Day 2 - 14 November 2019
Operational 5G: Chair’s Welcome & Opening Remarks
Hear from a 5G and wireless analyst about the latest trends, investments and market insights for network developers, vendors and service providers in the 5G space.
Vice President, 5G Development
10:20AM - Day 2
5G, Enabling a New Era
The presentation will focus on how 5G is serving as an enabler to other technologies such as IoT and Artificial Intelligence, to transform our society and disrupt industries.
Panel: Unlocking the Potential of 5G
- What will be the main enterprise value & business outcomes of 5G?
- How 5G will affect the holy quintet; capacity, reliability, latency, bandwidth and efficiency?
- What can we do now to prepare for the full rollout?
- 5G in five years time, where will we be?
Chief Architect for Mobile Networking
Open Networking Foundation (ONF)
11:30AM - Day 2
Enterprise 5G/LTE Edge-as-a-Service
Three industry trends with significant momentum that are creating some amazing opportunities for the 5G community. The first is the cloud, which in pursuit of low-latency/high-bandwidth applications is moving out of the datacenter and towards the edge. The second is the virtualization, disaggregation and cloudification of the mobile network that connects homes, businesses, and mobile devices to the Internet. The third is the availability of new types of spectrum for this purpose, enabling, for the first time, connectivity enablement using unlicensed, and lightly-licensed bands in addition to licensed bands. While it is possible for operators, leveraging these trends to offer services to enterprises, enterprises can now also deploy private mobile networks directly, without operator assistance. The confluence of these trends is rich with opportunities to innovate. This talk will introduce ONF’s Enterprise 5G/LTE Edge-as-a-Service that leverages all of these three trends towards providing an open platform for enterprise connectivity services enablement.
01:00PM - Day 2
Big Data Analytics in 5G
With the dawn of 5G promising enabled intelligent network and application services with connectivity to remote sensors, big data analytics will be at the forefront of the evolution of 5G standards. This talk will look at the role of analytics in the context of 5G.
5G, Outputs vs Outcomes and Realistic Business Needs
This talk will present a very pragmatic approach to 5G and it’s capabilities (or not) within Enterprise today and in the future, include managed service provider perspectives on all carrier 5G efforts as well as private efforts to bring 5G to enterprise. Focus will be on the reality of the need (or lack of the need) for business digital transformation efforts in the real world today with an emphasis on Outcomes vs Outputs.
William H. Barkow Presidential Professor
The University of Oklahoma
02:00PM - Day 2
AI Enabled Zero Touch Automation in 5G and beyond
Details on this presentation on ‘AI enabled zero touch automation in 5G and beyond’ are to follow soon . . .