WISPAPALOOZA, an annual conference and tradeshow dedicated to the Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) industry, today announced that FCC Commissioner
In connection with the 10th anniversary of WISPA's founding, Commissioner Pai will speak about the important role that WISPs play in expanding Internet access to all Americans. Commissioner Pai will also discuss how WISPs help to spur economic growth and job creation, particularly in rural America, and what the
"We are gratified to have Commissioner Pai keynote at our event this year. He has been a terrific supporter of unlicensed spectrum and has a keen sense of how spectrum can enable jobs, innovation and educational opportunities," said WISPA Board Member Elizabeth Bowles. "Commissioner Pai's Keynote will be a great topic of discussion as WISPA celebrates its 10th anniversary."
Commissioner Pai joined the
Prior to joining the
Commissioner Pai holds a law degree from the
Commissioner Pai grew up in
For more information and to register for the event visit http://www.WISPAPALOOZA.org.
WISPAPALOOZA is an annual conference and tradeshow dedicated to the Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) industry. The conference attracts more than 1,000 attendees, 100 exhibitors/sponsors and over 50 business, regulatory and technical learning sessions.
WISPA is a membership-driven trade association that promotes the development, advancement and unity of the wireless Internet service provider industry. WISPA has over 800 members that support WISPA's advocacy, education and other collaborative industry initiatives. For more information, visit http://www.wispa.org.
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