Watch on-demand: 5G Futures Community Webinar #2
The 5G Enterprise Revolution
- Hear the latest status update on 5G enterprise and private network deployments from GSMA Intelligence
- Discover the untapped monitisation opportunities for MNOs, with an innovative 5G enterprise application demo from Nokia
- Explore the three types of MPN solutions in the 5G era from Orange
- Join the GSMA-led panel discussion with Nokia, Orange, Vodafone and GSMA Intelligence as they delve into the prospects awaiting Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and enterprises in 2024 and beyond. Gain valuable insights on propelling innovation and substantiating the necessary investments for advancing 5G networks.
Innovation Portfolio Manager for End-to-end Secured Connectivity & Edge Services , Orange
Nathalie Ghinsberg is the Innovation Portfolio Manager for End-to-end Secured Connectivity & Edge Services within Orange.
She is responsible to leverage technology services such as SDN, cloud, Edge computing, 5G and security to drive the development of Orange’s advanced networking & cloud offers on new on-demand networks for the benefit of B2B and wholesale customers in 27 countries.
More recently, she served as Operational manager of Orange On-demand networks program at group level within Orange Innovation.
Nathalie has held various business and customer facing positions in the B2B market, in charge of dedicated to large account business units or accountable for large pre-sales projects within Orange Business.
Nathalie has an engineering degree in Telecommunications. She is the proud mother of two children.
VP, Marketing & Communications, Nokia Cloud & Network Services
Jean Lawrence leads Nokia Cloud & Network Services’ global marketing organization responsible for message strategy, content creation, product launches, campaigns, analyst relations, press, digital demand gen, and event content. She helps communications service providers and enterprises realize the benefits of 5G, cloud and the digital economy by automating their operations, gaining business insights through analytics, and monetizing new business models.
In her 25 years of tech industry experience, Jean has held marketing, strategy and product development leadership positions at Oracle, Computer Sciences Corporation, Motorola, and T-Mobile. She holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Notre Dame.
Senior Product Manager, Vodafone Business
Elizabeth Rumsey is a Senior Product Manager at Vodafone Business. In her role, Elizabeth has led the team that made Vodafone the first mobile operator to offer edge computing on public 5G in Europe, and the only operator in the world to launch in multiple countries.
Elizabeth joined Vodafone in 2012 as a Principal Deal Architect in the Commercial team supporting Vodafone’s multinational customers, consequently taking roles including Commercial Intelligence Team Lead, before moving into 5G and Cloud, previously as the Digital Services Offer Manager. During her time at Vodafone, Elizabeth has simultaneously connected and empowered people, including supporting the CEO of Total Mama, a partnership between Vodafone Group Commercial and Oxford University Innovation, to achieve his mission to provide women with a trusted digital source of personalised information for fertility and pregnancy, building on her experience as Chair of Vodafone Group’s Women’s Network.
Prior to joining Vodafone, Elizabeth held roles in Richard Branson’s Virgin group of companies after five years in UK Mergers and Acquisitions for both Lehman Brothers and JP Morgan Cazenove.
Elizabeth is an American citizen residing in the UK with her husband and son. She holds a CIMA from the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and a BA from Vanderbilt University.
Lead Analyst for IoT and Enterprise, GSMA Intelligence
Christina is the Lead Analyst for IoT and Enterprise. She produces focused reports on IoT & Enterprise in areas around mobile networks and technologies for the digital transformation of vertical industries such as IoT, AI, cloud, and private networks. In the past, Christina has worked in IoT market research and analysis, and technical commercial due diligence in the UK and in Germany. Just before she re-joined GSMA Intelligence, she was working as a Technology Foresight Manager supporting Open Innovation work, in the R&D of British American Tobacco. Christina holds a Bachelor in Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters in Science degree in Industrial Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, and is a candidate MBA student at Imperial Business School.
Executive Director for Advanced Air Mobility and IoT Technical Director, GSMA
Barbara has over 20 years of experience in the mobile industry. She has been part of the GSMA Internet of Things Programme since 2014, working on several aspects of the IoT such as the development of the Mobile IoT Technologies (LTE-M, NB-IoT), GSMA IoT Security Guidelines, GSMA Drone Interest Group and looking at a variety of emerging technologies, like machine learning/AI and edge computing, for helping the mobile industry to create trusted solutions for the IoT. Before joining the GSMA Barbara worked in R&D in several areas of telecommunications, including Intelligent Networks, IMS, Service Enabling and M2M/IoT. She also participates in and actively contributed to several standards.
The GSMA Internet of Things helps operators to fully realise the opportunity in the IoT, operators must deliver secure IoT networks as well as scalable value added data services for the world’s industry and machines beyond connectivity. This is to be achieved by industry collaboration, appropriate regulation, optimising networks as well as developing key enablers to support the growth of IoT.
Continuing from the inaugural webinar hosted in September, which delved into the consumer perspective of 5G and how 5G value extends beyond connectivity, we present webinar #2 “The 5G Enterprise Revolution” of the GSMA 5G Futures Community webinar series which took place on Wednesday 6th December 2023.
The evolution of mobile connectivity is rapidly transforming the enterprise landscape, offering a plethora of advantages, including enhanced process control and innovative applications reliant on connected assets. As we briefly explored in our first webinar, the widespread adoption of 5G is being driven by its adaptability to various industries and the ever-evolving use cases that demand its advanced capabilities.
Yet, to ensure the sustainability of this industry, it is imperative to realise a return on the significant investments made in 5G networks. While 5G has already proven its worth through increased speed, reduced latency, and heightened security, many organisations grapple with monetising it, hampered by conventional connectivity business models that lack innovation, flexibility, and relevance in this new era. In this webinar, our focus shifts to the enterprise market, where we will hear from pioneering organisations that are at the forefront of leveraging 5G technology for their business applications.