Connect yourself to 5G: the 1st International Conference on 5G for Ubiquitous Connectivity is coming

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Less than two weeks left until 5G international conference. The 1st International Conference on 5G for Ubiquitous Connectivity will take place in Levi, Finland on November 26-27, 2014.

The main goal of the event is to focus on 5G challenges and innovative solutions. The next generation standard will soon be spread around the world with the 5G connectivity, and a wide range of studies  have already started following this direction. The event will cover the latest views and research on 5G Innovative business models as well as latest guidelines from policy-makers in order to meet the constantly growing demand for the capacity of wireless networks.

The conference will involve experts and important figures of the industry such as the three keynote speakers:  Kimmo Kettunen from Nokia Networks (Finland); Janne Peisa from Ericsson (Finland), and Kari Leppänen  from Huawei Technologies (Finland) with the main aim to bring together industry and research for the multi-level interactivity. Furthermore, the conference will host four telecommunication industry experts from multinational companies such as Ylva Jading (Ericsson), Antonio Manzalini (Telecom Italy), Paul Ceely (Everything Everywhere Ltd), and Karabet Krikorian (Huawei Technologies) who will share their own and companies’ views on 5G challenges and requirements.

The conference will make a deep scouting on the 5G new generation through its six main tracks: Spectrum Regulation & Standardization, PHY & MAC, Tranceiver Technologies, Future Access Networks, Channel Models and MIMO Antennas, Disruptive 5G Technologies. Find all procedures to register here.

Don’t lose the unique opportunity to be part of the new world of connectivity at the Congress & Exhibition Centre Levi Summit for two days of 5G experience and key research activities. See the full program here.

Editorial Staff

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