Learn & Network – A Must Attend Summit For:
Sr. Level CXO Leadership - CEOs, CTOs, CIOs, CFOs, COOs, Vice Presidents, Heads and Directors of:
- Telecom Operators
- Service Providers
- Telecom Vendors
- Telecom Buyers
- Handset Manufacturers
- Government Officials/PSU’s
- Customer Services
- Value Added Service Providers
- Fixed Carriers
- Network Engineering
- Business Strategy/Development
- Marketing and Sales
- Mobile Internet Device Manufacturers
- Mobile and Fixed Operators
- Consultants, Industry Associations
- Software Providers, Content Providers
- Regulatory Bodies/TRAI
- Network Infrastructure & Hardware Providers or anyone looking into doing business within the telecom industry in India
Prof. Ashutosh Sharma
Secretary, Department of Science & Technology
Govt. of India
Shri N Sivasailam
Special Secretary, Department of Telecom
Govt. of India *
Director Regulatory & Corporate Affairs
Director – Corporate Sales, India
Dinesh Chand Sharma
Director Standards &
Senior VP APAC & Middle East
Sr. VP - Strategy, Architecture & Engineering
Senior Public Policy Director
CTO Homes & CEO TNL
Head Transport Planning
In our continuous endeavours to produce successful Telco & ICT Leadership Conclaves in India – We are delighted to announce India’s first forum on 5G with a focus on Leadership Attendance – 5G India Leadership Summit 2018
at New Delhi.
5G India Leadership Summit
will deliver a diverse programme of expert speakers, senior operators, leading service providers and OEM’s to discuss making 5G a reality in India by 2020.
5G will be the key driver for digital India initiatives. 5G is set to overtake 4G in India by 2020.
As 5G becomes increasingly integral to industrial businesses and digitalisation, the revenue from 5G enabled digitisation in India will reach $25.9 billion by 2026.
"Digitization will define the future for 5G in India"
In the future millions of Smartphone apps will be joined by billions of IoT devices, thus forcing wireless networks to grasp for more airwaves.
5G Networks brings the promise of making spectrum and technologies work together better, while the migration to the cloud offers the flexibility to grow without bounds at a lower cost. Mobile network transformation to 5G and the cloud will be complex and even disruptive. 5G Networks lay this path to reduce this complexity, while injecting intelligence and automation into the process.
5G is capable of delivering speeds of over one 1 gigabit per second and support several devices at once. The Indian Government wants India to be the early adopter of 5G, which is expected to be commercially rolled out by 2020.
Keeping a vision of digital transformation across telecom industry spectrum in view – 5G India Leadership Summit will congregate key decision makers and C-level representatives from mobile operators, handset manufacturers, network infrastructure vendors & Govt. of India to discuss industry challenges and identify opportunities to address them together. The forum will address the mobile operators by focusing on the challenges they are facing of managing the cost of ever-increasing data traffic and simultaneously achieving sufficient revenues by generating profitable returns on their planned 5G network infrastructure investments.