People often focus on the consumer market benefits of 5G — the enhanced speed, higher quality video streaming and efficiency — but the advancement in wireless connectivity also presents a whole new set of opportunities and challenges for the enterprise.
From IoT to augmented reality and autonomous driving, 5G wireless networks could bring automation to almost every industry. Health care, manufacturing, transport and even media will be transformed. Companies need to be prepared, which is why Bloomberg convenes senior executives to discuss the learning curve for organizations and their leaders.
June 6 - Thursday
Registration & Networking Breakfast
5G The New Innovation Era
Business leaders can’t afford to overlook emerging mobile enterprise opportunities, as they may be fundamental to cut costs, enhance productivity and drive a higher ROI. While consumers are likely to drive demand for 5G devices, connectivity promises to be a major force in enterprise adoption and it’s up to the enterprise to kickstart the 5G Era.
Bloomberg convenes senior executives to discuss how 5G could transform organizations and the world as we know it. What are the learning curves for organizations and their leaders? What are the risks and concerns associated with adopting mobile enterprise network architecture? Are there risks if they don’t? Equally important, once 5G arrives, how will enhanced capabilities empower innovations like drones, VR and connected cars to transform entire industries?
The Wireless Workforce
As 5G wireless networks roll out, new connectivity will empower workers like never before. Health care, manufacturing, transport and media — no sector will be left unturned.
Whether it’s increased productivity from better more collaborative video conferencing or faster more reliable transmission of business critical data from the field, we’ll examine how 5G’s fast speed, bandwidth and low-latency will transform the job market.
Will more companies shift to shared work spaces or relocate as telecommuters continue to grow? How do companies ensure clients and employees interact in a meaningful way in this environment? People will be replaced by robots, saving companies billions, but this transition will create jobs too. Which skills will be in the highest demand? How do you ensure AI doesn’t replace entire workforces? And how will front line workers ensure they are not left behind by technology?
5G: The Road to Reality
Bloomberg Intelligence Presentation on powerful real life use cases for how 5G could be a game changer.
Overcoming Roadblocks to Takeoff
5G promises to be more transformative than its predecessors, however before this technology can be implemented on a massive scale there are major hurdles to overcome. 5G requires towers, small cells and fiber to function. Security, safety and regulation are a concern.
Network slicing could be the single most attractive feature of 5G, as it allows carriers to set up multiple virtual networks on a single physical network. But rules on net neutrality could block these plans.
From infrastructure challenges, to security and regulation, senior executives will discuss the roadblocks we must overcome today to make 5G a reality in the future.