Princeton 5G Summit

Princeton 5G Summit
Wed, 6 December, 201704:51 PM, EDT (20:51, UTC)

IEEE Communications Society has developed a strategic framework based on the principles that embrace Industry's interests and priorities while integrating IEEE and ComSoc's objectives. In order to engage industry members with high value and innovative technologies, IEEE Communications Society plans to hold a series of high impact one day Summits in emerging technology areas (e.g., SDN/NFV, 5G, IoT, Big Data, and Cybersecurity). The IEEE International 5G Summit at Princeton University on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 is the first one in the series. This one day summit provides a platform for the industry leaders, innovators, and researchers from the industry and academic community to collaborate and exchange ideas in this emerging technology that may help in driving the standards and rapid deployment of 5G technology. 

Xiao-Feng Qi Keynote - We Want You - The Importance of Users and User-Centric Networks

Princeton 5G Summit - Xiao-Feng Qi Keynote - We Want You - The Importance of Users and User-Centric Networks00:19:04
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Princeton 5G Summit - Xiao-Feng Qi Keynote - We Want You - The Importance of Users and User-Centric Networks

What is a user? The Physical (speed and trajectory, distribution pattern, surroundings, device capabilities), Physiological (sensory response times, language difference), and Psychological (content/app preference, service consumption habit, social behavior) aspects must all be acknowledged in order to fully understand what the user brings to the table. We must develop a more User-Centric network in the fifth Generation of cell technology.

Tim Grance Keynote - An Apocalypse is Coming - In The Form of IoT

Princeton 5G Summit - Tim Grance Keynote - An Apocalypse is Coming - In The Form of IoT00:20:48
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Princeton 5G Summit - Tim Grance Keynote - An Apocalypse is Coming - In The Form of IoT

The Internet of Things - the networked interconnection of everyday (physical) objects - is explained and shows how it can impact the Fifth Generation cell technology world. The future of computer science is in the processing, analysis, and safeguarding of large amounts of distributed data and this can happen with 5G technology.

Sven Van Der Meer Keynote - Automatic Automation

Princeton 5G Summit - Sven Van Der Meer Keynote - Automatic Automation00:22:45
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Princeton 5G Summit - Sven Van Der Meer Keynote - Automatic Automation

How should we manage and control Fifth Generation cell technology? - traditional NOC (network operation centers) or Largely Self-Governed by the users - probably somewhere in between. An autonomic network would potentially have minimal human intervention, build a self-governing network (bound to business goals), define a governance model, and be designed for multiple constituencies; the adaptive automation is based on control loops, links analytics with policy, and adapts policy with the loop.

Robert S. Fish Keynote - No Man (or Woman) left Behind - Opportunities for All

Princeton 5G Summit - Robert S. Fish Keynote - No Man (or Woman) left Behind - Opportunities for All00:10:57
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Princeton 5G Summit - Robert S. Fish Keynote - No Man (or Woman) left Behind - Opportunities for All

There are opportunities available for all in the world of Fifth Generation cell technology. The standards committee goes above and beyond in providing information about the goals related to 5G: Standardization opportunities and gaps, help foster the growth of 5G markets, leverage IEEE’s value and platform for industry-wide consensus and development, and to help with the creation of a vibrant IoT (Internet of Things) ecosystem.

Mung Chiang Keynote - Cloudy Start - Foggy Finish

Princeton 5G Summit - Mung Chiang Keynote - Cloudy Start - Foggy Finish00:19:05
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Princeton 5G Summit - Mung Chiang Keynote - Cloudy Start - Foggy Finish

The “Fog Network” - a network architecture that uses one or a collaborative multitude of end-user clients or near-user edge devices to carry out a substantial amount of storage, communication, and control - can greatly improve fifth generation cell technology.

Malcolm Robertson Keynote - Misperceptions, Metrology, and Measurements, Oh My

Princeton 5G Summit - Malcolm Robertson Keynote - Misperceptions, Metrology, and Measurements, Oh My00:21:26
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Princeton 5G Summit - Malcolm Robertson Keynote - Misperceptions, Metrology, and Measurements, Oh My

Fifth Generation Cell Technology has a vision that requires enabling technologies, which requires and drives new measurements. Validation, verification, and quantitative analysis are all important parts of metrology and measurements.

Joe Cozzolino Keynote - Internet 3.0 - The Next Generation

Princeton 5G Summit - Joe Cozzolino Keynote - Internet 3.0 - The Next Generation00:23:28
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Princeton 5G Summit - Joe Cozzolino Keynote - Internet 3.0 - The Next Generation

The evolution of the internet has peaked at what is now known as “The Internet of Everything” - digitizing the world - pushing the mobile networks into another realm that can no longer be handled by 4G and where the Fifth Generation (5G) of cell technology is needed to keep up with the times.

