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MuniWireless07: New England
Turning Ideas Into Action

June 3-5, 2007

Newton Marriott ‚Äö?Ñ?¨ Newton, Massachusetts


No longer are municipalities debating whether to deploy public wireless as part of their broadband strategies; today, it’s all about how to turn those plans into wireless initiatives that deliver real value. This conference — the second in MuniWireless’ 2007 conference program ‚Äö?Ñ?¨ focuses on how to make ideas and strategies immediately actionable.

Register today for MuniWireless07: New England, and learn what communities in New England, throughout the country and around the world are already doing to make public wireless networks a reality. Our expert-led sessions combine high-level insight with nitty-gritty attention to details to help municipalities, service providers, systems integrators and technology vendors collaborate more effectively on wireless networks for the public good.

Conference Highlights:

  • CIO Panel
  • Real-world case studies of municipal wireless in action
  • Digital Inclusion workshop
  • Technical trends in WiMax, WiFi and security
  • Transformative Applications, including Public Safety, Voice over WiFi and Education
  • Service Provider workshops
  • Funding strategies
  • Hands-on workshop for VARs and systems integrators
  • Keynote addresses from elected officials, municipal IT and major industry players
  • Findings from new MuniWireless market research

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Jim Baller, Senior Principal, Baller Herbst Law Group
  • Sharon Cates-Williams, CIO of Suffolk County, New York
  • Stephen Conley, Director of IT, Boston Red Sox
  • John Cureton, Principal, UHP Wireless Networks
  • Jim Daniell, OpenAir Boston
  • Bill Davis, CIO, Bridgewater (Mass.) State College
  • Karl Edwards, President, Excelsio Communications
  • Sharon E. Gillett, Head of the Department of Telecommunications and Cable, State of Massachusetts
  • Mary Hart, CIO, City of Cambridge
  • Charles Hewitt, CIO, City of Providence, Rhode Island
  • Stephen Howe, V.P. of. Corporate Strategy, EarthLink Municipal Networks
  • Jim McKenna, CEO, Red Zone Wireless
  • Michael Merrill, Selectman, Town of Brookline, Massachusetts
  • Carl Nerup, executive director, business development, emerging services, AT&T
  • Bill Oates, CIO, City of Boston
  • Pam Reeve, CEO, OpenairBoston
  • Cole Reinwand, VP Product Strategy and Marketing, EarthLink Municipal Networks
  • Anthony Rodrigues, CIO, City of Malden, Mass
  • Donna Sorgi, Assistant Corporation Counsel, City of Boston
  • Richard Thompson, CIO, State of Maine
  • Stefan Weitz, Director of Planning for MSN, Microsoft Corp.
  • Brian Worobey, VP information systems, Boston Museum of Science
  • …and, of course, Esme Vos, founder,

Register today!

For more information:
Registration: Rhett Hall, (516) 640-5091 x225, rhett[[at]]
Speaking/panel opportunities: Joe Panettieri, (516) 640-5091 x223, joe[[at]]
Sponsorship opportunities: Amy Katz, (978) 468-0092, amy[[at]]

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