Three days of virtual discussions on cross-sector sync issues
March 30, 31 and April 1
12:00 – 5:00 p.m. ET’
The Event: The Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS), today announced the agenda for the 30th Annual Workshop on Synchronization and Timing Systems (WSTS), North America’s leading event on timing and synchronization issues, held as a virtual event March 30, 31 and April 1.
“Surging growth in the number of applications that depend on precision timing to deliver their services makes synchronization and timing systems a critical factor in many industries’ success,” said Workshop Chair Marc Weiss. “WSTS delivers a cross-sector view of the latest in sync and timing issues available at no other North American event. The purpose is to deliver our audience comprehensive insight into a new world of ‘time-sensitive everything.’”
WSTS delves deep into how timing increasingly serves as a critical backbone helping the latest innovative applications deliver value in their respective markets: telecom, financial services and data centers, electric power, smart cities, the automotive sector, industrial automation, defense systems, radio astronomy and more. More than 50 of the field’s leading experts and an unparalleled breadth and depth of issues covered make WSTS the go-to event for timing and sync knowledge.
Daily Event Focus and Keynotes:
Day 1 – Tuesday, March 30: Timing in Telecom, Electric Power and Smart Cities
- Opening Keynote: A Journey Towards 6G, by Mikael Prytz Research Director, Ericsson and Elmar Trojer Research Leader, Ericsson
- Keynote: Insight to Time-Sensitive Networking and Its Applications, by Janos Farkas Principal Researcher, Ericsson
- Keynote: T-Mobile Mobile Backhaul Synchronization, by Henry Cheng Principal Engineer, T-Mobile Sync in Telecom
Day 2 – Wednesday, March 31: Financial Services, Data Centers and Measurement
Day 3 – April 1: Security, Resilience and Timing Sources
- Opening Keynote: A Resilient National Timing Architecture by Dana Goward, President, Resilient Navigation and Timing Foundation
Full Agenda: Here.
More: In addition to the featured event speakers, WSTS makes additional expert presentations on the leading sync and timing topics available. Access these unscheduled speakers on-demand here. Also, attendees can get up to speed on the latest in Timing & Synchronization Fundamentals during the background tutorial sessions held on March 24 and 25. Cost of these sessions included in your WSTS registration fee.
Cost to Attend: 3 Day Registration – $150, includes access to presentations for 90 days post-event.
Sponsors: WSTS is made possible by its sponsors: