MWC18 5G Seminar Recording & Presentations

March 13, 2018

5G

Presentation

GSMA


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

 

At Mobile World Congress 2018, speakers from Alibaba, Analysys Mason, Bosch, EE, Telstra and Toyota discussed the visions and plans for 5G tailored network slices in a variety of different industries.

On stage, the speakers brought to life a variety of use cases for 5G within the automotive, retail, IT and entertainment industries – as well as highlighting the transformative commercial opportunities these technologies open up.

The speakers’ presentations, plus the video of the 2 hour seminar, are now available for you to download.

 

PRESENTATIONS

Company

Speaker

Presentation

Analysys Mason Anil Rao,  Principal Analyst, Telecoms Software and Networks Network Slicing – The Future of Connectivity: Changing Operator Economics of Connectivity and Enabling Innovation across Industries
Toyota Dr. Ryokichi Onishi, Group Leader, Network Group and Kiichi Iwasaki, Project Manager Automotive Edge Computing: Use Case and Requirement
Bosch Dr. Andreas Müller, Senior Expert and Project Manager Network Slicing for Industry 4.0 – Expectations and Opportunities
Alibaba Allan Cai, Senior Production Design Expert of AliTelecom 5G and New Retail
EE Matt Stagg, Head of Media and Entertainment How 5G will revolutionise the Broadcast, Media and Entertainment industry
Telstra Mike Wright, Group Managing Director, Networks 5G: Towards a Brave New Future

 

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