It’s Time to Get Prepared for the Realities of 5G Deployment! Broadband Forum 5G BASe Workshop to Kick Off BBWF Conference
Created by technology innovators for technology leaders, the Broadband Forum 5G BASe Workshop consists of a world-class line-up of major operators, technology leaders, and industry analysts bringing cutting-edge perspectives and actionable insights to participants. This seminar, which is open to all Broadband World Forum attendees, assembles a stellar lineup of speakers who will share compelling perspectives on the broadband ecosystems driving 5G deployment and the innovations needed by service providers both large and small to meet the wireless connectivity demands of tomorrow.
Broadband World Forum – RAI, Amsterdam, Netherlands
09:00 – 13:00 – Tuesday, October 15 2019
5G promises to be a game-changer not only in terms of advanced broadband speeds, reach, and user experience, but also as a catalyst for network transformation and services convergence. While the future of broadband for consumers and businesses alike – from autonomous cars and smart communities to industrial IoT and immersive education – will be dramatically transformed by 5G, the operational and technical requirements to deliver these new services will be profound. What will be the reality of a 5G world for both consumers and service providers, and what role will “fixed” broadband play in enabling these new services? The Broadband Forum’s 5G BASe workshop will explore the impact and opportunity of 5G from all angles and outline the steps necessary to ensure the mass market success of this promising technology.
The current agenda of the Broadband Forum 5G BASe Workshop continues to be enhanced with exciting new speakers and perspectives. Attendees can anticipate a morning of non-stop insights. New speakers and analysts from around the world will be added in the coming weeks – keep monitoring for additional speaker updates.
Registration is now open for Broadband World Forum 2019 taking place October 15-17, 2019 at RAI, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Register here for Broadband World Forum.