SKYFIBER to Exhibit at 2011 4G World Expo & Conference in Chicago USA, October 25-27

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SKYFIBER will be exhibiting its Optical Wireless Broadband solutions at the 2011 4G World Expo & Conference, taking place October 25-27, in Chicago, Illinois. Visit us at Booth #1328 or email pr(at)skyfiber(dot)com to book a meeting.

The continuing explosion in mobile data traffic demand makes Mobile Backhaul a critical topic for today’s operators.

SKYFIBER, a global provider of Optical Wireless Broadband technology, will exhibit at this year’s 4G World Expo & Conference in Chicago, Illinois from October 25-27.

SKYFIBER’s exhibit is a part of the 4G Expo that focuses on the evolution of 4G networks including WiMAX, WiFi, HSPA and LTE technologies, as well as the rollout of new mobile Internet services and applications. SKYFIBER offers a high-capacity, low-cost solution to address the expanding backhaul needs generated by these 4G technology deployments. Backhaul is the glue that binds local access points to carrier networks, and SkyFiber’s Optical Wireless Broadband is a key part of the wireless industry’s backhaul solutions. “The continuing explosion in mobile data traffic demand makes Mobile Backhaul a critical topic for today’s operators,” said Christina Richards, Director of Business Development & Marketing for SKYFIBER.

4G World™ is the largest event in the world covering the entire ecosystem of next-generation technologies and business models that power the mobile Internet industry and economy. The four-day conference program examines the business & technical challenges of 4G network evolution, and includes more than 200 speakers and industry leader keynotes as well as a dedicated 4G Expo with over 150 exhibitors.

SKYFIBER invites you to visit us in Booth 1328 to learn how non-traditional backhaul solutions like Optical Wireless Broadband (OWB) are essential to addressing the needs of today’s telecommunications industry for maximum bandwidth capacity at minimum cost. Join us to learn about OWB role as a network growth accelerator, providing affordable additional backhaul capacity for 4G networks.

Key SKYFIBER executives will be available throughout the conference to discuss business opportunities, the disruptive nature of 4G technologies, and how innovative backhaul solutions like SKYFIBER’s Optical Wireless Broadband are critical to meeting the demand for capacity driven by 4G/LTE. Executives from SKYFIBER are currently available for scheduling customer meetings and media/analyst interviews, please contact pr(at)skyfiber(dot)com for more information, or visit us in Booth 1328.


SKYFIBER (, an Optical Wireless Broadband company, was founded in 1996. It is a privately held corporation of 50 plus employees, headquartered in Bryan, Texas, with additional offices in Dallas, TX, and a partner network that spans the globe. SKYFIBER’s solutions can economically augment or replace traditional fiber optic and microwave technologies to meet customer needs for wireless backhaul, enterprise and campus area networks, last-mile extension, private data networks, emergency response networks, and a variety of revenue generating opportunities for municipalities. SKYFIBER markets their solutions in the Enterprise and Telecommunications global markets, and are expanding market penetration by developing strategic partnerships to identify referral opportunities and to provide implementation services.

About 4G World 2011

4G World is the first industry conference and expo covering the entire ecosystem for next-generation networks supporting high-speed broadband and full mobility, anywhere Internet access, mobile content, applications and transactions. 4G World has been the showcase for the first 4G mobile broadband networks launched in 2009 using mobile WiMAX technologies, and continues to showcase the evolution of 3G mobile networks to support mobile Internet using HSPA and LTE technologies.


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