Technology working groups

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Three unique buyer-led task forces tackling technology-related issues and limitations


Working group Time

RMS, site management and site surveillance – 12.00 – 13.00, Tuesday 4 April


Back-up power and energy efficiency – 14.10 – 15.10, Tuesday 4 April


Small cells and DAS 11.45 – 12.45, Wednesday 5 April


Designed to enable peer-led evaluation of technologies by tower owners themselves, seats at the central table are strictly reserved for executives from MNOs and towercos or invited event sponsors and exhibitors.

Our priority for these sessions is to elicit the requirements and experiences of MNOs and towercos – to learn from their challenges and successes. If you are an MNO or towerco in attendance we invite you to take part in these highly constructive debates as we map out product limitations, requirements and trials and act as a focussed industry task force. Similarly, if you are in the process of evaluating different suppliers prior to making a procurement decision, the working groups will equip you with vital information and key questions to ask when assessing different vendors.

After information gathering from the MNOs and towercos, we invite selected vendors to enter the discussion, succinctly sharing their perspectives and tailored solutions/ product developments to address some of the issues raised.

All vendors have been notified prior to the event as to their eligibility to join this session. If you have not been notified, you will be unable to actively participate in the discussion but we invite you to take a seat around the edge of the room to listen to the session. Please contact Annabelle Mayhew [email protected] to discuss eligibility.

Due to the popularity of these sessions, we request that only one person per company join each working group.

Why join?

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TowerXchange Meetup Europe 2017 post event report