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5G is intended to impact every industry, every service provider, and every person on the planet. It promises to extend the global success of 4G-LTE to underpin new use-cases, such as the “industrial Internet” and enhanced mobile broadband. The revolution from 4G to 5G is unprecedented, it stretches the spectrum, device and network technology. This panel will discuss the business and technology opportunities and challenges of 5G Network. The panel will discuss the latest 5G progress in standard and research, learning from trials and remaining gaps and challenges.
5G networks will incorporate many new technologies including massive MIMO, small cells, beamforming, and millimeter waves. In this Forum, executives from Qualcomm, Huawei, and Ericsson will present and discuss their vision on 5G network technology and its revelation. The executives will then join a panel discussion about 5G expectation, progresses, and realities. In the panel discussion, questions about how all 5G technology work together and what will customers gain from the resulting flood of data will be discussed.
Indoor networks are an essential part of the overall connectivity experience and are expected to face significant technological challenges in order to cope with the increase in traffic and user expectations. In order to overcome these challenges, different technologies (both wireline and wireless) need to be understood across different domains (i.e., systems, network services and devices). This panel will gather industry experts to discuss future research directions related to indoor networking in 5G with respect to gigabit network connectivity, autonomous operations, adjacent IoT services and multi-technology interdependence.
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