The Cambridge Wireless International Conference 2019 brings together technologists and business leaders from six vertical markets to explore industry’s future requirements of the digital sector and identify opportunities for collaborative development.

Going to CWIC 2019?

Our Head of Telecoms and Mobile, Dr Derek Long, is chair of the Cambridge Wireless International Conference and will be leading discussions during the day to explore the transformational opportunities connectivity is offering industry, and the role of service providers in shaping this new landscape.

The evolving enterprise journey – unlocking the business case for 5G enabled markets

Date | 26 June 2019
Time | 14:00 - 15:00
Location | Francis Crick Auditorium
Chair | Paul Beastall, Member of the UK5G Advisory Board & Head of Strategy, Cambridge Consultants

This session will explore the critical success factors needed to fully realise 5G industrial opportunities and present some of the latest innovations being developed to achieve this. Experts will explore the 5G opportunity available to industry, including the ability to leverage ultra-reliable low latency networks to drive digital transformation into more impactful and beneficial parts of the business. Guest speakers from Livongo, Hitachi, Vodafone Group and TM Forum will also discuss how service providers might manage the rich diversity of 5G industrial requirements and how new business models can be adopted.

 

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