Telefonica brings the world's leading mobile network experts to its headquarters
(ENP Newswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ENP Newswire - 16 December 2011
Release date- 15122011 - Madrid - Telefonica is holding the first day of the 2021 Networking Summit in Madrid today.
One of the industry's premier mobile network events, 20212 Networking Summit provides a forum for leading experts to discuss the main challenges, mostly from a technological viewpoint, facing the mobile communications industry over the long term.
On the premise that mobile services are present in virtually every aspect of our life, the conference is designed to share new ideas, present a different view of the mobile reality and, above all, exchange opinions about the main technological priorities. Discussion topics include the type of software that may be available a decade from now, trends in traffic and their response, and other challenges facing mobile technology.
The schedule for today and tomorrow for 2021 Networking Summit features presentations by experts Mischa Dohler (CTTC), Milind Buddgikot (Bell Labs), Dina Katabi (MIT), Fernando Palacios (Qualcomm), Juan Carlos Zuniga (InterDigital) & D. Barker (Quintel), Ramon Agusti (UPC), Dina Katabi (MIT),constantine Polychronopoulos (ByteMobile), Joan Raventos (Zhilabs), Ernst Biersack (Eurecom) , D. Soldani (Huawei), Dirk Kutscher (NEC), Robert Baldemair (Ericsson) and Reinaldo Valenzuela (Bellabs). Participating on behalf of Telefonica are Enrique Blanco, Global CTO at Telefonica S.A., Carlos Domingo, Director of Product Development and Innovation of Telefonica Digital, Cayetano Carbajo, Director of Technology at Telefonica SA, and Pablo Rodriguez, Scientific Director of the Internet systems and networking group at the Telefonica Research Lab in Barcelona.
The focus areas of 2021 Networking Summit will cover five broad themes designed to answer questions surrounding the evolution of mobile network technology and where it will be 10 years from now. These include future cellular radio technologies, LTE, new radio systems and antennas; the dynamic use of spectrum and cognitive radio; heterogeneous networks and WiFi as a complement to cellular networks; mobile system and network usage; and quality of experience (QoE) with respect to how it can measured and guaranteed by operators or whether it applies exclusively to networks and can also include devices.
More information: http://www.2021networkingsummit.com/
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