The first use case for 5G is obviously improved mobile connectivity with faster speeds and lower latencies. But beyond that, the sky’s the limit for 5G use cases, which will probably emerge as a result of real business needs.

What might enterprises want first: IoT capabilities, private wireless networks, wireless manufacturing processes? And what type of wireless equipment and software will enterprises need to tap into these 5G opportunities?

Featured Speakers

Christina Cheng

Assistant Vice President, Enterprise Mobility
AT&T Business

As Assistant Vice President for product marketing management, Christina Cheng is responsible for the wireless strategy and business mobility portfolio, including 5G deployment, all B2B rate plans, features, devices and offers.

Mishka Dehghan

Vice President, 5G Development
Sprint Business

Mishka Dehghan is vice president, 5G development for Sprint Business, responsible for the development of a portfolio of 5G-enabled solutions for the business segment. In addition, Mishka also leads the B2B integration efforts for the merger with T-Mobile.

Mark Lowenstein

Managing Director
Mobile Ecosystem

Mark Lowenstein is a leading wireless industry executive, advisor, and commentator. Previously, Lowenstein was a member of the senior leadership team at Verizon Wireless as Vice President of Strategy.

Safi Khan

Product Marketing Director

Safi is a seasoned product marketing and engineering development professional with over 20 years of wireless semiconductor industry experience.

Date:  Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Time:  11am ET / 8am PT
Duration:  1 Hour

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