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Tech Talk - 5G Development & Use Case

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is characterised by the role technologies play in blurring the lines between physical, digital and biological spheres. 

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    Coriander, Shaw Foundation Alumni House
    20 Nov 2019
    7.30pm - 9.00pm
    NUS Alumni Relations
    Ms Gabriella Nyam
    6516 5771
    gabriella@nus.edu.sg

    Event Details

    5G Development & Use Case

    5G network is the next generation of mobile internet connectivity, and deployments in Singapore and several countries are in the pipeline. The initial deployment phase focuses on providing greater bandwidth and minimised latency, meaning speedier and more reliable connections on smartphones and other mobile devices. In addition, emerging augmented reality and virtual reality applications, UltraHD and 360-degree video streaming, will be enabled to offer truly immersive user experience even on mobile broadband connection.
    In the next phases, 5G promises virtually lag-free connection required in industrial applications such as remote surgery and autonomous vehicles.

    Find out more about these meaningful advantages that 5G can offer at this talk.

    Speaker: Mr Justin Saw, Solution Architect, Huawei Singapore, Wireless Network 
    Justin has 13 years of experience in the Mobile Broadband (MBB) industry as a Mobile Solution Architect. Dating back to the early days of UMTS (3G), Justin has been involved in and also led several large scale deployment projects in the region. He now focuses on architecture, localisation and development for the future 5G evolution in Singapore.

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