Networking session at ICT 2018 on 5G network infrastructures
On 6th December, 5G-VINNI is co-organising a networking session on 5G network infrastructures at the ICT 2018 event in Vienna.
The session title is: “Stimulating innovation over next generation 5G network infrastructures”. The session aims to stimulate an interdisciplinary discussion on the requirements for a 5G end-to-end facility from the industry customers’ perspective.
The idea is to explore with prospective industry customers of the 5G infrastructure the relevant key performance indicators for this network facility, including technical and functional requirements from multidisciplinary backgrounds of vertical sector industries. This is expected to lead to clear operational and business key performance indicators (KPIs) which should be met in order to stimulate business innovation over future 5G infrastructures.
The participants will have the opportunity to express their opinions and to engage in the debate. An interactive session format will facilitate gathering requirements and defining operational and business KPIs.
The results of the session will be captured in a report and shared for further consideration with the 5G PPP community, vertical sector actors, and other industry stakeholders. The results of the dialogue will cover fixed and multi-radio access, backhaul, core network, as well as service technologies and architectures, including end-to-end virtualisation and slicing to support vertical industry use cases and value chains.
The target audience includes European researchers and network managers from the fields of 5G and network infrastructures, telecoms network operators and service providers, network vendors, stakeholders from vertical sectors (automotive, e-health, energy, manufacturing, etc.), 5G PPP project participants, and other communities.
The session is organised by Eurescom on behalf of the Horizon 2020 projects 5G-VINNI, 5G EVE, and 5GinFIRE.
Date: Thursday, 6th December 2018, 10:00-10:45
Venue: Room L7, Austria Center Vienna, Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1, 1220, Vienna, Austria | Map
Further information on the session is available on the ICT 2018 website.