ET 5G Congress
5G is here
We are now starting to see commercial 5G networks going live. Previous generations were focused on consumer and personal communications but now 5G will serve consumers, enterprises and take the internet of things to the next level, where superior connectivity is a prerequisite.
By the end of 2024, we predict that 5G subscriptions will reach 1.9 billion, 35 percent of traffic will be carried by 5G networks and up to 65 percent of the global population could be covered by the technology. This makes it the fastest generation to be rolled out on a global scale.
At the ET 5G Congress we will demonstrate how operators can realize the full potential of 5G along with live demos on key technologies and concepts on the road to 5G.
Join us as we get set to unleash the power of 5G!
Ericsson at ET 5G Congress 2019
- 11:45 - 12:00 pm : Address by Magnus Ewerbring CTO - APAC, Ericsson
- 12:00 - 12:15 pm : Fireside Chat with Magnus Ewerbring
- 2:25 - 3:25 pm : Nitin Bansal, Head of Network Solutions for Market Area South East Asia Oceania & India joins a pannel discussion on "Deploying Network Architecture to make a 5G call"
Join us at the Ericsson booth for live demos on key technologies and concepts on the road to 5G. Catch a glimpse of the future today.
Future of mixed reality -Immersive technologies, such as, mixed reality, open up new possibilities around citizen engagement and decision making. Witness it action as we showcase a "live"" augmented reality visualisation of the digital twin of an actual city, including animated weather, transportation.
Metropolitan wireless vision - We will be showcasing how operators can prepare for the networks of the future, with a metropolitan wireless strategy to cover both their indoor and outdoor coverage areas with high performance Ericsson solutions unique to their needs.
Network evolution to 5G - With our Spectrum Sharing solutions, Cloud Native Dual-mode core & Ericsson network technology, we will showcase how we are enabling operators to make the switch to 5G.