Title:Special Topics
 
Date:Sunday, 17 January 2021
Time:08:00–17:00
Location:Auditorium, Online Conference Platform
 
Date:Sunday, 17 January 2021
Time:08:00–08:20
Location:Auditorium, Online Conference Platform
WEB_DESC:There is creative destruction taking place all around us. The wine maker no longer has a showroom or retail outlet to sell their wares, but they can’t keep inventory. Grocery stores are empty of customers but they can barely keep the shelves stocked. Every single service industry has to pivot to new distribution models and a new customer experience … or they will go extinct. This is the opportunity for our industry and we can’t miss it. Connectivity, Data Centers, Applications and services are all accelerating to meet the old demand in a new way.
Date:Sunday, 17 January 2021
Time:08:30–08:50
Location:Auditorium, Online Conference Platform
WEB_DESC:As the world of communications continues to evolve, shared infrastructure has become the most promising solution for reducing cost concerns and easing the deployment process across the board. In both physical and virtual infrastructure environments, we see a demand for a network architecture that is built to deliver the 5G promise. This session will explore the challenges and opportunities that are driving a shared infrastructure model, the important benefits that shared infrastructure offers in support of network densification and the ways in which shared infrastructure is being achieved in today’s landscape. 
Date:Sunday, 17 January 2021
Time:09:00–09:20
Location:Auditorium, Online Conference Platform
WEB_DESC:There's no doubt that cities and transportation systems are getting “smarter” by using sensors, connected cameras, and other IoT elements to address efficiency, safety, and environmental and health challenges. Though well intentioned, many communities launch pilot projects or proofs of concept without fully considering future production scale and security requirements. Typically this leads to multiple independent solutions that drive up management complexity and costs, while increasing security risks. Truly smart systems take a strategic approach to integrate a broad range of aspects such as connected transportation, safety and security systems, street lighting, urban mobility, and parking mechanisms at a network level to be future-ready, scalable and secure.
 
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