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1st Global Diversity and Investment Summit

Venture investors and BIPOC entrepreneurship experts share strategies for entrepreneurs of color on how to start and scale. Please join Woodside Capital Partners' Managing Partner Tricia Salinero and co-panelists at the inaugural Global Diversity and Investment Summit on Friday, June 18, 2021, 10 am-12 pm PDT. Woodside Capital Partners is the leading corporate finance advisory firm for […]

Join 5G Things Forum 2021 at Ericsson D-15

A virtual experience on June 23 Join 5G Things Forum 2021 at Ericsson D-15—A virtual experience on June 23. Technological advances in 5G networks, the Internet of Things (IoT) and edge allow businesses to think beyond the limits of their imaginations and uncover unprecedented opportunities. Join Ericsson 5G Things where we will explore what has been […]

What’s Your Competitive Edge?!

This Event is ONSITE and ONLINE! Hosted by: At every growth stage of your business, understanding and protecting your competitive edge is imperative to leverage the market and protect your business from competitors. In this interactive format, Shmuel Silverman, CEO, and Founder of Multi-Innovation, will discuss the importance of having a competitive edge, how to […]

Broadband in Underserved Rural Areas – 2021

A conversation on solving the connectivity problem for millions of people in the US The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the critical nature of access to fast and affordable internet service. As a result, demand for high-speed internet access, defined as "broadband," has soared to new heights. One measurement found that the pandemic drove almost a […]

OpenWiFi – The Next Wi-Fi Revolution

Wi-Fi seems to be the perfect broadband connectivity option. The spectrum is always free to use and constantly expanding. The standards have always been advancing rapidly and interoperation between the billions of Wi-Fi devices is excellent. Yet something fundamental is missing that hinders even wider adoption. Why? Because each Wi-Fi device is actually an isolated silo, where the chipset, hardware, firmware and cloud are all proprietary and cannot be separated.