26-27 November 2019
Who will own the future of private networks ?
Dedicated to setting the strategy on campus networks and connectivity for enterprises
Key topics for 2019
The Private Networks in a 5G World is the only event in Europe dedicated to addressing the key questions emerging in the private networks market.
The emerging market
Exploring the industries utilising private LTE and 5G networks to deliver technology transformations
The business case for private networks
Driving ROI from a private LTE or 5G network through productivity gains and lowered operational costs
Approaches to awarding spectrum for private networks, spectrum auctions and conditional spectrum allocations
Service provider networks vs on-premise, private vs hybrid approaches, LTE vs 5G vs Wifi
5G core, the edge and network slicing
Real life use cases
Smart ports, manufacturing and industry 4.0, 5G stadiums, airports, offices and more
Learn how to develop a successful private network strategy
Who will you meet?
Can you attend for free?
Enterprises, Government, and Regulators can attend for free, and operators can book a reduced rate conference pass saving 50%
What are Private Networks and how is it affecting the industry?
Why attend Private Networks in a 5G World?
Excitement about the disruptive capabilities of 5G, spectrum democratization and new network economics has triggered rising interest in building private infrastructure. Discussion has grown far beyond public safety. New classes of B2B service provider are emerging and new battlegrounds – like the building. There is also debate over which technologies are fit for purpose. Private LTE or CBRS are not the only choices for different use cases – Wi-Fi 6, Li-Fi and others may apply. Informed guidance is in urgent need.
Join us in London for the Private Networks in a 5G World event to gain:
- Up-to-date insights on this quickly developing market
- The expert view the development of the market from our advisory board of industry analysts
- Presentations, debates and discussions from regulators, enterprises and network operators already immersed in private network deployment