Exploring current and future use cases for 5G
Initial 5G services and use cases that operators are deploying vary widely, from fixed wireless access to reconfigurable factories with no cables, automated cars and remote health services, smart grid, campus networks that combine public and private infrastructure, and so much more. 5G will bring operators new capabilities through network slicing, automation and virtualisation to address the diverse requirements of consumers and various verticial sectors.
With so many competing pressures, it’s hard for operators to establish which use cases they should prioritise and when. This webinar has lots of practical information about various use cases and empirical evidence gleaned from progress for far, as well as looking ahead. It is hosted by Mobile Europe & European Communications‘ editor, Annie Turner with thought-provoking presentations from Klaus Moschner, Executive Programme Manager, NGMN and Nick Sampson, Director of Wireless Access and Core Network Standardisation, Orange. This is was rare opportunity for attendees to put some probing questions and observations to those tasked with making 5G an operational success, now and in future.
Annie TurnerEditor, Mobile Europe & European Communications
Annie Turner has researched and written about telecoms since the late 1980s in a number of roles — as editor of business titles including for International Thomson and The Economist Group, contributor to national newspapers such as The Times and FT, and as an analyst for Market Mettle and Current Analysis
Klaus MoschnerExecutive Programme Manager at NGMN
Klaus Moschner was born in Germany and holds a University degree in Telecommunications from the Technical University Darmstadt in Germany. In 2000, he started working at Motorola in the UMTS network division. He first took responsibility for RF planning, pre-sales support in Germany, and, based in UK, for new product introduction of UMTS RAN and Core technologies to European operators. In 2004, he joined Motorola’s Customer Support Management being in charge of software upgrades, issue handling and escalation management. Klaus Moschner got certified as Project Management Professional (PMP) with PMI. He joined NGMN in September 2011.
Nick SampsonDirector of Wireless Access and Core Network Standardisation at Orange
Nick is responsible for wireless access and core network standardisation activities in Orange, encompassing activities across organisations such as 3GPP, ETSI, GSMA, IEEE, Wi-Fi Alliance and NGMN. He has a degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, and over 25 years’ experience in the telecommunications industry, initially with Vodafone and then Orange. He has represented Orange in standardisation organisations at national and international level for over 20 years, including ETSI, 3GPP, NGMN and GSMA, and is currently vice-chairman of the ETSI Board.