MWC21 Shanghai – 5G Advanced Summit
Venue: Kerry Hotel Pudong
Room: Level 3, Shanghai Ballroom 3
5G has become a global reality and is driving digital transformations throughout many industries. We realise that 5G needs to advance and enhance over the next decade to support the transition from Everything Connected to Everything Intelligently Connected.
5G application use cases will develop to meet the diversified and complex all-scenario connection requirements. The definition of 5G capabilities, such as uplink throughput, low-latency and high-throughput communications, and high-resolution positioning, to meet performance enhancement requirements of more cases will continue to evolve. The commercialisation of 5G Stand Alone (SA), Mobile Edge Cloud (MEC), cloud-native 5G core network, and 5G service enablement platform is also key to the 5G advanced vision.
This summit will bring together global experts to explore 5G advanced visions and alternative technologies.
- Expanding new applications and innovations
- 5G Market Development Status and Trends
- New Applications and Use Cases that we see Technology that we look at for 5G NR evolution (Rel-18)
Huang Haifeng, well-known Chinese science and technology commentator and we-media
Huang Yuhong, Deputy General Manager of China Mobile Research Institute
Zhu Jinkang, professor of University of Science and Technology of China (USTC)
Andy Guo(Ming), Executive Director of Frost & Sullivan, Greater China
Jason Dai (Jisheng), President of Huawei Cloud Core Network Strategy & Business Development Dept.
Alex Sinclair is the Chief Technology Officer at the GSMA. With more than 25 years in telecommunications in general and mobile in particular, Alex has worked for a number of companies in the UK, Germany and the US. In the early 1990’s, Alex was part of the project team that launched the T-Mobile D1 network in Germany. In 1995, Alex helped Syniverse to launch their GSM clearinghouse business. Prior to joining the GSMA, Alex was Director of Network Engineering at ICO (a Global Satellite venture). Alex has served as Chief Technology Officer of the GSMA since 2005.
President of Huawei Wireless Network Solution, Huawei
Chaobin Yang currently serves as President of Wireless Network Product Line and is responsible for strategic planning, development and delivery of Huawei’s Wireless Network solutions, bringing the next generation of wireless technology to a hyper-connected society.
Mr. Yang received his Master’s degree in Telecommunications from University of Science and Technology of China in 1998 and joined Huawei in the same year, working on UMTS signal processing algorithms. In 2000, he became the head of Huawei Wireless Research, where he made significant contributions to the evolution of WCDMA/HSPA/LTE. From 2008 to 2011, He served as the head of Huawei’s LTE product line and Huawei’s R&D center in Sweden. He was also the founder of Huawei’s Mobile Innovation Center, and inventor of the industry pioneering SingleRAN solution. From 2011 to 2020, he served as Chief Marketing Officer of Huawei wireless and president of 5G product line successively.
Head of R&D, Ericsson North East Asia
More than 20 years experiences in telecommunication, joined Ericsson 1994, worked as the product manager, head of the solution, CTO of China Mobile account, CTO of R&D NEA, head of R&D NEA.
President, Huawei Cloud Core Network Strategy & Business Development Dept.
Executive Director, Frost & Sullivan, Greater China
Professor , University of Science and Technology of China (USTC)
Technology Commentator, WeMedia
Senior Director of Technical Standards, Qualcomm Technologies
Deputy General Manager, China Mobile Research Institute
Head of Digital Technology, BMW Brilliance Auto
Huawei Fellow, CTO, Huawei Wireless