Future of Wireless International Conference

21 Jun - 22 Jun 2016
IET, Savoy Place, London, UK

Bringing together some of the leaders in the industry, the Cambridge Wireless, Future of Wireless International Conference provides the opportunity to hear the very latest about the technology, trends, and technology in the industry.

The 2016 Future of Wireless International Conference will be held at the recently refurbished IET Savoy Place venue in London. Conveniently located near Waterloo Station, and on many routes for easy travel, this will be an excellent location.

The conference is one of the leading conferences for discovering about cutting edge wireless technology.

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Date 21 Jun - 22 Jun 2016
Location IET, Savoy Place, London, UK
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