At this inaugural Tower & Fiber Forum roundtable event at MWC Las Vegas we welcome you to join us to discuss and debate 4 important topics affecting the world of communications infrastructure:
-New Cell Site Rollout/Overview of scale, macro vs small cells, operator OPEX plans
-Overview, challenges and opportunities surrounding fiber including rural fiber
-Overview, challenges and opportunities of digital Infrastructure
-Managing the underlying real assets (leases/contracts/data) for the 5G era
If you would like to take a seat at the table please register here - seats at the table are limited however we have observer seats also in the room so everyone can benefit from the discussion.
Roundtable topics will be presented to you by:
Jonathan Adelstein is the Managing Director and Head of Global Policy and Public Investment for Digital Bridge. Jonathan was President and CEO of WIA for 10 years before joining Digital Bridge in June of 2022. He is an authority in the industry and trusted by many business leaders and policymakers as a reliable source and advisor for all aspects of digital infrastructure.
Chaz Kramer, VP of Product Management for Zayo, is an experienced product manager and commercial leader for digital infrastructure and telecommunications. Chaz leads Zayo's Fibre and Transport Product Portfolio. In addition he has vast experience in: long haul dark fiber expansion including rural expansion; hyperscale ecosystem development; and E-Rate and other federal funding vehicles.
Tom Leddo serves as Chief Strategy Officer for MD7. Tom is driven by the possibilities of connected technologies for people throughout the world and understands what it takes to make that happen. He is responsible for realizing the strategic priorities of MD7, and enables all stakeholders to clearly visualize the industry’s objectives. Tom has seen digital communications expand to connect the world today and is paving the path for the advanced technologies of connectivity for tomorrow.
Jesse Nichols is a Managing Director in Houlihan Lokey’s Global Technology Group focusing on the Digital Infrastructure space. Houlihan Lokey’s Digital Infrastructure team is one of the most active advisors in the sector, having provided counsel on more than 25 transactions totalling approximately $13 billion in 2021 and having been active in the sector for more than 20 years. The practice covers numerous industry subsectors, including fiber, fixed wireless, cable, data centers, managed services, wireless infrastructure, wireless and spectrum, digital infrastructure services, and communications software.