Heavy Reading's Berge Ayvazian to Co-Chair TIA 2013's Mobility and Broadband Capacity Track

Oct 1, 2013

BOSTON, Oct. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Berge Ayvazian, Senior Consultant for Heavy Reading, will co-chair the Mobility and Broadband Capacity Track on October 8-10 at TIA 2013 in Washington, DC. Heavy Reading is proud to be a Research Partner of TIA 2013. View the agenda here.

Mr. Ayvazian will co-chair this track alongside Mark Lowenstein, Managing Director, Mobile Ecosystem, and will have the opportunity to moderate sessions that will offer new insight on how service providers can monetize their mobile broadband networks and drive down costs as well as explore changes in the supply chain and more.

"Participating in the Mobility and Broadband Capacity Track at TIA 2013 allows me to contribute insight to a wide range of topics," commented Ayvazian, "including the Wireless industry's top trends, how collaboration and software defined networks will change global supply chains, and how to ensure successful service providers roll-outs small cell and DAS architectures." Key players in the industry will participate in these sessions, including senior management from AT&T, Verizon, Ciena, SpiderCloud Wireless, Comcast, AHCIET, Goodman Networks and others.

Ayvazian will moderate the following sessions:

Quality & Supply Chain: Disruptions in the Supply Chain, or Why it Pays to Stay Ahead of the Game
One of the key sessions Ayvazian will chair will address how business models in the communications world have shifted dramatically, and how traditional supply chain ecosystems are evolving. This panel includes Tim Harden, President of Supply Chain at AT&T, who will be discussing Domain 2.0, AT&T's next generation of its Supplier Domain Program.

The Basics: Mobility & Broadband Capacity 101: Wireless Industry's Top Trends
Another TIA session will provide expert perspectives on the technology and where it's headed, including small cells, street furniture, backhaul, 4G/LTE networks, sensor networks and more.

Best Practices: Thinking Big by Thinking Small: Real-World Perspectives on DAS and Small Cell Deployments
This session will explore the key reasons service providers are embracing small cell and DAS architectures so aggressively, deployment considerations necessary to ensuring successful roll-outs, and how leading services organizations are evolving their solution portfolios to enable them to most effectively support service providers in the deployment of small cell and DAS deployments.

  • Moderator: Berge Ayvazian, Senior Consultant, Heavy Reading
  • Kelley Carr, Sr. Vice President, DAS Solutions, Goodman Networks

As Senior Consultant for Heavy Reading, Ayvazian is currently conducting research and consulting projects on the convergence of broadband and mobility and the evolving business strategies of mobile service providers and their technology vendors. He leads Heavy Reading's integrated 4G/LTE Network and Mobile Internet practice to help operators to develop their 4G technology roadmaps building on existing Heavy Reading research in mobile RAN, backhaul, packet core, cloud and hosted service platforms. Ayvazian is also a regular contributor of analyst notes and webcasts on the Light Reading portal. He is the Chairman of UBM's 4G World conferences in the U.S., India and Asia, and a frequent speaker at Light Reading, UBM Tech and other telecom industry events worldwide.

To request a meeting with Berge Ayvazian at TIA 2013, please contact him directly at Berge.Ayvazian@ubm.com.

Jennifer Baker
Marketing Director, Heavy Reading

About Heavy Reading (www.heavyreading.com)
Heavy Reading is an independent market research organization offering quantitative analysis of telecom technology to carriers, service providers, and vendors. Our remit is to provide the comprehensive competitive analysis needed today for the deployment of profitable networks based on next-generation hardware and software. This information is compiled via exhaustive surveys of both vendors' products and service-provider decision makers.  Heavy Reading is a research division of UBM Tech. 

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