Presentation Summary: Broadband internet is the electricity of the 21st century. It brings growth, prosperity and better quality of life wherever it goes. Yet, according to US Census Bureau estimates,
Presentation Summary: Broadband internet is the electricity of the 21st century. It brings growth, prosperity and better quality of life wherever it goes. Yet, according to US Census Bureau estimates, almost half of Native Americans living on tribal lands are still deprived of this utility so essential for prosperity. The extended pandemic has exposed the digital divide like never before and underscored the importance of high-speed internet, whether it is for remote learning, tele-health, or community engagement in compliance with health and safety guidelines. The good news is that Teltech and Nokia have a cost-effective solution available now to bridge the digital divide for tribes. In this webinar, we will share how tribes can benefit from this dedicated internet solution that uses best-in-class broadband wireless technology and funds from the federal government.
Presenter: Pedro Tozzi Calvao, Private Wireless Business Development, Cloud and Network Services at Nokia
Presenter’s Bio: Pedro Tozzi Calvao works in private wireless business development for Nokia. He has 10 years of experience working on smart cities and network technology in North and South America. Pedro is currently working to help communities and industries in the U.S. gain better access to private wireless networks.
Presenter: Randal May, Senior Enterprise Business Manager
Presenter’s Bio: Randal May is a senior Enterprise Business Manager, with 22 years of wireless industry experience in RF Engineering and System Design as well as Deployments. Having designed and deployed Cell Site and Small Cell Networks for both Verizon Wireless and Nokia, Randal is now working to deploy these private networks for underserved communities.
Presenter: Mike Meagher, President, Teltech Group
Presenter’s Bio: As the President of Teltech Group, Mike Meagher is responsible for establishing plans and strategies to achieve profitable growth objectives. Mike has over 20 years of leadership and experience in the telecommunications industry holding executive positions in operations, sales and finance for Ericsson and Nortel Networks. In his most recent role, Mike was responsible to develop the strategy and design the infrastructure for Ericsson’s Factory of the Future, leveraging 5G technology and Industrial IoT to onshore 5G radio production inside the United States. Mike received his MBA with a Finance concentration from Southern Methodist University and his BBA with a Finance concentration from the University of Texas at Arlington.
(Tuesday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm