Title:Satellite and 5G
 
Date:Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Time:15:30–16:45
Location:South Pacific 1
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With the advent of 5G, satellite has the opportunity to become a mainstream solution seemingly integrating with terrestrial technologies. Be it connecting the unconnected, offering ubiquitous Internet for planes, ships, and connected cars, or unlocking new use cases like multicasting content to edge-servers or scaling IoT platforms to global levels, the business models triggered by 5G are limitless. 5G is rapidly becoming the core philosophy in the design of back-end satellite systems and understanding ramifications of the new standard, together with its market potential, is crucial to assess the future of the satellite industry.
 
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TitleEtc:Vice President, Cellular Backhaul Business Development, Comtech EF Data, Canada
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TitleEtc:Director, PJSquare Ltd., Hong Kong SAR China
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TitleEtc:Engineer, Technology Cooperation, KT SAT, Republic of Korea
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TitleEtc:Vice President, SES, United Arab Emirates
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TitleEtc:Managing Sales Director, Oceania, Intelsat Corporation, Australia
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TitleEtc:President, Northern Sky Research (NSR), USA
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TitleEtc:Chief Executive Officer, GapSat, Hong Kong SAR China