Ed Amoroso Keynote - Inside the Firewall - Behind Enemy Lines

Princeton 5G Summit - Ed Amoroso Keynote - Inside the Firewall - Behind Enemy Lines00:30:41
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Princeton 5G Summit - Ed Amoroso Keynote - Inside the Firewall - Behind Enemy Lines

Fifth Generation cell technology is going to be the manner in which businesses operate and it is not going to be through a perimeter, it is going to be by the 5G radio access network. So when you do security, that’s the place to do it. We need to move towards a secure world by the means of Botnets and virtualization.

Dipankar Raychaudhuri Keynote - Revolutionary Architecture - Not the Victorian Kind

Princeton 5G Summit - Dipankar Raychaudhuri Keynote - Revolutionary Architecture - Not the Victorian Kind00:27:41
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Princeton 5G Summit - Dipankar Raychaudhuri Keynote - Revolutionary Architecture - Not the Victorian Kind

Fifth Generation Cell Technology network architecture and the future mobile Internet is discussed in detail as well as the requirements necessary to make this happen. Also, a working example of a new network architecture called the MobilityFirst Design is shown.

Ramjee Prasad - Closing Time

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Princeton 5G Summit - Ramjee Prasad - Closing Time

Ramjee Prasad, the 5G Summit Steering Committee Chair provides his final thoughts on the day of presentations about Fifth Generation cell technology that has just concluded at the 2015 5G Summit at Princeton University.

Chih-Lin I Keynote - The World at Your Fingertips

Princeton 5G Summit - Chih-Lin I Keynote - The World at Your Fingertips00:31:17
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Princeton 5G Summit - Chih-Lin I Keynote - The World at Your Fingertips

Fifth Generation cell technology needs to be reinvented and a growth of the mobile Internet is coming; we need to be ready for anything and start rethinking the fundamentals of cell technology to enter a new collaborative 5G era that conquers technical challenges and fulfills new requirements to boost likability and efficiency.

Ashwin Sampath Keynote - Millimeter Waves - Washing Away the Competition

Princeton 5G Summit - Ashwin Sampath Keynote - Millimeter Waves - Washing Away the Competition 00:26:54
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Princeton 5G Summit - Ashwin Sampath Keynote - Millimeter Waves - Washing Away the Competition

Discussing propagation measurements, high level system design considerations, and through performance results, we learn about the Fifth Generation of cell technology and how millimeter wave systems can benefit the expanding networks of 5G.

Ashutosh Dutta Opening Remarks

Princeton 5G Summit - Ashutosh Dutta Opening Remarks00:15:51
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Princeton 5G Summit - Ashutosh Dutta Opening Remarks

The Chair, along with other esteemed members of the 5G Summit, present what Fifth Generation cell technology is all about and why it is so important to understand and learn all we can about this amazing topic. 5G will change how we connect with one another in the future, making everything instantaneous and linked together.

Jeff Steel Keynote - Prototypes Become Reality

Princeton 5G Summit - Jeff Steel Keynote - Prototypes Become Reality00:10:41
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Princeton 5G Summit - Jeff Steel Keynote - Prototypes Become Reality

Guided towards furthering wireless networks through prototyping, National Instruments works with hardware and software to take the things that work really well in simulation, and apply it to the real world which is something that can be used moving forward in the world of Fifth Generation cell technology.

Darryle Merlette Keynote - Good vs. Evil - The Hackers are Coming

Princeton 5G Summit - Darryle Merlette Keynote - Good vs. Evil - The Hackers are Coming 00:19:47
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Princeton 5G Summit - Darryle Merlette Keynote - Good vs. Evil - The Hackers are Coming

The Fifth Generation of cell technology brings a multitude of wonderful things to our fingertips, but also new ways for our networks and devices to be hacked. It is imperative that scalable and holistic monitoring solutions are put in place to help track and mitigate attacks. Anything that can be accessed remotely, is vulnerable to a hack, however, as new attack paradigms emerge, innovative solutions must be developed.

Apostolos Papthanasiou Keynote - Advancing and Connecting the Mobile World

Apostolos Papthanasiou Keynote - Advancing and Connecting the Mobile World00:20:01
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Apostolos Papthanasiou Keynote - Advancing and Connecting the Mobile World

Fifth Generation cell technology provides a vision of a new era of mobile computing and connectivity; the smart devices will be connected to the network infrastructure and also to the cloud and datacenter, but the main focus of 5G will be on the system so workloads can be shared and coordinated with smart packet processing, network offload, and data analysis.

Henning Schulzrinne Keynote - Learning From Our Mistakes

Princeton 5G Summit - Henning Schulzrinne Keynote - Learning From Our Mistakes00:24:04
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Princeton 5G Summit - Henning Schulzrinne Keynote - Learning From Our Mistakes

Marian Croak Keynote - Developing Powerhouse Markets

Princeton 5G Summit 2015 - Marian Croak Keynote -  Developing Powerhouse Markets00:39:37
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Princeton 5G Summit 2015 - Marian Croak Keynote - Developing Powerhouse Markets

Fifth Generation Cell Technology can greatly impact the emerging market and economy. Marian Croak discusses the opportunities for innovation with 5G cell technology that could benefit the emerging markets such as power reduction, diversified cellular infrastructure, low cost networks and devices, and spectrum and cellular integration.