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What is the wireless landscape going to be in 2020? And how can policy makers, spectrum planning and industry work more closer together to support wireless innovation? From the Wireless Global Congress, Liverpool, 2016.
Several cities have already taken giant steps forward in their Connected City developments. Singapore is often cited as “taking the Smart City to the next Level”. New York City and their LinkNYC initiative are touted as a new benchmark for city wide Wi-Fi deployments. Representatives of these cities and their partners will discuss how they set their plans in motion. From the Wireless Global Congress, Liverpool, June 2016.
As the leading unlicensed wireless technology, Wi-Fi is showing both unbelievable momentum in terms of growth and innovation. In this session, the leaders of the industry will give insights on market opportunities and growth. From the Wireless Global Congress, Liverpool, June 2016.
Representatives from around the world share their experiences, lessons learned and future visions in regards to the development and sustainability of Connected Cities. From the Wireless Global Congress, Liverpool, June 2016.
There is no doubt that IoT will drive the next wave of connected devices. But, is it really going to 50 billion devices? And will wireless networks be able to support that number of devices? From the Wireless Global Congress, Liverpool, June 2016.
There is hardly a more pervasive unlicensed wireless technology available than Wi-Fi, with the scale and amount of implementations ever-growing. To that end – what are the different implementation challenges, and what can we learn? From the Wireless Global Congress, Liverpool, June 2016.
Public-private partnerships are not only key to long-term, sustainable business models, but also in providing the basis on which Smart Cities will be created and further advanced. This session will host cities, operators and technology providers to present how partnerships are developed and maintained. From the Wireless Global Congress, Liverpool, June 2016.
Is 5G the new ‘magic word’? What does it mean – and moreover: how will it impact the development of new products and services? This session will provide the answers. From the Wireless Global Congress in Liverpool, June 2016.
How Google India is bringing broadband to the ‘unconnected’. presentation featured at the Wireless Global Congress, Liverpool, June 2016.
During the Wireless Global Congress in Liverpool, we chatted with Syniverse’s Mary Clark about what she expects to be some of the prevalent issues in the ecosystem over the next year.