Bug Tussel Wireless will be holding a free conference to discuss the topic of broadband service in rural areas. This event will be held at Bailey’s Run Vineyard in New Glarus, WI on Wednesday, May 15 from 12:00 pm until 5:00 pm with networking to follow.
Registration and lunch will begin at 11:30.
In this comprehensive conference, will cover a variety of topics including how towers are built, service is provided and other partnerships to better serve rural citizens, as we work towards a goal of creating connected communities. Michael Gay, from Madison Region Economic Partnership, will discuss in-depth the best practices and grants, and partnership opportunities that will allow our communities to eliminate the digital divide that currently effects so many in our area.
Participants will also learn about the AT&T network created specifically for first responders, FirstNet. Bug Tussel Wireless CEO Steve Schneider will give a presentation on the values that created Bug Tussel Wireless and where it’s going in the future. Jason Leonard is a local entrepreneur who will present on his solar powered wireless repeater stations that allows otherwise unservable locations to be served. Finally, Petro Tsarehradsky from WIN Technology will be talking about Cyber-Security, what is really happening with our networks and the five steps needed to protect yourself and your organizations.
All are welcome to attend, and participants can register online or by calling April Fuhr at 608-622-4424.
THE VISION AND THE FUTURE -Presented by Steve Schneider CEO of Bug Tussel Wireless FROM BUILDING TOWERS TO SERVING
CUSTOMERS- Presented by Jason Wied, Tyler Femling and April Fuhr of Bug Tussel Wireless
CREATING CONNECTED COMMUNITIES – Presented by Michael Gay from Madison Region Economic Partnership
FIRST RESPONDER NETWORK – Presented by David Holznecht from AT&T
LOCAL INNOVATION – Presented by Jason Leonard
5 STEPS FOR CYBER SECURITY -Presented by Petro Tsarehradsky from WIN Technology
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