The Big 5G Event is the largest 5G event in North America, bringing together operators and enterprises to develop strategies for digital transformation.  

Going to Big 5G?

Our team of experts from across high performance communications, service innovation and connected devices will be on hand during this event to discuss your 5G and IoT ambitions. 

With over 900 specialists, we hold one of the world's largest and most advanced independent wireless development teams - our mix of technical expertize and market experience is unique. 

Further details to be announced soon.

 

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