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WFD#4 February 13-15th, 2013 ~ NEXT STOP SAN JOSE!

Once again I received the privilege of attending WFD! This is my 4th Wireless Field Day event. Many thanks to Stephen, Claire and to the other delegates!

WHAT SHOULD YOU KNOW ABOUT WFD#4?

Field Day events bring together innovative IT product vendors and independent thought leaders to share information and opinions in a presentation and discussion format. Independent bloggers, freelance writers, and podcasters have a public presence that has immense influence on the ways that products and companies are perceived and by the general public.

DO YOU HAVE A QUESTION FOR A PARTICIPATING VENDOR?

Feel free to tweet your question to any one of the delegates and we will ask on your behalf!

WHAT WFD MEANS TO ME

WFD is an awesome experience to collaborate with other like minded individuals. Share ideas, individual experience, and subject matter expertise. Each delegate brings a unique perspective to the WFD group.

Visiting the shakers and movers in the WiFi industry and getting their undivided attention is a great experience. Often times getting a behind the curtain look at their product road maps and new features.  Getting this exposure helps me understand the direction of WiFi, new products and whats coming out. This allows me to be a better decision maker and a more informed engineer.

Exposure received during these events is massive. Expect hundreds of tweets passing the word. You can also view via live streaming. Check the schedule below!

Social networking is an important aspect in todays networking. Gestalt IT brings it to life in this social media event!

WFD SPONSORS

I would like to personally thank the below sponsors for participating in WFD4! cant wait to meet you foks!

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Delegates

Delegates are selected by the Field Day Delegate community. For more information on our selection process, please see our page about becoming a Field Day Delegate.

 

pastedGraphic_5.pdf Blake Krone @BlakeKrone
Blake Krone is Cisco CCIE Wireless and CWNA certified Wireless Network Architect with experience designing and deploying enterprise class networks supporting hundreds of APs and multiple controllers for Voice, Data, and RTLS.
pastedGraphic_6.pdf Chris Lyttle @WiFiKiwi
pastedGraphic_7.pdf Daniel Cybulskie @SimplyWiFi
Daniel Cybulskie is a Senior Security Consultant out of the Toronto, Ontario, Canada area.
pastedGraphic_8.pdf George Stefanick @WirelesssGuru
George Stefanick is a Wireless Architect employed by a large healthcare system in the Texas Medical Center.
pastedGraphic_9.pdf Jennifer Huber @JenniferLucille
Jennifer has over 10 years of experience in the networking and wireless engineering industry.
pastedGraphic_10.pdf Keith R. Parsons @KeithRParsons
Keith Parsons is Managing Director of the Institute for Network Professionals.
pastedGraphic_11.pdf Lee Badman @WiredNot
Lee Badman currently writes for Network Computing Magazine as Wireless and Mobility blogger, and has over twelve years of professional industry analysis under his belt.
pastedGraphic_12.pdf Mark Julier @MarkJulier
Mark Julier is CEO and founder of DigitalAir Wireless Networks which was established nearly 10 years ago.
pastedGraphic_13.pdf Peter Paul Engelen @PPJM_Engelen
Peter-Paul Engelen is a technical consultant with advanced (pre) sales experience and business development skills in multi-vendor Cloud-based (W)LAN and Wholesale ISP/Carriers.
pastedGraphic_14.pdf Sam Clements @Samuel_Clements
Sam Clements is an avid wireless technologist with a passion for all things mobility.
pastedGraphic_15.pdf Scott Stapleton @ScottPStapleton
Scott started out in Wi-Fi with nothing more than a soldering iron and N-type connector in hand, scouring roof tops for ex-pay-TV antennas as part of the community Wi-Fi movement of the early 2000s.
pastedGraphic_16.pdf Steve Williams @SWilliams_Group
Although Steve has a strong routing and switching background, today he focuses mainly on WiFi, Firewalls and Identity Management.

 

Presentation Calendar

Most presentations are streamed live on this page, at TechFieldDay.com, and at some delegate and presenter web sites. After the event, the following pages contain video recordings of these presentations.

 

Wednesday, Feb 13 14:00-16:00 Motorola Solutions Presents at Wireless Field Day 4
Wednesday, Feb 13 16:00-18:00 Wi-Fi Stress Tests with Keith Parsons
Thursday, Feb 14 08:00-10:00 Juniper Presents at Wireless Field Day 4
Thursday, Feb 14 13:00-17:00 Aruba Networks Presents at Wireless Field Day 4
Friday, Feb 15 9:00-10:00 Meraki Presents at Wireless Field Day 4
Friday, Feb 15 10:30-12:30 Cisco Presents at Wireless Field Day 4

 

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