SKYFIBER’s CEO Gerardo Gonzalez to Speak at the 2012 Small Cells Global Congress in Berlin

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At the 2nd Annual Small Cells Global Congress in Berlin, SKYFIBER’s CEO Gerardo Gonzalez will speak on October 30th at the event’s Small Cell Backhaul Educational Sessions.

On October 30th, CEO of SKYFIBER Gerardo Gonzalez, will deliver the presentation, “A New Approach to Wireless Backhaul” at the 2012 Small Cells Global Conference, held in Berlin, Germany. The Small Cells Global Congress is the only global Small Cell event to focus on the Small Cell ecosystem as a whole. Keynote speakers include the world’s leading operators, such as Sprint, Telecom Italia, Deutsche Telecom, NTT DoCoMo, Virgin Media and many others.

The SKYFIBER presentation will focus on Wireless Backhaul and its critical role in Small Cell networks, and discuss the key technologies that can be used for small cell backhaul. With over 40 years of experience in multiple facets of the telecommunications industry, Mr Gonzalez brings a unique perspective to the backhaul market discussion. SKYFIBER is an international provider of Optical Wireless Broadband solutions, and holds 17 key patents pertaining to Optical Wireless Broadband (OWB) / Free Space Optics (FSO) technology.

The main focus of the 2012 Small Cells Global Conference, run by Informa, is to analyze and discuss the fundamental issues facing future small cell deployments. Small Cells is an exciting buzzword in the telecommunications industry, but along with the excitement comes many challenges for future Heterogeneous Networks. Operators world wide know that identification and implementation of an effective small cell deployment strategy across networks is becoming crucial. This conference brings telecom professionals together to discuss the latest strategies for successful small cell deployment and intelligent network design.

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 is expanding market penetration by developing strategic partnerships to identify referral opportunities and to provide implementation services.

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