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Connect X Brings 5G Industry Leaders Together

The Wireless Infrastructure Association’s annual conference, Connect (X), will take place May 23 through May 26 in Denver, Colo. According to the event website, Connect (X) is “the only business technology event in North America that unites the industry stakeholders who deliver infrastructure solutions for ubiquitous connectivity.” 

If you want to stay up to date on all things 5G, you’ll find plenty in store for you at Connect (X). The event hosts the end-to-end 5G supplier ecosystem, and every segment of the industry is represented. 

The purpose of Connect (X) is to engage with the latest thinking, experience the newest solutions, and connect with new partners. The goal is clear: to fulfill the promise of universal 5G connectivity.

“Connect (X) allows us to meet a lot of different people in a short period of time,” said Jay Brown, President and Chief Executive Officer of Crown Castle. 

“It brings our customers together, it brings our supplier chain together and enables our employees to connect with them around meetings at the event.”

You’ll find seven different conference tracks at the event. The right track for you depends on your industry and role. You’ll be able to learn more about your industry in interactive breakout sessions in these tracks: 

  • The Business of Infrastructure and Next-generation Networks
  • Capital and Finance
  • Community Connectivity
  • Policy & Regulation, Spectrum
  • Private Networks – Enterprises, Integrators & Property Owners
  • Technology Evolution – Fiber, RAN, Edge, Network Virtualization, 5G, and more
  • Workforce – Supplier Diversity, Apprenticeship, and Training, Recruitment

Connect (X) has a long list of speakers and exhibitors ready to share their expertise. Nine featured speakers include Brown and other executives in wireless eager to deliver keynotes. More than 60 session speakers will also be at the event to share their insight on topics facing the wireless industry. And that’s not all: More than 115 cutting-edge companies in the wireless industry are slated to exhibit during Connect (X). 

There will be several networking events during the week, beginning with the annual golf tournament on Monday, May 23. The golf tournament, which takes place at Fossil Trace Golf Club, is a chance for you to see friends and colleagues in the industry. Networking events, like the President’s Reception and the annual music movement and charity concert featuring the Gin Blossoms, are planned for every evening during the week.

Infinity Technology Solutions specializes in broadband and critical communications infrastructure development. We are a master distributor for Nokia and Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) in the U.S. We help our channel partners create private wireless networks 4G/5G, microwave backhaul systems, IP/MPLS, and optical networking technology.

Our partners span an array of industries, including transportation, utilities, oil & gas, service providers, public safety, and federal agencies.

Our mission is to provide the best project deployment support to our channel partners from the early stages of system planning through implementation and after-the-sale support.

Infinity provides solutions, services, and support through our highly skilled, in-house staff of critical infrastructure professionals. Our team includes system engineers, project managers, and technicians with extensive knowledge of network and system design who connect today’s technology with tomorrow’s innovations.

Connect (X) is a premiere event that brings together professionals and stakeholders from across the wireless industry. Fill out our contact form to schedule a time to meet up with the members of our team who will be at the event.

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