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2 - 3 November 2020
Virtual Event

5G Core Summit

Realising Transformative Services through 5G Core

With 5G networks approaching commercial deployment, it’s essential the core network is ready for the substantial changes which are about to arrive

Register for the only core-focused conference exploring the evolution of 5G networks to support next-generation services across the globe

5G Core in Numbers

5G Core Summit brings together the technologists and innovators from across the 5G ecosystem to analyse how the networks of today can help deliver the services and revenues of tomorrow.


350+
ATTENDEES
75%
OPERATOR ATTENDANCE
42
SPEAKERS
100+
TELCO COMPANIES
40+
COUNTRIES REPRESENTED
70%
OF SPEAKERS ARE SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES OF THEIR COMPANIES

KEY FOCUS AREAS


5G Use Cases & Ecosystem Development
5G Use Cases & Ecosystem Development
Building a Services Friendly Core Network Architecture
Building a Services Friendly Core Network Architecture
Network Cloudification
Network Cloudification

Edge Clouds & Network Slicing
Edge Clouds & Network Slicing
Standard Progress and Timelines
Standard Progress and Timelines
IMS and the Road to Vo5G
IMS and the Road to Vo5G

5G CORE SUMMIT

The 5G Core Summit is a new Informa Tech conference which launched in September 2019 in Madrid. This inaugural event explored the evolution of 5G networks to support next-generation services across the globe, with the operator, vendor and enterprise ecosystem thrust firmly to the forefront. One of the core focuses of the agenda was the development of this next-generation technology. 

OVUM REPORT: 2020 & BEYOND: HOW TO SPIN THE 5G SPIKE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE

Have you sensed the spike in operator demand for 5G core? Ovum's new report - 5G to Drive Core Network Architecture Shift - estimates that by 2023 there will be 1.31 billion subscribers to the next-generation 5G network. This means an increase in network and service delivery requirements, which are driving fundamental change to the core network architecture. Here you will learn about the commercial opportunities that IoT and 5G represent to operators in terms of monetisation.

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