May 13, 2020  - May 13, 2020

Join the CBRS Alliance for an educational webinar for both members and non-members providing an overview of the benefits of OnGo technology, powered by the 3.5 GHz CBRS band, for the healthcare industry. The webinar will cover the key connectivity challenges that healthcare organizations face and specific OnGo configurations that can combat them.
  • Date/Time: May 13, 2020 at 10:00-11:00 a.m. PT
  • Location: Webinar – Register here.

Presenters include:

  Alan Ewing, Executive Director, CBRS Alliance

Alan Ewing is the Executive Director of the CBRS Alliance, an industry consortium of more than 100 wireless and telecom organizations who believe that LTE-based solutions in the 3.5 GHz band, utilizing shared spectrum, can enable both in-building and outdoor coverage and capacity expansion at massive scale.

  Tadhg Kenny, SVP of Business Development, Druid Software

Tadhg joined Druid in mid 2013 bringing with him over 20 years of international sales & marketing experience in various commercial roles. He has helped many start-ups with their Go-to-Market strategies in B2B & B2C environments. He has been instrumental in developing markets for Druids private networks in the US and EMEA. He works closely with Druids small cell partners and 3rd party application providers to help their channels deliver the latest mission critical use cases over their private networks. Tadhg’s latest projects include some of the Industry’s first Private LTE solutions for Energy Providers, Healthcare and Industry 4.0 Applications. After being shortlisted in 2017, he was a member of the team that won the Small Cell Forum Award in 2019 for Software & Services for Management, Automation and Orchestration for Druids 4G Raemis software application.

  Troy Reese, Director of Business Development, Tango Networks

Troy Reese is the Director of Business Development at Tango Networks and leads efforts with the Devices and SIM Subgroup in the CBRS Alliance. Tango Networks is a global mobile operator with a wide range of unique capabilities aimed at security and control-focused organizations looking to deploy mobile-first services. During his almost 30-year career primarily in healthcare IT, Troy has sat on all sides of the boardroom table delivering hardware, clinical software and managed services, as well as managing field services personnel in over 50 hospitals.