What is DC5G?
DC5G welcomes telecoms, industry experts, satellite service providers, advocates, policy makers and innovative adopters to learn about the potential of the future 5G-connected ecosystem. 5G will begin its massive rollout in 2020, providing significantly faster connectivity speeds that will power connected devices, deliver data-heavy video services at near real-time speeds and push commercial and enterprise markets into a long-awaited golden age of the Internet-of-Things.
Who should attend?
- Telecommunications Industry Executives (Cellular, Satellite, etc.) wanting to connect with customers and leadership from other industries working with 5G.
- Commercial, retail and enterprise market executives wanting to learn how (and when) 5G will transform their businesses.
- Smartphone/connected device manufacturers and application developers
- Industry press, analysts and experts seeking in-depth intelligence on the 5G rollout, network security and the future of the Internet-of-Things.
- Telecom associations seeking information that will help them advocate for their industry members.
- Policy makers and legal experts wanting to learn about the regulatory challenges of 5G rollout.
- Marketers interested in how other industries are promoting 5G.
What will I learn?
DC5G will focus on environments and markets that provide opportunities for hybrid 5G networks, combining the power of terrestrial service with the global footprint of satellite bandwidth, and include topics such as:
- How 5G completely eliminates restrictions for customers
- How 5G evolves concepts of seamlessness and mobility
- How 5G changes the automobile industry and the driver
- How 5G provides a chance for the telecoms industry to maximize profits by working together
- How 5G’s physical infrastructure will roll out over the course of three years
- How 5G bandwidth will be allocated and distributed to providers
- How 5G intensifies the need for enhanced network security and interference prevention
- How the 5G backhaul market will develop in different regions