Schedule is coming together for the 2022 TFI Technology Conference!

Jan 20-21, 2022 – Online
We are delighted to announce that Alan Breznick will be our Broadband Keynote for the TFI Technology Conference  coming up January 20-21, 2022, 1-5 pm CST. Alan is Cable/Video Practice Leader at Light Reading, the leader in news, analysis and insight for the global communications industry. He will be presenting “HFC and FTTH Advancements: What and What For?”   The conference is all online again for 2022. Assessors attend free!  
We’re delighted to announce that long-time favorite Iain Gillott will be speaking at [TFI Conference]. He is replacing Jefferey Andrews who has had to drop out as Wireless Keynote. Iain is a super engaging speaker and we are lucky he was able to step up on short notice! And hopefully Jeff can make it for 2023!
Also returning are Dr. Michael A. Sadler. from the University of Texas and Dr. August (Augie) Grant, Ph.D., from the University of South Carolina sharing their economic and communication technology updates and forecasts.   Conference Director Dr. Lawrence K. Vanston and Ray Hodges, both of Technology Futures, Inc., will also provide the latest communication updates from TFI research.   We’ll be announcing our Policy Keynote soon.  
The conference covers the latest trends and developments impacting communications and asset valuation. In addition, there’ll  be opportunities for networking the 1/2 hour before and after.   We hope you’ll join us online in January!

Visit the 2021 TFI Technology Conference Page for more information. Or click the button below to register now.

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