to help you meet the challenges in today's ever competitive wireless industry.
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This webinar series will focus on experiencing the Living Network –
how to create it through emerging 5G technologies and standards,
how to connect it through IoT interoperability and applications,
and how to live it through IoT and 5G use-cases.
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