Join Ericsson at CONNECT(X) – May 20-23

Connectivity: The foundation for digitalization

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Industries globally are moving toward greater digitalization to increase productivity, grow revenue, and boost safety and security. The foundation of this digitalization is better connectivity, which will enable greater flexibility and efficiency. CBRS will help accelerate this transformation.

At CONNECT(X) Ericsson will showcase Ericsson Industry Connect and the small cell and CBRS solutions that will support enterprise connectivity.

If you are going to the Connect(X), please visit us in the CBRS Alliance Pavillion to see Ericsson Industry Connect and speak to our CBRS experts.

If you would like to set up a meeting with us, please click here to contact us.

In addition, come see us at the following events:

Connect(X) panel discussion: Simplified Provisioning & Integration for Enterprise Deployments
How can vendors and integrators make it easy for the enterprise to deploy CBRS?
When: Tuesday, May 21, 9:00 – 9:50am
Room: Celebration 7-8

RCR Wireless networking event and panel discussion: Private LTE for enterprises and industries
When: Tuesday, May 21, 6:00 – 9:00pm
Room: Rosen Centre Hotel

Connectivity as the Foundation of Industry 4.0
Join us for a discussion to learn more about Ericsson Industry Connect.
When: Wednesday, May 22, 5-5:30
Room: Bayhill 29, on the second floor between the Exhibit Hall and General Session


Meet our Experts

As we look towards the future of industry 4.0, our industry-leading innovators are driving us every day. Meet some of the experts that make Ericsson work and request to meet with us by filling out the contact form at the end of this page.

Chris Wallace

Chris Wallace is a Strategic Product Manager for Ericsson’s Advanced Industries group, helping service providers and industrial enterprises unleash the full potential of wireless networking in their business operations. He has helped mobile network operators around the world transform their indoor cellular networks to meet the ever-increasing mobile broadband demand with Ericsson Radio Dot System, the industry-leading system for the highest performing 3G, 4G and 5G indoor networks. Chris holds a Bachelor of Mathematics in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo (Canada).


George Spiride

George Spiride is the Head of In-building Solutions Portfolio, Region North America at Ericsson, where he is responsible for solution and market development for small cells services and products targeting sports and large public venues. He has 20 years of hands-on experience in the telecommunications industry with extensive background in product development, systems engineering, and wireless network design and optimization. George earned a PhD in computer engineering from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, and is an ACM member.


Lori Blair

With over 22 years of experience in the wireless industry, Lori Blair is Channel Sales Director in the Emerging Business Global Customer Unit at Ericsson. In her role at Ericsson she is responsible for growing enterprise sales of emerging technology solutions through an indirect channel program. The indirect channel program is expanding to include solutions for CBRS, Private LTE and 5G., with an emphasis on Smart Manufacturing.  Prior to Ericsson she served as Vice President of DAS Solutions at Hutton Communications, a national wireless distribution company.


Event information

Hyatt Regency Orlando
9801 International Dr 
Orlando, FL 32819, USA

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Connect (X) is the only business technology event in North America designed for all stakeholders delivering infrastructure solutions and for ubiquitous connectivity.

Connect(X) showcases the leaders in 5G infrastructure: innovative technology, supporting professional services, and a partner ecosystem that enables ubiquitous communications between people, devices, machines and tools that support 21st century communications.

Key topics:

  • 5G infrastructure: The entire suite of solutions (Wireless, fiber, small cells, fixed wireless) to meet future capacity, connectivity and service requirements.
  • Wireless Edge: Where datacenters, CDNs and wireless infrastructure converge.
  • Emergence of Private Enterprise LTE: Unlicensed and shared network solutions: LAA, LTE-U, Multefire and OnGo.
  • Fixed Wireless and mmWave: Critical 5G Infrastructure for network operators, enterprises and government.
  • Connected Real Estate: DAS, Small Cells, Fiber and Private networks real estate owners, managers and integrators.