Title:Research Workshop: Cross Market Comparative Approaches
 
Tagged:Research
Date:Sunday, 20 January 2019
Time:14:00–15:15
Location:South Pacific 2
WEB_DESC:The large-scale societal adoption and use of digital technologies is a key driver of measurable economic, social, and cultural value to tackle social and environmental issues.

In Guam, around 45% of people are using Facebook and around 40.6% are using Pinterest.

South East Asia’s digital economy will triple to $240 billion by 2025 (Google). Asia-Pacific is rapidly migrating to higher speed mobile networks, with mobile broadband (3G and above) becoming the dominant technology at the end of 2016. 4G is the primary source of this shift, overtaking 2G to become the leading mobile technology by share of connections in 2017 and is on track to become the world’s largest 5G region by 2025.

This session will cover some use cases, comparative, and measurements studies.
 
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Role:Moderator
TitleEtc:Director General, Broadband India Forum, India
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Role:Presenter
TitleEtc:Ph.D. Student, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Award Name:Yale M. Braunstein Student Prize Award
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Role:Presenter
TitleEtc:Associate Professor, University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA
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TitleEtc:Postgraduate Student, Management Science and Engineering, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Peoples Rep. of China
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Role:Presenter
TitleEtc:Professor and Doctoral Supervisor, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Peoples Rep. of China