Visual technologies – video, yes, but also cloud gaming, AR/VR, and immersive content – are a game of multiples: increasing numbers of users and providers, engaging with content that is ever-increasing in quality and quantity, further compounded by latency requirements that relentlessly trend towards zero. A demanding problem, that can only become still more challenging as these technologies become ever more pervasive and find new and diverse use cases.

Is the current network approach equipped to deliver on the promise of the technology? Current players would argue yes, and as new streaming and cloud gaming services launch confident guarantees are made about user experience – even going so far as AI-driven “negative latency”. But are these solutions, or are they simply the use of new ideas to paper over the inefficiencies and fundamental challenges of a network that needs revolution more than evolution?

Featured Speakers

Laurent Depersin

R&I Senior Lab Director, Home Lab
InterDigital

Laurent leads the HOME Lab bringing best in class technologies in the Home in its wide sense embracing Communication, Networking (5G, WiFi, virtualization and SDR), Video and VR streaming, Cloud computing/gaming, ML/AI (machine learning) for better in home understanding & control, EDGE computing.

Olivier Avaro

CEO
Blacknut

Olivier began his career at Orange where he researched on video compression technology. Olivier has been instrumental in managing the MPEG Systems standardization group in ISO. His outstanding contribution ultimately paved the way for the MP4 file format, one of the most popular outcome of his work.

Dimitris Mavrakis

Research Director
ABI Research

Dimitris Mavrakis, Research Director, manages ABI Research’s telco network coverage, including telco cloud platforms, digital transformation and mobile network infrastructure. Research topics include AI and machine learning technologies, telco software and applications, network operating systems, SDN, NFV, LTE diversity, and 5G.

Date:  Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Time:  11am ET / 8am PT
Duration:  1 Hour

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