Suzanne Rankine

Suzanne Rankine
Conference Researcher, LTE World Series,
Informa Telecoms & Media

The GSA recently reaffirmed LTE technology as the fastest developing mobile technology system ever. They noted that there was growth of more than 76 per cent for commercially launched LTE services on networks worldwide in the last year, with a total of 200 million LTE subscribers at the end of 2013.

It’s fair to say that the worldwide adoption and growth of LTE technologies has been phenomenal; but now is not the time to take our feet off the gas pedal. If we are to see continued growth of LTE and the development of more advanced services made possible by LTE-A and 5G, innovation is key.

To aid innovators world-wide, the LTE World Summit is inviting exciting new start-ups to pitch their services for free to a room full of LTE experts, potential customers, and investors from across the globe. For our audience, it’s a chance to hear from the world’s most promising young companies that are set to shake up telecoms.

Participate or nominate!

Do you work for an LTE start-up looking for exposure? Do you have a service you’d like to pitch? Or do you know an organisation with an innovative solution struggling to get noticed? You can
apply to take part in the Innovation Accelerator or even nominate a company.

To be eligible to take part the company must be at least ONE of the following:

Innovation Accelerator logo

  • Younger than three years old
  • Fewer than 15 people
  • Funded by venture or angel capital

If you fit the bill, make the most of this free exhibition summit, register to take part or nominate a company now!

Deadline for submissions will be on the 19th of March with the participants announced on the 20th March.

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