MWC17 5G Beyond Technology into Business Impact

The web is awash with information about what 5G will deliver: extraordinarily fast broadband, highly responsive connectivity, ultra dense clusters of connections but beyond the technology how will it impact business?

To prepare the industry for 5G, the GSMA is helping to shape the strategic, commercial and regulatory framework. As 5G is defined and refined, the GSMA will also work with its members to identify and develop commercially viable 5G applications.

This seminar brings together operators and vertical industries to show how the flexible network to be provided by 5G will unlock new commercial opportunities.

Agenda:

Introduction to 5G beyond technology to business economics

Henry Calvert, Head of Network 2020, GSMA

How will operators afford to deploy 5G?

Bruno Jacobfeuerborn, Group CTO & Chair of Network 2020, Deutsche Telekom

Verizon’s prospective on 5G

Adam Koeppe VP, Technology Planning, Verizon

5G Potential and Reality

Seizo Onoe, Executive Vice President / Chief Technology Officer at NTT DoCoMo

5G and the automotive of things

Peter Virk, Director of Connected Technologies & Apps at Jaguar Land Rover

5G requirements to tech to business

Dan Warren, Head of 5G Research Samsung R&D Institute, Samsung

 

Panel discussion 5G – Beyond Technology into Business Impact      

Moderated by  David Pringle, Director Pringle Media

Discussion Topics:

  • How is 5G shaping up from a technical and business prospective ?
  • How will 5G change todays mobile offer to business and consumers ?
  • 5G is it speed, reliability, coverage or some combination ?

Panelists:

  • Adam Koeppe VP, Technology Planning, Verizon
  • Seizo Onoe, Executive Vice President / Chief Technology Officer at NTT DoCoMo
  • Peter Virk, Director of Connected Technologies & Apps at Jaguar Land Rover
  • Dan Warren, Head of 5G Research Samsung R&D Institute, Samsung

 

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