30 Sep – 02 Oct, 2019
IEEE 4th 5G Summit and IEEE 2nd 5G World Forum
International Congress Center Dresden, Ostra Ufer 2 - Dresden, Germany
The IEEE 5G Summit focuses on a holistic approach to 5G system design, ranging from silicon hardware, wireless interfaces, networks, edge clouds including Tactile Internet applications.
The 2019 IEEE 2nd 5G World Forum aims to bring experts from industry, academia and research to exchange their vision as well as their achieved advances towards 5G.
The both events are organized jointly and offer a unique platform for industry leaders, innovators, researchers from industry and academia to collaborate and drive standards as well as encourage innovative studies, as well as large-scale pilot projects that address the challenges of 5G.
Nokia Bell Labs is a Platinum Sponsor at the IEEE 4th 5G Summit and IEEE 2nd 5G World Forum in Dresden. At that event we will present in talks and panels the Bell Labs research expertise and leadership in driving standards as well profound experience and learnings resulting from diverse 5G deployment projects.
At the booth we will showcase the telecommunication solutions for enterprises to digitalize their way into Industry 4.0 and the 5G era.
Dr. Wolfgang Hackenberg,
Head of Global Account Deutsche Telekom
Title: “5G – Hype or Reality?”
When: Tuesday, October 1, in the afternoon Plenary Keynotes
Location: Hall 2 & 3
Visit Nokia booth featuring communications solutions for enterprises: “Digitalize your way into Industry 4.0 and the 5G era” at the exhibition floor, stand #16.
Experience the benefits of having your own dedicated cellular network. Simple. Secure. 5G ready. Improve productivity and gain better business insight from your connected enterprise easily and securely with the Nokia Digital Automation Cloud platform. This end-to-end, high-performance private wireless network solution allows to benefit from real-time business critical applications and local edge computing for smart manufacturing, predictive maintenance and remote operations. It allows to increase workforce safety through the efficient Nokia Group Communications.