6GSYMPOSIUM EUROPE

Paths To 2030,
Relevance For 2022

23-25, May 2022 • Virtual Event

Exclusives

Podcast – The 6G Roundup

In this episode, we talk about South Korea’s investments in 6G and Artificial Intelligence, India’s new institution for entrepreneurship in technology, and the O-RAN Alliance 6G group

Guest post: “The War In Ukraine Is Aggravating the Global Chip Shortage.” Really?

Ern Worthman joins 6GWorld to deliver his analysis of the prospects for the global semiconductor industry. What are the challenges facing this essential sector, and how are geopolitical issues liable to shape its development? Ern provides his usual quirky and insightful commentary.

“Being very direct” – A Conversation with Enea on Telcos’ Multivendor Digital Transformations

6GWorld recently spoke with Enea’s VP Technology & Telecoms Oliver Korfmacher exploring the changes afoot within operators to meet the demands of a more open, multivendor environment. Among other things we explore the risks of new types of lock-in, the ownership of data models, the adoption of new skills and mindsets.

Podcast – The 6G Roundup

Podcast – The 6G Roundup

Wondering what happened in the world of 6G this week but have no time to keep up with the news? 6GWorld brings a review of the most relevant ones. In this episode, we talk about a new report about 6G use cases by the Next G Alliance, South Korea's first private...

6GSymposium Round-Up, Day 2: New Mindsets, New Relations and Making Money

6GSymposium Round-Up, Day 2: New Mindsets, New Relations and Making Money

in Day Two, speakers from around the world covered off a host of issues related to the commercial success of Beyond-5G services. The analysis explored what has gone wrong in the past and what needs to change for the coming generation of telecoms to be a commercial success – not just for the vendors but for the operators and their partner ecosystems.

The day underlined the point that the real evolution towards 6G may need to be in the industry’s mindsets, relationships and business models, with technology serving as an enabler rather than a driver.  

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