Wednesday, July 6, 2016

New Speakers Confirmed for Spectrum Futures, Singapore 19-21 October 2016

New Confirmed Speakers:
Leo Sugandhi, spectrum frequency planning analyst for mobile services at Directorate of Spectrum Planning and Policy; Ministry of ICT, West Java Province, Indonesia
B. Shadrach, Independent Consultant, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Asia Coordinator, Alliance for Affordable Internet, New Delhi Area, India
Mr. Sushil Kumar, IoT standards and implementation, Telecommunication Engineering Center, Department of Telecom (DoT),  India. (will speak about IoT opportunities in India in several industries)
Syed Ismail Shah, Chairman, Pakistan Telecommunications Authority, Pakistan

Confirmed Speakers:
Chris Weasler, Facebook, Director of Global Connectivity
Greg Leon, Google Product Manager
Jay Fajardo, Founder, LaunchGarage
Praveen Sharma, Tata Communications, Head of Regulatory Affairs
Rajan S. Mathews, Cellular Operators Association of India, Director General
Shrinath V, Product Management & Design Thinking Consultant and Google Developer Expert
Mohamed El-Moghazi, National Telecom Regulatory Authority of Egypt, Director of Radio Spectrum Research and Studies
Camilo Alberto Jiménez Santofimio, Comisión de Regulación de Comunicaciones, Colombia, Senior Advisor
Reza Arefi, Intel Corporation, Director of Spectrum Strategy
Bob Horton, Horton Consulting, Director & Principal
Vern Fotheringham, V-Satcast, LLC, Executive Chairman
Josh Gordon, Red Pocket Mobile, President
Narendra K. Saini, Telecommunication Engineering Center (TEC), India, Chair - Smart Governance WG
Rajnesh Singh, Internet Society, Director, Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau
Muhammad Rashid Shafi, Multinet Pakistan (PVT.) LTD., CEO Global Business & Chief Strategy Officer
Devid Gubiani, Bolt Super 4G - PT First Media, CEO

New speakers will be added every week this summer. Join us at Spectrum Futures, sponsored by the Pacific Telecommunications Council.

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