The first IEEE 5G World Forum (5GWF’18) in Santa Clara, California is a unique event that brought together experts from industry, academia, and research to exchange their vision and advances towards 5G to encourage innovative collaboration to benefit society.
This video showcase page presents recordings of the distinguished keynote addresses, from National Instruments, Facebook, China Mobile, Volkswagen, Stanford University, and more.
Chih-Lin I, Chief Scientist of Wireless Technologies at China Mobile, and lead of their 5G Initiative, reviews the company’s R&D topics and the 5G timeline. Dr. I discusses how they are re-thinking the fundamentals to establish an efficient, agile, and open source interface.
Henning Schulzrinne, Levi Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University, speaks about the hype of 5G and its cousin IoT, pointing out the natural evolution of technologies. With billions of devices coming to networks, Schulzrinne reviews the main drivers of IoT and key aspects of its ecosystem.
Jin Bains, Head of Connectivity, SCL, Facebook, shares how Facebook’s bold mission to connect the world via the Internet includes methods ranging from subterranean fiber to satellite. With 60% of the global population still unconnected, Facebook aims to build community through connectivity.
Monisha Ghosh, Program Director of Computer & Information Science and Engineering (CISE) at the National Science Foundation, briefly reviews their directorate and the focus of Wireless Network Research Initiative. Topics include massive MIMO, mmWave, spectrum sharing and more.
Choosing the Right Connectivity Technology for your IoT Application - Geoff Mulligan - 5G World Forum Santa Clara 2018
Geoff Mulligan, the co-Founder of Skylight, a digital government consulting agency, delves into the IoT and connectivity issues - getting real on the world of connected services. By running through the pros and cons of existing wireless and data, Mulligan considers multiple ways of achieving the connectivity dream for applications in the future Internet of Things.
Senior Director of Technology Development at T-Mobile, Egil Gronstad kicks off his presentation with great enthusiasm for what T-Mobile has planned for the upcoming 5G. Gronstad details the statistics of the wireless network and its key learnings of low band coverage, to determine what’s really needed for a successful 5G.
5G & Network Slicing: A New Era in Networking - Constantine Polychronopoulos - 5G World Forum Santa Clara 2018
Constantine Polychronopoulos, VP and CTO at VMware, looks at new generation networks and the transition into the 4th industrial revolution, synonymously known as 5G. Also Professor Emeritus at the University of Illinois, Polychronopoulos reviews use cases, research, and network architecture to determine what’s needed for the new era of networking.
Andrea Goldsmith, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, approaches 5G topics from an academic perspective and what is on the horizon for IoT and the next generation of wireless. Goldsmith suggests rethinking cellular system design, reducing energy requirements, scaling applications and more.
James Kimery, Wireless Research Initiative Lead and Software-defined Radio Business Manager at National Instruments, briefly explains his background within the company. Kimery shares the specifics of their SDR platform-based approach for 5G, software architecture, the new generation of wireless standards and more.
5G Future X Network & the Next Industrial Revolution - Peter Vetter - 5G World Forum Santa Clara 2018
Peter Vetter, from Nokia Bell Labs, speaks about how the Future X Network will be the key enabler to the next industrial revolution. Vetter explains the vision and strategy of this work, future economics and the vital aspects of the industry that will bring new solutions to the challenges at hand.
David Lu, VP of the ECOMP Platform and Systems Development and AT&T, review the 5G industry outlook and its evolution to the current day. Lu considers the essential capabilities needed for the next generation of mobile, as well as emerging real-time applications.
FCC Spectrum Activities: Fueling the Internet of Things - Michael Ha - 5G World Forum Santa Clara 2018
Michael Ha, FCC Deputy Chief of the Policy and Rules Division, touches on what the FCC is doing to fuel the development of the IoT as well as the demand for access to spectrum in a world where everything is becoming wireless. Ha reviews the technical aspects, key initiatives, and proceedings for spectrum activities.
This is the full, unedited recording of the live-stream from Day 1 of the 2018 IEEE 5G World Forum. This live-stream was sponsored by Rohde & Schwarz.
Day 1 speakers include...
This is the full, unedited recording of the live-stream from Day 2 of the 2018 IEEE 5G World Forum. This live-stream was sponsored by the IEEE Standards Association.
Day 2 speakers include...
This is the full, unedited recording of the live-stream from Day 3 of the 2018 IEEE 5G World Forum. This live-stream was sponsored by Rohde & Schwarz.
Day 3 speakers include...