IEEE Summit on Communications Futures

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  • Communications with 5G and Beyond: Applications, Technologies and Challenges

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    One of two summit presentations highlighting opportunities and issues in implementing next-generation wireless broadband with increased speeds, low latency, massive connectivity, and high reliability. Debabani Choudhury, Principal Scientist at Intel Labs, shares thoughts on the applications, technologies, and challenges related to communications with 5G and beyond.
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  • Enabling The Future With 5G

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    This summit presentation highlights opportunities and issues in implementing next-generation wireless broadband with increased speeds, low latency, massive connectivity, and high reliability. Javan Erfanian, Distinguished Member of Technology at Bell Canada, talks about implementing the future with 5G.
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  • Disruptive Changes in Optical Network Architectures

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    This summit presentation highlights the latest technological developments in using light to carry information, whether over a transparent optical fiber or using free-space technology. Vincent W.S. Chan, Joan and Irwin Jacobs Professor of EECS at MIT, talks about disruptive changes in optical network architectures.
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  • The Future of Undersea Fiber Optic Networks

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    This summit presentation highlights the latest technological developments in using light to carry information, whether over a transparent optical fiber or using free-space technology. Georg Mohs, Senior Director of System Design and Product Management at TE SubCom, talks about the future of undersea fiber optic networks.
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  • Computing Forecast: Cloudy Conditions with Foggy and Misty Days Ahead

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    This summit presentation explores technologies that are enabling the cooperation and integration of computing and networking elements resulting from the proliferation of pervasive computing and networking-capable devices. Michaela Iorga, Senior Security Technical Lead for Cloud Computing at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), gives a computing forecast: cloudy conditions with foggy and misty days ahead.
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  • Fog Computing & Networking: What? Why? And Opportunities

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    This summit presentation explores technologies that are enabling the cooperation and integration of computing and networking elements resulting from the proliferation of pervasive computing and networking-capable devices. IEEE Fellow Tao Zhang dives into the what and why of fog computing, as well as the opportunities presented by this technology.
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  • Panel Discussion: Communication Futures, Hype or Reality?

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    This panel session seeks to separate the hype from the reality of technologies that are expected to be the foundation for communications and networking in the near- to mid-future. Moderated by Dr. Robert S. Fish, a faculty member in the Department of Computer Science at Princeton University, this closing panel of distinguished experts aims to determine if and how the technologies covered in the IEEE Summit on Communications Futures (5G, Optical, IoT/Fog, and Cybersecurity) relate to each other and their role in enabling the ecosystem of Communications Futures. With audience interaction, the panel will touch on the opportunities and challenges in realizing each of the technologies as part of such an ecosystem and how much of what we?re hearing is likely to happen in the near- to mid-future (hype or reality.)

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