October 31, 2013
For professionals in the technology industry, success depends heavily on gaining access to key individuals and other peers working in the same space. IT professionals need to network, collaborate and debate on important issues.
The Northeast DAS and Small Cell Association (NEDAS) is one organization that facilitates such dialogue by promoting a nonpartisan environment where attendees can gather and engage for learning and socializing purposes. Through public outreach programs and educational seminars related to the DAS and Small Cell industry, IT professionals can gain access to all of the resources needed to stay well-connected and one step ahead of the game.
Recent examples of successful NEDAS events have included a midsummer social at Red Sox announcer Jerry Remy’s restaurant next to Fenway Park in Boston as well as a Fall educational conference on Oct. 2 at the Kellogg Conference Center at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. The educational conference included guest speakers Prasad Ravi, CEO of INOC, Doug Wiest, EVP of Wireless at EdgeConneX, and Ahmed Abogendia, CEO of ATEC Wireless, amongst several other thought-leaders.
Next, NEDAS will join the Pennsylvania Wireless Association for a one-day conference on Nov. 6 at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. The event will be designed to promote DAS, E911 standards, public venues and challenges related to both DAS infrastructure and deployment. The event is open to all levels of the DAS industry, from beginners to experts.
Here is a list of upcoming NEDAS events for 2014:
- NEDAS Social: January 7, 2014; Philadelphia
- NEDAS Educational Summit and Social: April 2, 2014; New York
- NEDAS Social: July 16, 2014; Boston
- NEDAS Fall Training and Social: October 22, 2014; location TBD
For more information on NEDAS and to see how you can participate in the next event, please click here.
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