Christos Karmis will be the keynote speaker at the AGL Local Summit, Sept. 27, in Kansas City. He will discuss the latest trends in small cell technology and the FCC’s Report and Order on small cells, which will be voted on two days before. Karmis will take part in an armchair interview with Bryan Tramont, managing partner, Wilkinson Barker Knauer.
Karmis serves as president and CEO of Mobilitie and oversees all aspects of the company’s business. He is responsible for leading the company’s growth across its tower, small cell, DAS, fiber, and Wi-Fi solutions. Christos has led the Mobilitie team for the development of thousands of cell towers, DAS, and small cell nodes across the US and international markets. In addition, he has led the company’s public venue strategy which has resulted in the deployment of some of the largest in-building DAS and Wi-Fi networks in the country, and installations at stadiums and arenas across all major professional sporting leagues.
Karmis also oversees the company’s professional services work for the wireless carriers, which is focused on helping carriers improve financial performance and lowering network costs, including capex, roaming, and backhaul.
Before joining Mobilitie, Christos specialized in real estate advisory services and the wireless communications industry with Deloitte Consulting. While at Deloitte, he provided operational and network optimization strategies to the world’s largest wireless carriers. Christos holds an MBA from the Warrington School of Business at the University of Florida, a Management Certificate from Harvard University, and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Clemson University.