Hunter Newby, Allied Fiber CEO is speaking at Light Reading’s Ethernet Expo, taking place November 8-9 in New York City. Hunter will speak on the “New Backhaul Opportunities for Alternative Access Vendors (AAVs)” panel on Wednesday, November 9 at 10:05am. The panel will examine solutions wholesalers are pursing as backhaul capacity is being built for 3G and 4G. AAVs and MSOs have a more significant role in 3G and 4G builds then during 2G and early 3G expansion when LECs dominated the market. This session will also look at how AAVs are positioning their capabilities to meet SLA demands from wireless carriers.
The Ethernet Expo is an annual conference for the global Carrier Ethernet community. The conference will feature presentations, keynotes and panel discussions about all aspects of the growing and evolving Ethernet market. Last year’s conference had over 1,000 attendees from 25 countries.