This exclusive invitation only event was tailored to the needs of C-level professionals and looked at how 5G will drive progress in the broadcasting, media and telecoms industries.
On Saturday, 16 September, the C-Tech Forum: 5G navigated a multitude of key questions that go beyond what 5G can do. With thought-provoking industry thinkers, leaders and a targeted audience of C-level professionals from across the telco, mobile and BME sectors, the programme will address how, when and what needs to be done to make 5G a success and how 5G will drive progress in the broadcasting industry.
5G presents existential business implications for the telco and tech companies rolling it out and for the broadcast market which will use 5G as far more than a transport layer. Alliances are announced weekly. Competing technologies are being developed and pushed out of the labs at an accelerating rate. Test projects will continue to scale.
The Broadcast Media and Entertainment (BME) sector scarcely has time to catch its breath yet there remain many questions as 5G success requires partnering across the telco stack, with tech leaders and with standards bodies. Like those that preceded it the 5G enabled Fourth Industrial Revolution will be built on disruptions and opportunities.