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"MIT Central Coast Enterprise Forum presents: ‘And the Bandwidth Played On…’ panelists include ECE Prof. Dan Blumenthal"

Andrew M. Seybold, CEO & Principal Consultant, Andrew Seybold, Inc., Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, UCSB

February 16th (Wednesday), 5:00pm
Cabrillo Pavilion Arts Center, 1118 E Cabrillo Blvd, Santa Barbara


AT&T reported that only 3 percent of its iPhone-installed base was using 40 percent of the bandwidth being consumed by iPhones on its network. Verizon CEO predicts wireless devices will grow from 1 Billion devices to 10 Billion in a matter of 5 years. By 2014 CEA Projects U.S. consumers will purchase nearly 30 million internet-connected TVs and the worldwide figure will reach upwards of 185 Million.

The infrastructure is getting maxed due to greater/accelerated use of the network for live video, videos streaming, and general growth of smart phones. The devices that attach to the internet are growing exponentially. And what we do with these devices is changing and requiring more bandwidth than ever before.

PRESENTER:
Andrew M. Seybold, CEO & Principal Consultant, Andrew Seybold, Inc.

PANELISTS:

  • Daniel J. Blumenthal, Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering, UCSB
  • Jay Hennigan, Director of Network Engineering, Impulse Advanced Communications
  • Bob Fasulkey, Vice President of Engineering, Digital West Networks, Inc.

MODERATOR:
Jacques Habra, CEO, Noospheric LLC

COSTS:
Student: $15.00
Regular: $30.00
At the Door: $40.00
Parking: $3.00

About Andrew M. Seybold, CEO & Principal Consultant, Andrew Seybold, Inc.:

PRESENTER: Andrew M. Seybold, CEO & Principal Consultant, Andrew Seybold, Inc. Seybold, is the mobile wireless industry's trusted resource for strategic consulting, research, and analysis and will be addressing the issue of bandwidth limitations on February 16th at the Cabrillo Arts Pavilion on behalf of the MIT Central Coast Forum. Mr. Seybold is an internationally renowned expert in the field of mobile technology, network infrastructure, and has for some time predicted that the wired and wireless internet will quickly reach points of constraint. PANELISTS: Daniel J. Blumenthal, Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering, UCSB Jay Hennigan, Director of Network Engineering, Impulse Advanced Communications Bob Fasulkey, Vice President of Engineering, Digital West Networks, Inc. MODERATOR: Jacques Habra, CEO, Noospheric LLC

Hosted by: MIT Central Coast Enterprise Forum