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IEEE 5G World Forum 2020 (5GWF'20)
Theme: 5G and Beyond
10 September - 10 October 2020
Organized by IEEE Future Networks Initiative and IEEE Bangalore Section and IEEE India Council
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On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we would like to invite you to participate in Worldwide 5G Industry Fora Session 2020 (https://ieee-wf-5g.org/worldwide-industry-fora-session-2020/) in conjunction with the IEEE 5G World Forum 2020 (http://ieee-wf-5g.org/) to be held on 10 September - 10 October 2020.
Worldwide 5G Industry Fora Session 2020
*5G Trends and Collaborations: Regional Visions, Verticals and
Inter-Regional Cooperation Activities*
Governmental entities and several research bodies from different regions of the globe, are conducting studies and efforts in order to shape up 5G, accelerate its deployment, and test its potential performance in real world. In the ITU-R, the process of developing Recommendations for the terrestrial components of the IMT-2020 radio interface(s) is on-going and the final IMT-2020 specifications are expected by October 2020. In the 3GPP, 5G specific first functionalities are under standardization (Release 15) and their finalization was done in September 2018, whereas the full 5G vision (Release 16) was issued end June 2020. 5G first commercialization is planned by many countries in the coming few years. In this worldwide industry sessions, we invite leading 5G industry associations from different regions and countries to share and discuss their current activities, visions and future roadmaps towards 5G deployment, and also to develop on international industry collaboration.
Regional visions and involvement of verticals: While the 5G standards process assures ubiquity and interoperability, regional considerations may create different visions of 5G as operators analyze their spectrum portfolio, develop 5G trials, use cases with verticals, and other technological considerations surface.
Spectrum, standardization and deployments roadmap towards Full 5G vision and IMT-2020: What is the target spectrum and candidate bands and when will it be decided? What is the image of 5G first deployments (Dense urban, Rural, Stadium…). What is the roadmap for 5G deployments? And how to make 5G first deployments successful? What is the involvement of verticals in 5G standardization and developments?
International industry cooperation: What are the possible cross-continental collaborations and joint inter-regional projects toward the success of 5G?
Satoshi Nagata, NTT DOCOMO
Jean-Pierre Bienaimé, Chairman, IREST
Uwe Herzog, Programme Manager at Eurescom
Chris Pearson, President, 5G Americas
José Marcos C. Brito, Inatel
Colin Willcock, Chairman, Board of the 5G Infrastructure Association
Li Fung Chang, 5G program office, DoIT/MoEA
Bernard Barani, European Commisson- DG CONNECT
Yoshinori Ohmura, 5GMF, Japan
Andreas Mueller, 5G-ACIA
Chih-Lin I, Chief Scientist, China Mobile Research Institute
Maxime Flament, 5GAA
Ashutosh Dutta, Johns Hopkins University
Pamela Kumar, Telecom Standards Development Society of India
Dong Ku Kim, 5G Forum Korea
Kishore Babu, Department of Telecommunications, India
Jean-Pierre Bienaimé, Chairman Institute of Economic and Social Research on Telecommunications (IREST)
Pamela Kumar, General Co-Chair, DG, TSDSI
Latif Ladid, Founder & President, IPv6 Forum, IEEE 5G Initiative Co-Chair, Conferences
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