April 18, 2016
The second installment in the State of the Net conference series, State of the Net Wireless, has grown quickly as we expect to live our lives and conduct our business with no cords attached. The half-day conference attracts top government officials and private sector experts to address the trends and policies shaping wireless Internet technologies. Last year’s State of the Net Wireless included a keynote from senior research analyst Craig Moffett and other speakers included The Washington Post’s Cecilia King and Travis LeBlanc of the FCC. Topics this year include mobile advertising, the Internet of Things, mobile data consumption, and wireless broadband.
The 2016 State of the Net Wireless was held on April 18 at the Newseum.
Video and audio from last year’s State of the Net Wireless event are available here.