The next Mobile Broadband SIG event will explore real-world solutions that exemplify the need for robust mobile broadband network and 4G applications across a range of sectors. This Cambridge-based session looks at current case studies from enterprise, media and public safety, as well as innovative uses in some of the most advanced ICT nations. Finally, and with an eye to next year’s WRC, we will consider some feasible future scenarios and their spectrum requirements, with aims to generate thought-provoking discussion and debate with a formidable line-up of industry speakers.
Many events are dominated by opinions on the long term future, without sufficient attention given to how technology is currently being used. Listening to feedback from previous mobile broadband SIG events, it is clear that delegates want to hear more examples of how mobile broadband/4G is being applied in different sectors. This Mobile Broadband SIG event sets out to redress that balance by hearing from users of mobile broadband services in some of the most challenging sectors to understand:
- How mobile broadband technology is being used
- What problems were faced and how they were solved
- How usage is evolving
- George Grayland, Senior Wireless Solutions Manager, Nokia Networks
- Jonathan Hamill, VP Government & Public Safety, Sepura plc
- Colin Muir, Newsgathering Technology, BBC Scotland
- Moray Rumney, Lead Technologist, Keysight Technologies
- Janette Stewart, Principal, Analysys Mason
The Mobile Broadband SIG is championed by George Grayland of Nokia Networks, Peter Montgomery of GSMA, Tom Rebbeck of Analysys Mason and Iain Stanbridge of EE. We are also extremely grateful to Microlease and Keysight for sponsoring this event.
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