MWC Americas 2018: 5G Beyond Mobile Broadband Seminar – Recording & Presentations

September 24, 2018

5G

To download the speakers’ presentations from the 5G Beyond Mobile Broadband Seminar at Mobile World Congress Americas 2018, and to watch the full recording, please click here.

5G is expected to revolutionise the mobile broadband experience, with the promise of seemingly unlimited speed and real time responsiveness. But 5G will also go far beyond mobile broadband, transforming the role of telecommunications in everyday life.

Configurable features, achievable thanks to network slicing, support ultra reliable connections and other advanced features, and will pave the way to a new raft of applications and services that are unattainable with existing cellular systems.

The GSMA’s Future Networks Programme hosted a 5G Seminar at Mobile World Congress Americas 2018. Experts from Altiscope at A³ by Airbus, Cisco,  Deutsche Telekom, LG Electronics, Port of Long Beach, SK Telecom and Verizon Communications discussed the opportunities and services that 5G will unlock beyond mobile broadband.

The speakers’ presentations and the full seminar recording are now available for you to download.

 

Company

Speaker

Presentation

Deutsche Telekom Dr. Nico Bayer, Senior Project Manager Network Slicing and its Application in Campus Networks for Industry 4.0
Cisco Humberto La Roche, Principle Engineer The Future of Edge Computing
Port of Long Beach  Drew Schneider, Assistant Director of Security Port of Long Beach Presentation
SK Telecom Dong-Hi Sim, Head of Global Standards Invisible Technology to Interact with Augmented Human
Airbus Vanessa Kuroda, Wireless and Comms Architect, Altiscope, A3 Airbus Presentation
*LG Electronics  Yasser Nafei, SVP Strategy, Sales and Product Management LG Electronics Presentation

*The LG Electronics presentation is not available to download.

 

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