Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C.: FCC Commissioner To Give Federal Perspectives About Regional Wireless Networks

9th Annual Midwestern Telecommunications & Technology Conference in Milwaukee

Who: FCC Commissioner Michael Copps and other technology and policy authorities will offer perspectives on the wireless phenomenon sweeping the nation.

What: Midwestern Telecommunications & Technology Conference will focus on policy and technology behind the development of regional broadband wireless networks in Milwaukee and across the state.

When: 7:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

Where: Marquette University Alumni Memorial Union, Floor 2, Grand Ballroom
1442 West Wisconsin Ave.

Contact: Karl Robe, (414) 274-3008 or [email protected]

MILWAUKEE – FCC Commissioner Michael Copps will headline the 9th Annual Midwestern Telecommunications & Technology Conference April 4 at Marquette University.

Following Copps’ federal perspective, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and Chief Information Officer Randy Gschwind will speak on the Milwaukee Wireless Initiative and its potential to become a national model for municipalities seeking to join the wireless race.

Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker and Public Policy Forum President Jeff Browne will kick off the morning conference. Dan Cusik, regional manager of Wireless Advanced Technology Cisco Systems, Inc., will end the conference with a presentation on the technical components of a wireless network.

The conference is presented by Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C., Public Policy Forum, and Marquette University.

To attend the conference, contact Karl Robe at (414) 274-3008 or [email protected]