Venue: Room 518, Second Level, Los Angeles Convention Center
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 will host a 5G Seminar at Mobile World Americas 2018. World class experts from mobile operators and the wider ecosystem will discuss the opportunities and services that 5G will unlock beyond mobile broadband.
At the 5G Seminar you’ll hear from a fantastic line-up of speakers including:
Pre-registration is now open. Please submit your details in the form below to pre-register your place at the 5G Beyond Broadband Seminar.
GSMA Future Networks Programme Welcome
Henry Calvert, Head of Future Networks, GSMA15:35
Welcome and Introduction
Arash Ashouriha, SVP Group Technology Innovation, Deutsche Telekom15:45
Network slicing and its application in campus networks for Industry 4.0
– Introduction to Network Slicing
– Use Case: Campus Networks for Industry 4.0
– GSMA-NEST current activities overview
Dr. Niko Bayer, Senior Project Manager, Deutsche Telekom15:55
The Future of Edge Computing
Humberto La Roche, Principle Engineer, Cisco16:05
Port of Long Beach Presentation
Drew Schneider, Assistant Director of Security, Port of Long Beach16:15
Invisible Technology to Interact with Augmented Human
– Human-Machine partnership
– Interactions & Experiences of Augmented Human: How we engage with objects and spaces
– Shareable presence for future of communication
Dong-Hi Sim, Head of Global Standards, SK Telecom16:25
Vanessa Kuroda, Wireless and Comms Architect, Altiscope, A3 by Airbus16:35
LG Electronics Presentation
Yasser Nafei, SVP Strategy, Sales and Product Management, LG Electronics16:45
Industry Panel and Audience Q&A
All – Moderated by Michele Zarri17:15
End of Seminar
In his role as SVP Technology Architecture and Innovation at Deutsche Telekom, Arash Ashouriha is in charge of the strategic development and architectural evolution of the technology domains including OSS alongside technology innovation management, patent management and standardisation. He is also responsible for technology vendor portfolio management. In addition, he oversees strategic technology innovation projects such as 5G, Cloudfication@DT, the evolved Terastream and Real Time Network Service Management. Prior to joining Deutsche Telekom in 2016, Arash was with Vodafone Group for 15 years, where he held multiple international senior management roles, both in Technology and IT, most recently as Chief Network Officer for Germany & Central Europe (2011-2016) and Head of Global Applications (2009-2011).
Dr. Nico Bayer received his diploma degree in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology from the University of Applied Sciences Friedberg, Germany, in 2003 and his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the City University London, UK, in 2009. From 2003 till 2008 he worked for T-Systems Enterprise Services GmbH. From 2008 till 2016 he was working for Telekom Innovation Laboratories. Currently he is working for Technology Innovation area of Deutsche Telekom AG. His current focus is on 5G and network slicing technologies. He is the chairman of the Network Slicing Taskforce (NEST) within the GSMA.
Yasser Nafei currently serves a Senior Vice President of strategy, sales and product management at LG Electronics USA. In his role, he is responsible for developing, communicating and executing LG go to market strategy, product and technology roadmaps, business partnerships and leading LG growth in 5G technologies, Software platform convergence and IoT initiatives. Throughout his career, he previously held senior management positions at IBM, Nortel, Tellabs and Motorola. Dr. Nafei holds a Ph.D. from Benedictine University in Illinois USA, a M.Sc. from INRS in Canada and M.Sc. and B.Sc. from Cairo, Egypt. Dr. Nafei is the author of several business management books including “Corporate Dictatorship” and “Corporate Spring” and a published writer and lecturer on future technology trends, consumer centric innovation, business turnaround strategies and customer advocacy.
Drew Schneider currently serves as the Assistant Director of Security for the Port of Long Beach. He oversees a team of more than a 100 public safety professionals including both uniformed officers and mission support elements. The Port of Long Beach is the second largest container port in the United States and is an essential element of the Nation’s Critical Infrastructure. To protect this valuable asset, the Port deploys an innovative suite of technology solutions to provide maritime domain awareness to our team and partners. Prior to serving in the Port, Mr. Schneider was the Manager of Safety and Security for the Long Beach Airport where he oversaw the full range of public safety and emergency management activities at the Airport and the regulatory compliance activities with the Transportation Security Administration. At the Airport, he led a complete overhaul of the Airport Security Program, Airport Emergency Program, perimeter security measures, and implemented a robust training regime for the airport community. Mr. Schneider previously worked for the Department of Homeland Security where he coordinated efforts to combat terrorism, recover from some of our Nation’s worst disasters, and developed proactive approaches to Homeland Security. At U.S. Customs and Border Protection, a DHS agency, Mr. Schneider stewarded the Comprehensive Immigration Reform, Sequestration, and other specialty teams, along with providing programmatic support to the Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner. As the Director of Local Affairs at DHS, Drew participated in response operations during significant national events, including the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, the Boston Marathon Bombing, and the attempted bombing of Northwest Airlines Flight 253. He brings an extensive background in emergency response, intelligence-led counterterrorism, and public safety. Mr. Schneider is a graduate of the University of California School Of International Relations and Pacific Studies and our California State University, Long Beach.
Dong-Hi Sim (a.k.a Donghee Shim), Head of Global Standards at SK Telecom, has been actively involved in global standardisation activities for more than 15 years, including 3GPP, OMA, IEEE and ETSI. For last 6 years, he has played a key role at SK Telecom where he researches emerging technologies with the aim of analysing future business landscapes and opportunities for strategic planning.