Hosted by the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF) in partnership with Cambridge Wireless and techUK, and now in its third consecutive year, the 5G Huddle 2016 will bring together all stakeholder groups to identify the work that needs to be done in order to make the 5G vision a reality, and crucially, to explore how the community can work together to deliver a sustainable 5G Eco-System.
26 – 27 April, etc. venues Victoria, London
Hosted by the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF
) in partnership with CW
(Cambridge Wireless) and techUK
, and now in its third consecutive year, the 5G Huddle 2016 will bring together all stakeholder groups to identify the work that needs to be done in order to make the 5G vision a reality, and crucially, to explore how the community can work together to deliver a sustainable 5G Eco-System.
To find out more and to register, visit www.5ghuddle.ch
With the support of increased speeds, low latency and higher capacity, 5G is widely regarded as the answer to growing business and consumer demands, as well as a key enabler for areas such as connected cities and communities, driverless vehicles, and the Internet of Things.
The 5G Huddle will offer a platform to assess the outcomes of the recent World Radio Communication meeting (WRC-15) last November, and the spectrum that is needed to fuel 5G. Participants will also identify the unique challenges that lay ahead as we move towards wide-scale rollout by 2020.
Crucially, the event will focus on a number of different vertical markets, such as the health and auto industries, and the potential impact that 5G can offer these. With growing consumer expectations and business demands across a range of industries, this conference will provide a look at the 5G future and ways that the technologies can help manage these expectations, as well as ensuring interoperability and economies of scale.
Confirmed speakers include:
Houlin Zhao, Secretary General, ITU (via video message)
Philip Marnick, Group Director, Spectrum Policy Group, Ofcom; Chair, RSPG
Julius Knapp, Chief, Office of Engineering & Technology, FCC
Shola Taylor, Secretary General, CTO
Takehiro Nakamura, Executive Director, NTT DOCOMO
Bernard Barani, Deputy Head of Unit, Dir E, Network Technologies, European Commission
Janette Stewart, Principal, Analysys Mason
Alexander Kühn, Chairman, WG for preparation of WRC-15, CEPT
Andy Sutton, Principal Network Architect, BT UK, 5GIC & ETSI ISG NGP Chairman
Kumar Singarajah, Future Networks and Services, ESOA
Dr. Anand R. Prasad, Chief Advanced Technologist, Executive Specialist, NEC Corporation; Chairman of 3GPP SA3
Steve Babbage, Distinguished Engineer, Vodafone; Chair, ETSI SAGE (Security Algorithms Group of Experts); and co-lead, NGMN 5G security stream
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For further information, or to find out how you can become involved, please contact Charlene Selmer on +44 (0) 2920 783 071 / email@example.com
CW Members will receive a 20% discount to attend the event – please email firstname.lastname@example.org
and ask for the discount code.