Registration for the LTE World Summit this year have reached record-breaking levels, thanks to the variety of programs which will attract top key industry players from around the world. With a 40% increase in the number of entries to date, and with two weeks to commencement, the edition of 2013 looks set to become the most successful edition of the LTE World Summit to date.
The program is enriched by the simultaneous operation of three co-summit. To make it interesting the program are three completely new meetings, organized at the same time, such as LTE Backhaul Summit, which will be dealt with the issue of effective planning and implementation of the era LTE backhaul networks; Connected Cars, Bringing Auto OEMs , infotainment and Connectivity providers Together to monetise the in-Car connected Consumer (dedicated to the connection of the cars and the likely consequent association of suppliers of OEM software, connectivity and infotainment aimed at the monetization of users of motorists connected), and the Global Symposium , the only international forum dedicated to the “secure element”.
On Tuesday, June 25th from 16.30pm to 18.00pm, Dr. Afif Osseiran, project coordinator of the Swedish Ericsson AB METIS will speak as part of the 5G expo summit. Dr. Osseiran plans to highlight the importance of LTE and future development. Dr. Osseiran says, “5G consists of evolution of existing wireless technologies (in particular LTE) and complementary new technologies jointly enabling the long term Networked Society.”
Eric Hardouin, coordinator of the research of wireless networks at Orange, added: “The research on 5G have begun worldwide and are pursued in Europe in the EU-funded collaborative project METIS. A major question is whether whether 5G will be an evolution of LTE, or rather a brand new technology, or a mix of both?”
Iain Dendle, Business Development Director, Shazam, UK, will take part in the Mobile App Hub on Wednesday 26 June from 10.30am – 17.10pm. Mr. Dendle said: “The mobile market is evolving nearly at the speed of light, making it challenging to keep on top of who the key players are in the marketplace and where the good partnership prospects lie. LTE World Summit is an ideal platform for our industry’s leaders to gather and explore innovation and opportunity.”
Every year the exhibition and conference attracts over 3,000 attendees from across more than 130 countries. More than 125 exhibitors will present the latest in LTE solutions and 250 speakers will cover the major aspects critical to the future of LTE.
LTE World Summit will take place at the RAI, Amsterdam, on 24-26 June 2013. To plan your visit, to view the full event programme, or to register for the event, then please visit http://ws.lteconference.com/. Alternatively, keep up to date with the event on Twitter using @LTEWorldSeries.