UPDATE: 2/9 & 2/10
Scroll through our Flickr photo album from the event.
Here are two highlight videos from the 5G Leadership Forum and a preview of what consumers can expect from 5G.
Take a look at CTIA SVP & CTO Tom Sawanobori’s 5G white paper that looks at what is 5G, what the wireless industry needs to make it a reality and how consumers will benefit.
Miss any of the discussion? Watch the unedited panels from the event below.
CTIA Meredith Attwell Baker keynote remarks are 0:23-4:14 and U.S. Senator John Thune (R-SD) keynote remarks are 4:14-19:34. Then the panel discussion on Consumer Benefits and Use Cases of 5G with executives from AT&T, IBM, Intel, Qualcomm and Samsung is 19:54-1:11:21.
CTIA Meredith Attwell Baker conversation with AT&T SVP Tom Keathley is 0:00-30:45. Then the panel discussion on Spectrum and Policy with executives from Ericsson, FCC, T-Mobile and Verizon is 31:25-1:30:36. Finally, FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel provides closing keynote remarks at 1:31:59-1:50:12.
The U.S. is the global leader in 4G LTE, but as preparations begin for 5G – the next generation of wireless – many questions remain:
- What benefits will consumers see with 5G networks?
- What steps should policymakers take to help maintain U.S. wireless leadership?
- How will 5G differ from 4G and what new use cases will 5G enable?
Join CTIA for this discussion Tuesday, February 9 from 9 am ET-12:30 pm ET with keynote speakers U.S. Senator John Thune (R-SD) and FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel. We’ll also hear from AT&T, Ericsson, Intel, Qualcomm, Samsung, T-Mobile and Verizon experts.
RSVP to join us in person at the Reserve Officers Association Top of the Hill. Otherwise, please register below to watch the live stream program Tuesday, February 9 from 9 am ET-12:30 pm ET.
We look forward to seeing you soon!