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4G World and Tower & Small Cell Summit Select Finalists for Awards Programs

Leading Mobility Events Recognize Innovation in the Wireless Infrastructure and 4G Industries

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 4G World and Tower & Small Cell Summit, both produced by UBM Tech, today released three finalists for the events' awards programs, recognizing sponsors and exhibitors who have made significant contributions to the wireless technology industry. 4G World and Tower & Small Cell Summit are co-located at CTIA's Super Mobility Week, September 9-11 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas. For more information, visit www.4gworld.com and www.towersummit.com.

4G World and Tower & Small Cell Summit - September 9-11, 2014 - Las Vegas

The awards will be presented from the events' shared keynote stage onsite on Tuesday, September 9 at 11:30 am.

The finalists selected for Best of 4G World include:

  • Saguna Networks, Saguna CODS - CDN Extend
  • Samsung Mobile, Samsung 8T8R - 8 Transmit 8 Receive™ Radio Solution for TDD LTE
  • Vasona Networks, Vasona Networks SmartVISION

The finalists selected for Best of Tower & Small Cell Summit include:

  • Dali Wireless, High Density System (HDS)
  • Ehresmann Engineering, Modular Canister Concealment System
  • Wireless Applications Corporation (WAC), eReach – feature inside of WAC SiteSync Pro software

Now that finalists have been selected, a judging committee comprised of wireless industry analysts will review the shortlisted entries from these pioneering companies to name a winner for each award.

"We want to congratulate all Best of Tower & Small Cell Summit and Best of 4G World finalists for their innovation and forward-thinking approaches to improving wireless infrastructure and 4G networks," said Conference Chair Berge Ayvazian. "The competition this year is high, with so many impressive entries. Our judging committee has a difficult decision ahead of them before naming a winner next month. Attendees will have the chance to experience all the finalists' products first-hand in the 4G World and Tower & Small Cell expo areas, the largest wireless pavilion with CTIA Super Mobility Week."

The awards program was open to all primary exhibitors or sponsors of the events. For the Tower & Small Cell Summit Award, entries hailed from across the entire tower ecosystem, including antennas, RF Components, small cells, DAS, backhaul solutions, power systems, site construction and management. 4G World submissions encompassed network deployments, RAN and small cell technology, backhaul and core, carrier Wi-Fi and offload, customer experience, products and services, monetization, LTE Advanced, SDN and NFV, big data and enterprise mobility.

4G World and Tower & Small Cell Summit will produce a shared keynote program and adjacent expos to create the largest wireless pavilion on the Super Mobility Week show floor. Complete with in-depth educational programs, workshops, case studies, demonstrations, real-world technology implementations, and valuable networking opportunities, these premier industry events will gather all the suppliers, consumers, and operators of advanced wireless networks and systems in North America.

For media registration through Super Mobility Week, visit: http://www.supermobilityweek.com/media/index.cfm/media-analyst-credential-requirements

About 4G World
4G World is the leading conference and expo devoted to driving 4G technology innovation and mobile broadband revenue growth.  Owned and operated by UBM Tech and co-located with Tower & Small Cell Summit at Super Mobility Week powered by CTIA, the show provides service providers and operators the opportunity to research advanced mobile technologies and successful business models. Through educational sessions led by top industry analysts and executives, attendees will learn to overcome the challenges they will face as they develop, deploy and monetize their 4G/LTE networks. For more information, visit www.4GWorld.com.

About Tower & Small Cell Summit
Tower & Small Cell Summit is the largest event devoted to the needs of cell-site professionals. Produced by UBM Tech and co-located with 4G World at Super Mobility Week powered by CTIA, this conference and expo will bring together the industry's most innovative leaders to discuss the trends and technologies impacting wireless infrastructure. Tower owners and operators will learn to drive profitable business strategies and explore site acquisitions, tower valuations, regulatory changes and more. For more information, visit www.towersummit.com.

About CTIA Shows
CTIA Shows bring together all industries advanced by wireless technology for intense business, learning and networking. CTIA2014™ at Super Mobility Week (www.supermobilityweek.com) takes place Sept. 9, 10 and 11, 2014 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas.

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