Everstream to Attend CTIA Super Mobility 2016
Company leadership to meet with wireless carriers; participating in MVP’s Mountain Bike Adventure
CLEVELAND – August 29, 2016 – Everstream™, a regional-based network service provider bringing fiber-based Ethernet, Internet and data center solutions to businesses throughout the Midwest, will attend this year’s CTIA Super Mobility show, being held Sept. 7-9 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas.
“Everstream will be present to continue relationships with the wireless carriers, specifically focusing on dark fiber backhaul as well as small cell deployment initiatives,” said Bill Major, Vice President, Sales and Marketing.
Major, President and CEO Brett Lindsey and Sales Director Tony Grech will be in attendance. The trio will be available for meetings and plan to schedule time with several wireless carriers while at the show.
On Wednesday (Sept. 7) morning, Lindsey, Major and Grech will kick off the week by participating in MVP’s Mountain Bike Adventure—an early-morning ride through Red Rock Canyon suitable for all levels.
Dubbed as “everything wireless under one roof,” Super Mobility 2016 is considered the wireless industry’s annual flagship event, bringing innovation, intelligence and networking together. Conference topics include cybersecurity and privacy, intelligent networks, mobile retail, enterprise IT, connected life, policy and spectrum, as well the CTIA Startup Lab and Innovation.
Everstream is a regional-based network service provider bringing fiber-based Ethernet, Internet and data center solutions to businesses throughout the Midwest. We focus on delivering best-in-class network solutions while providing an unrivaled commitment to customer service. With more than 9,500 miles of fiber across five states and comprehensive data center connectivity at 10 Gigabit speed, we provide the fastest network in the region. Everstream’s network allows businesses to operate a converged IP network capable of delivering robust voice, video, and data services at speeds from 10 mbps to 10 gbps.