Title:The Future of Mobile: Regulatory Challenges, Competition, and Customer Needs and Demand
 
Date:Sunday, 17 January 2021
Time:11:15–12:15
Location:Auditorium, Online Conference Platform
WEB_DESC:Presenters offer current, diverse multi-national data-based research perspectives on issues facing the future of mobile communications, including: 5G and unlicensed spectrum; coping with accelerating demand; competition; spectrum planning and “cord cutting”. Speakers are from New Zealand, Japan, Bangladesh and the U.S. Attention is strongly drawn to the data in the presentations and, where available, the accompanying papers, which are both timely and unique, based on extensive original research. Panel is of interest to marketers, researchers, policy makers and financial and banking institutions.
 
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TitleEtc:Associate Professor, Department of Information Systems and Operations Management, University of Auckland, New Zealand
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TitleEtc:Pioneers Chair & Professor, Telecommunications and Law, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
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TitleEtc:Senior Analyst, KDDI Corporation, Japan
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TitleEtc:Chief Researcher, Foundation for Multimedia Communications, Japan
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TitleEtc:Associate Professor and Senior Academic Fellow, University of Dhaka and United Nations University, Bangladesh
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Role:Moderator
TitleEtc:Palmer Chair & Professor, Telecommunications Studies Emeritus, The Pennsylvania State University, USA