Aspen Forum Panel: What Infrastructure Will Power The Digital Economy and How Will We Get There?

Aspen Forum Panel: What Infrastructure Will Power The Digital Economy and How Will We Get There?

Watch this panel from the 2018 TPI Aspen Forum, August 19-21.

The digital economy needs infrastructure to support ever increasing data flows and connected applications. Panelists will discuss how the broadband market and policy are responding to future needs. At the chip-level, what standards are being set for 5G internationally? At the city-level, in what ways is installation of 5G small cells more challenging than traditional large cells? Besides 5G, what are current policy challenges to greater investment in fiber infrastructure and satellite deployment?

Panelists include:

• Rebecca Arbogast, Senior Vice President, Global Public Policy, Comcast
• Larry Downes, Project Director, Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy
• Liu Duo, President, China Academy of Information and Communications Technology
• Kathy Grillo, Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Public Policy and Government Affairs, Verizon
• Frank Louthan, Managing Director, Raymond James
• Jonathan Make (moderator), Executive Editor, Warren Communications News

Register Today to to discuss this and other important issues in tech policy at TPI’s Aspen Forum.

The debate starts at #TPIAspen18. Be part of it.

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