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New! Live Online Course on Nanoscale Communication Networks

New! Live Online Course on Nanoscale Communication Networks
 
 
New!
Nanoscale Communication Networks
How to Use IEEE 1906.1 for Improved Interoperability
 
Wednesday, 16 November 2016
9:00am to 4:30pm EDT 
Online course via WebEx
 
 
IEEE 1906.1-2015 has recently become a recommended practice for the Nanoscale and Molecular Communication Framework standard. Taught by Stephen Bush, Senior Scientist and Chair of IEEE P1906.1 and IEEE P1913, this new course is set to be the first of its kind to bring you in-depth knowledge of cutting-edge nanoscale communication networks.
 
The course will present a thorough coverage of the 20 standard metrics for nanoscale communication networks, discuss a reference model in the network simulation 3 (ns-3) to illustrate a practical embodiment of the standard, and finally, equip you with use-cases of the standard to demonstrate how the standard is applied in the real world. The use-cases covered will include a nano-intravital lab-on-chip, drug delivery, enhanced medical imaging, and nanosensor networks.
 
By mastering this course, you will be able to apply the standard to effectively improve interoperability of simulation modules and actual system components. We hope you enjoy this course!
 
 
 $250 IEEE ComSoc member 
$280 IEEE member • $330 non-member 
Limited Seating.
Registration closes on 14 November 2016.

You can earn 0.6 IEEE Continuing Education Units for participating.
 
Did you know? With an IEEE ComSoc membership, you can receive valuable discounts when you register for our courses. Not a member? Join IEEE and ComSoc now!
 

 

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Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and the Road to 5G

Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and the Road to 5G
 
Join us for a live online course on Wednesday, 9 November 2016, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm EST, to explore Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and the road to 5G.
 
As 5G evolves, NFV and SDN play a critical role as building blocks and roadmap for an increasingly user-centric and on-demand dynamic delivery, business-aware operation and service-oriented architecture in the fundamental paradigm shifts. In this one-day live online course, you will explore the end-to-end view of NFV and SDN, and learn about the vision, requirements, key enabling technologies and architectural considerations for 5G, along with transformations and new possibilities, challenges and realities, and timeline.   
  
If you are interested in a deep understanding of NFV, SDN, 5G, IoT, and their technologies, standardization work, roles, roadmap, research areas, and more, then come join us for a day of discovery, and learn about how NFV and SDN are leading the network transformation toward the future of 5G.

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 $250 IEEE ComSoc member 
$280 IEEE member • $330 non-member 
Limited Seating.
Registration closes on 7 November 2016.

You can earn 0.6 IEEE Continuing Education Units for participating.
 
Food for Thought
 
"By eliminating reliance on expensive proprietary hardware platforms, NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) and SDN (Software Defined Networking) promise to reduce service provider CapEx. In addition, both technologies can significantly slash OpEx due to a reduction in physical space, labor and power consumption." 
Source: The NFV, SDN & Wireless Network Infrastructure Market: 2016 – 2030 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies and Forecasts
 
“NFV- and SDN-related spend volume is forecast to ramp up in 2017, at which time use cases will be more defined and the cost benefits of using NFV and SDN will be more apparent. This will prompt holdout operators to jump on the bandwagon and aggressively pursue transformation with these technologies to avoid being left behind.”

according to Chris Antlitz, 
telecom senior analyst at TBR.  Source: NFV and SDN market to hit $158B by 2021.
 
Did you know? With an IEEE ComSoc membership, you can receive valuable discounts when you register for our courses. Not a member? Join IEEE and ComSoc now!
 

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A Workshop by Experts on Evolving Landscape of In-building Wireless Solutions

A Workshop by Experts on Evolving Landscape of In-building Wireless Solutions
 
Dear Colleague:
 
IEEE Princeton Central Jersey Section and IEEE Communications Society PCJS is pleased to announce a workshop to address In-Building Wireless Solutions and Services, which will be held November 14, at Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center, New Brunswick, NJ. 
 
