5G, what does it mean for media and broadcast?

5G, what does it mean for media and broadcast?

Wednesday, 15 November, 2017
18.30/19.00-21.00

Location

Pincents Manor Hotel
Pincents Lane
Calcot
RG31 4UQ
United Kingdom
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5g officially launches in 2020, how will it change the media landscape? More bandwidth and network performance is welcome and could change once again how we view and use mobile devices and even outperform fixed installations.

Chair: John Ive, IveTechMedia/IABM

Steve Plunkett, Chief Technology Officer, Ericsson & Matt Stagg, Head of Mobile Video & Content at EE

There are challenges with the requirement of a new network infrastructure which raises the question of the speed of penetration. These questions and much more will be debated by our specialist panel.

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Location Details

Pincents Lane
Calcot
RG31 4UQ
United Kingdom

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5g officially launches in 2020, how will it change the media landscape? More bandwidth and network performance is welcome and could change once again how we view and use mobile devices and even outperform fixed installations.