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CTS 2013 Day 3 Final

CTS 2013 Day 3 Final

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2013 Canadian Telecom Summit Show Daily, day 3
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SUMMIT DAILY
Wednesday June 5, 2013
 The Canadian Telecom Summit Daily News is produced for the delegates by
 www.cartt.ca
Tower tempest dominates debate
By Linda Stuart
T
ORONTO –
Cell towersharing remains a whitehot topic or wireless com-petitors and the issue raised itshead Tuesday morning duringthe Canadian Telecom Summit’sannual regulatory blockbusterpanel, moderated again this yearby Cartt.ca editor and publisherGreg O’Brien.
Although mandated towersharing was included in the 2008AWS spectrum auction rules – asit will be or next year’s 700MHzspectrum auction – the problemsor new wireless entrants are thegrowing costs to share tower spaceand that access rules are not ad-new entrant and subjects the new entrant to an incredible amount o abuse,” Antecol said. “I think we’rea ar cry rom a level competitiveplaying feld.” Since most munici-palities reuse to be dotted withmultiple towers rom multiple car-riers, sharing is the only option.Ted Woodhead, senior vice-president or ederal governmentregulatory aairs at Telus, shotback saying he remembers Antecolhered to by the three incumbents,said Ed Antecol, vice-president o regulatory aairs and carrier ser-vices or Globalive/Wind Mobile.Antecol said new entrants pay “atrocious rent” to put its trans-mitters on an incumbent’s celltower, which sometimes is the new entrant’s only option. “We pay asmuch sometimes to put an anten-na on an undesirable portion o atower than it costs to build a wholenew tower,” he said. “In some cases,we’re paying charges to repair atower to not only include our ownantennas but uture-use antennaso the incumbents as well.“That just sucks capital rom a“pulled the fre alarm over sometower access request with Telus”during last year’s regulatory panelbattle. Ater Woodhead asked hisTelus sta to look into the requestand to prepare all o the necessary inormation or Antecol’s com-pany, Wind Mobile withdrew itsrequest at the last minute anyway,he added.“So that fre alarm got pulled,
From left: Greg O’Brien, Cartt.ca; John Lawford, PIAC; Ed Antecol, Wind; Chris Peirce, MTS Allstream; Ken Engelhart, Rogers;Ted Woodhead, Telus; Mirko Bibic, Bell.
DAY THREE
“So that ire alarm got pulled, but it obviously  wasn’t as serious as you were making out.”
— Ted Woodhead, Telus
Schedule of Events
7 a.m. - Registration and Breakfast8:30 - Opening Remarks
– Hall C 
8:45 - Keynote
 Sandy Carter,
IBM
9:15 - Plenary
 
– Building an Innovation Economy 
Chris Hodgson, sector lead, multi-channel solutions,
Google
; Tracey  Jennings, Canadian leader, technology, inormation, communicationand entertainment,
PwC 
; Warren Justin, SVP and chie economist,
Scotiabank
; Ron Styles, president and CEO,
SaskTel 
; Joan Vogelsang,president and CEO,
Toon Boom
Animation; John Weigelt, nationaltechnology ofcer,
 Microsoft Canada
. Moderator: Namir Anani,president and CEO,
Information & Communications Technology Council 
.
10:30 - Coffee11:00 - CIO/CTO Roundtable
Mike Abramsky, CTO,
 Altus Group
; Dave Codack, VP and head,employee technology, network and contact centre services,
TD BankGroup
; Eugene Roman, CTO,
Canadian Tire
; Lloyd Switzer, SVPnetwork transormation,
Telus
. Moderator: Mark Kummer, VP serviceprovider,
Cisco Canada
.
12:30 - Luncheon Keynote
Karen Sheri,
Bell Aliant 
2:15 - Plenary
-
HALL C 
The Next Generation of Wireless
Dean Brenner, SVP government aairs,
Qualcomm
; Brent Johnston,VP mobility solutions,
Telus
; Allison Lenehan, president,
 Xplornet Communications
; Adrian Mah, managing director, Canada,
 inCodeConsulting
; Bruce Rodin, VP wireless technology,
Bell 
; MichaelStephens, VP marketing,
TeraGo Networks
. Moderator: Rita Trichur,reporter,
Globe and Mail.
3:45 - Closing Remarks
Mark Goldberg and Michael Sone.
WEDNESDAY JUNE 5, 2013Thank you for reading the Cartt.ca Canadian Telecom Summit Daily
Wednesday June 5, 2013
DAY THREE
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