5G and Mobile Communications

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Thursday, January 5

9:00 – 9:40 AM

Conference Session

The Modern Era of 5G

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5G is being rolled out three times faster than 4G and offers better mobile connectivity and digital experiences. Join our experts to learn more about 5G communication capabilities and the latest trends.

10:00 – 10:40 AM

Conference Session

Connectivity: Going Global

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Advancements in connectivity are enabling economic and human progress toward a safer and more secure future. Learn how these breakthroughs are changing lives.

11:00 – 11:40 AM

Conference Session Live Stream

Acceleration of the Mobile Gaming Industry with 5G

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For one-third of the world’s population, mobile gaming is an integral part of life. 5G connectivity can transform mobile games as we know them with the help of immersive technologies (AR/VR/MR), artificial intelligence, data science, and cloud computing.

1:00 – 1:40 PM

Conference Session

Hardware Enabling the Future of Connectivity

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5G connectivity promises a 100X speed boost against its predecessor 4G LTE connectivity along with ultra-low latency and far more devices on the network. This session covers everything you need to know about 5G hardware that can change the world of connectivity.

2:00 – 2:40 PM

Conference Session

Satellites Provide New Options for Consumer Devices

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The main benefit of satellite connectivity has been ubiquitous coverage outside of cellular networks – including in maritime and deep-rural environments – but costs associated with satellite communications have been prohibitive for most consumer applications until recently. Today, low earth orbit (LEO) satellites have cut the costs of satellite connectivity by more than half and it’s likely these costs will continue to drop. At the same time, innovations in device hardware are making it possible to seamlessly switch between satellite and terrestrial connectivity. This panel will investigate what’s happening now with satellite connectivity services and how that’s likely to impact consumer devices moving forward.

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