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Summary

The anticipation around 5G has steadily grown over the past couple of years and it is now headline news all around the world. If harnessed correctly, 5G can be a catalyst for innovation and a technology that has the potential to transform industries across every sector of the economy - it can truly be a game-changer. With the expectations of 5G now so high, and with commercial rollout expected to begin in 2019, the time has come for 5G to deliver.

 

Focusing on the emerging 5G eco-system and the building blocks that are being put in place, the 6th Annual 5G Huddle will look in detail at the truth behind this vision of 5G. As the dream becomes a reality, it will address the key question – Can 5G keep its promises? This time, the conference will be held in Tokyo, Japan on 14 May 2019, followed by the 42nd WWRF Meeting (WWRF42) on 15 & 16 May 2019. More information will be available shortly!

 

 

Speakers include

Takehiro Nakamura

Takehiro Nakamura

SVP and General Manager of 5G Labs

NTT Docomo

Hendrik Berndt

Hendrik Berndt

Vice Chair for Europe, Middle East, Africa

WWRF

Anand R. Prasad

Anand R. Prasad

Chief Information Security Officer

Rakuten Mobile

Nigel Jefferies

Nigel Jefferies

Chairman

WWRF

Kohei Satoh

Kohei Satoh

Executive Manager on Standardization. ARIB, Secretary General of 5GMF and Chairman of APT Wireless Group

5GMF

Why attend?

 

  • Learn and focus on future strategies
  • Discuss views of key industrial leaders
  • Get a full overview of the latest in 5G implementations and visions
  • Grasp unique networking opportunities
  • Hear about trends and new ideas in wireless communications
  • Share insights on research discussions and visions of the Wireless World

 

About the 5G Huddle

 

The 5G Huddle is hosted annually by the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF). Since its inception in 2014, it has brought key 5G stakeholders together in various locations across the globe including the United Kingdom, Europe, Canada, South Africa - and soon to include Japan - with each edition addressing the next step of the 5G 'journey'. Discussions around ‘What is 5G?’; the development of the 5G ecosystem and infrastructure; making the 5G vision a reality; the transition from 4G to 5G; and how to deliver ‘5G For All’ have all pathed the way to this year's focus on whether 5G can now deliver on its promises

 

For more information on the last edition of the 5G Huddle, please click here.

Logistics

When

Tuesday 14 May, 2019
09.00 to 17.30

GMT+9

 

Where

Aoyama Tepia

2-8-44 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0061, Japan

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