Wireless Companies Get Help Making Money.PALO ALTO Palo Alto, city, California
Palo Alto (păl`ō ăl`tō), city (1990 pop. 55,900), Santa Clara co., W Calif.; inc. 1894. Although primarily residential, Palo Alto has aerospace, electronics, and advanced research industries. , Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 7, 1995-- Killen Killen can refer to:
1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. Michael Killen, President of Killen & Associates, "This is the most extensive and comprehensive package of insights ever assembled as·sem·ble
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1. To bring or call together into a group or whole: assembled the jury.
2. to help wireless service and equipment companies do what matters most -- make money.
Killen's statement rings true. The report/video provides insights into the issues most on the minds of top wireless communications wireless communications
System using radio-frequency, infrared, microwave, or other types of electromagnetic or acoustic waves in place of wires, cables, or fibre optics to transmit signals or data. executives: -0-
-- Technology selection - TDMA, GSM's version of TDMA, CDMA, or AMPS. -- Vendor selection - AT&T Network Systems, Celcore, Ericsson, Hughes Network, Motorola, Nokia. -- Pricing considerations for equipment and services. -- Relocation of microwave incumbents. -- Growth of digital cellular services. -- Financing a PCS company. -- Selecting initial service offerings: high-tier vs. low-tier. -- Meeting back haul requirements. -- Roaming: international and domestic. -- Anticipated cellular company strategies.
The following industry leaders contributed their insights and expertise to this challenging program:
-- Bob Sellinger, Director PCS Systems, AT&T Network Systems "PCS Offering: An End -to-End Solution" -- Mr. Ken Hallman, Director of PCS Strategy, Ameritech "Ameritech's Direction" -- Bo Piekarski, Vice President, PCS, Ericsson Radio Systems, Inc. "Ericsson's PCS - Product Synergies for North America" -- John Powers, Senior Marketing Manager, Motorola PCS "Motorola's Recommended Solution" -- Tom Berger, President, Celcore, Inc. "Celcore's GSM-Based Solutions" -- Dr. Arunas G. Slekys, Vice President, Digital Cellular Network Business Unit, Hughes Network, Inc. "Hughes' Network Systems Strategy" -- Richard Goswell, General Manager, Mercury one2one (A Cable and Wireless/US West Company) "Mercury one2one's PCS Experience" -- Mr. Ray Davis, Sales Vice President for Wireless Interconnections, BellSouth Corporation "BellSouth -- Flexibility for PCS Service Providers" -- Albert Frazier, President, CalCell, Inc. "CalCell's View" -- Colin Tucker, Group Director, Technical Planning & Operations, Orange Network "Orange Network's (UK) Experience" -- Dr. Peter Meissner, General Manager, E-Plus, GMBH "E-Plus -- Germany's PCS Experience" -- Peter Nguyen, CoFounder and CEO, InTouch PCS, Inc. "InTouch's PCS Direction" -- Mark Golden, Vice President, Personal Communications Industry Association (PCIA) "US PCS Market and Regulatory Developments" -- Charles Mason, Director, Wireless Practice, EDS "Types of Services - Constructing A PCS Company" -- Dr. James A. (Jim) Davis, Telecommunications Research Associates (TRA): "PCS Technologies: A Framework for Comparison" -- Lance Cawley, Chief Financial Officer, GO Communications "Constructing a PCS Company" -- Darrell Blackburn, Director, Satellite Development, Motorola "Managing Complex Projects" -- Tom Stroup, President, Columbia Spectrum Management, (former President PCIA) "Microwave Relocation: The Hidden Cost" -- Tom Lusk, Vice President, Columbia Spectrum Management "Microwave Relocation: On With the Show Stopper" -- Frank Pinizzotto, Senior Vice President, Market Statistics "New Orleans Demographics" -- Kathleen Rousseau, AIA, President, Rousseau Perkocha Architects Seth Buechley, Vice President, Cord Communications, Inc. "What You Need To Know For Fast Track Implementation of A Main Switch Office" -- William Murphy, Vice President PCS/PCN, Killen & Associates "Nokia: PCS Infrastructure"-0-
"PCS/PCN: When It Comes To Making Money," a study and in-house In-house
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For additional information contact Jules Street at tel. 415/323-3842, FAX 415/323-2846, firstname.lastname@example.org
Killen & Associates, Inc. produces studies and seminars that enable high-level executives and their teams to identify business opportunities created by advances in computer and telecommunications Communicating information, including data, text, pictures, voice and video over long distance. See communications. technology, changes in public policy, and dynamic forces in industry. Financial institutions, information services See Information Systems. and telcos around the world use Killen & Associates' studies and video seminars to seize seize
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