Service Provider WiFi: Deploying Access for 4G Mobile Networks

January 13, 2016

Service Provider WiFi: Deploying Unlicensed Access for 4G Mobile Networks
By: Dave Dukinfield, Senior Systems Engineer, Cisco

In this webinar, Dave Dukinfield of Cisco, discusses how integration of non-licensed WiFi into your EPC for off load or VoIP has been both standardized and deployed in many operator networks. This integration includes session management, authentication and mobility. This prevention will illustrate the options operators have for successful deployment.

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Our Speaker:

Dave Dukinfield

Dave Dukinfield

Senior Systems Engineer, Cisco

Before Dave began supporting WiFi and Small Cell/3G/4G cellular networks for Cisco/Starent Networks, he helped develop, deploy and support a high-density, next generation access gateway for Stoke (Now Mavenir) and OFDM-based 4G networks for Flarion (acquired by Qualcomm).

Dave was also instrumental at Cisco in the newly formed Services Providers group which designed and deployed such networks as UUNET, AOL, BBN, Compuserve and Digex.

Additionally, Dave’s background in RF and physics were utilized in the development and deployment of Airborne RADAR for both the Air Force (AWACS) and the Navy (E-2C Hawkeye).

He’s an avid chef and enjoys comedy, both improv and stand up.