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Webinar: Fully Connected Train Journeys

The route to fully connected train journeys webinar

fully connected train journeys

By CommScope

High-speed rail continues to gain popularity across Europe. But modern passengers want travel time to be productive time—so keeping them connected to their wireless lives is more important than ever. How can you overcome high speeds, deep tunnels, metallic coaches and other challenges to deliver quality connections?

The webinar is also available in German and French.

About the speaker

Samuel Buttarelli

Samuel Buttarelli is vice president of sales, Europe, in the DAS & Small Cell Solutions division at CommScope. Mr. Buttarelli started at Andrew Corporation in 2003 in the role of global product line manager for the Filter and Power Amplifier group. Mr. Buttarelli holds a M.Sc. degree in telecommunications from the Polytechnic Institute of Milan and an MBA from the business school of Polytechnic Institute of Milan.

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