The Future Network – about us
What are the evolutions and innovations that will redefine the topographies and technologies of tomorrow’s wireless networks? And what are the implications for YOUR business?
The Future Network is a new community for thought leaders brave enough to imagine – and create – new business models, new solutions and new networks to serve tomorrow’s mobile market. Hosted under the Chatham House Rule to encourage openness and disclosure, The Future Network cuts through the hyperbole to identify what innovations can and are being rolled out, what the commercial and regulatory inhibitors are, who is best placed to break through those inhibitors, with a view to devising a common roadmap to realise the Digital Economy.
Brought to you by the team behind TowerXchange, a renowned community host and research resource used by 35,000 telecoms infrastructure decision makers, The Future Network is an online community, publication, and F2F networking platform for executives from mobile network operators, towercos, private network operators, macro and micro antenna developers, OEMs, neutral hosts, service providers, fibre and backhaul companies.
One of the current preoccupations of the market is the deployment of a heterogeneous network (HetNet) layer to infill and offload crowded macro networks. This HetNet is being deployed by a combination of mobile network operators, towercos and other neutral hosts.
The Future Network tracks case studies of trials and deployments around the world and engages with the project managers driving the deployment of small cells, active DAS, smart antennas and other infill and offload technologies. It engages fibre companies, OEMs and supportive sectors to promote investment in and development of this burgeoning market.
Our quarterly publication will showcase the leading future networks around the world, and our regional Meetups will unite the leaders of these projects to share knowledge and expertise to drive the commercial development of the sector by uniting key solution providers under one roof to do business and promote the future of the cellular network.