The role of wireless technologies such 5G, LTE, WiFi, advanced DAS, small cells, indoor CPRI, Radio over Ethernet, and others to augment coverage and capacity will be addressed. The use of SDN/NFV for faster introduction of new services at lower deployment cost to enable delivery of value added services will also be considered. This presents an emerging opportunity for operators to work with venue owners, leverage IoT and an open collaborative environment for compelling ROI for new vertical-specific services. The day-long workshop will bring together the entire ecosystem – service providers, system OEMs, silicon, software and solution providers, analysts as well as members from academia and user community - to address opportunities and challenges. 
 
We invite you to attend and participate in this unique workshop to hear from experts and be informed about the evolving landscape of in-building wireless solutions, technologies, deployment use cases and business models for this emerging market.
 
Speaker and Registration information is provided below.

Best Regards,
Deepak Kataria
Secretary, IEEE Princeton Central Jersey Section
Vice-Chair, IEEE Communications Society Chapter PCJS
 


Call for Participation 
 
IEEE Workshop on In-Building Wireless Solutions, Rutgers University Inn and Conference
Center, 178 Ryders Ln, New Brunswick, NJ 08901, November 14, 2016
 

Learn More or Register Now >> 
 


CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
Workshop Keynotes, Invited Talks and Panel: Monday, November 14, 2016 
 
SPEAKERS:
  • Paula L. Doublin, AT&T (Keynote)
  • Chris Bastian, SCTE/ISBE
  • Caroline Chan, Intel
  • Edwin C Koehler, Avaya
  • Nicholas Karter, Qualcomm
  • Milind M. Buddhikot, Nokia Bell Labs, Wireless Research
  • K. Raghunandan, New York City Transit
  • Robert Ivanoff, New Jersey Wireless Association
  • Michael Collado, Wireless 20/20
  • Chong Zhou, ZTE USA
  • Mustafa Arslan, NEC Labs
  • Lijun Qian, Prarieview A&M University
  • Tony Tam, Fujitsu Network Communication
  • Narayan Menon, XCellAir
  • Ken Sandfeld, SOLiD
  • Xioafei Wang, InterDigital Communications
 
PANEL: 
 In-Building Wireless Solutions -- Opportunities and Challenges
 
REGISTRATION: 

The regular fee schedule is $75 (IEEE members) / $100 (non-IEEE members).
Registration fee for student member is $50.
 
For registration information, please visit http://ibwsworkshop.org/
 
SPONSOR: 
IEEE Princeton/Central Jersey Section 
 
TECHNICAL CO-SPONSORS: 
IEEE Communications Society 
IEEE Region 1 
IEEE Photonics Society 
IEEE Computer Society 
IEEE PCJS AP/ED/MTT Joint Chapter 
IEEE North Jersey Section 
IEEE New Jersey Coast Section 

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Learn about Air Force & DoD Share Key Priorities at MILCOM

Learn about Air Force & DoD Share Key Priorities at MILCOM
 
The MILCOM 2016 theme, Securing Communications at the Speed of Cyber, captures the importance of attending this event. The competing priorities of speed, security and cost must be addressed to ensure successful missions in the cyber domain. The challenges are many; what’s at stake is fundamental to freedom. 
 
At MILCOM, global security professionals face command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4I) challenges head on. They look at them from every angle and discuss them from end to end–research and development through future needs. The conference allows industry the opportunity to hear and understand the requirements, pace of change and state of play in a variety of C4I markets serving the military, federal agencies and multinational entities.
 
In addition to the more than 300 unclassified and restricted sessions, MILCOM features addresses by high-ranking officials.
LTG Alan R. Lynn, USA, Commander, Joint Force Headquarters - Department of Defense Information Networks
Major Gen Dwyer L. Dennis, USAF, Program Executive Officer for Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence and Networks, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center
MG Bruce T. Crawford, USA, Commanding General U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM)
MG John B. Morrison, Jr., USA, Commanding General, U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence and Commanding General, Fort Gordon
 
Join military and industry communications professionals in this evolving conversation 1-3 November 2016 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Maryland. While walking the nearly 30,000 square feet of industry exhibits, be sure to stop ComSoc booth #5017 for copies of our magazines, journals, conference and other society information on display. Learn more about the outstanding technical presentations, discussions, tutorials and exhibits at http://www.milcom.org. 
 

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