Dr I will give a comprehensive overview of China Mobile?s 5G solutions, including an end-to-end network architecture with User Centric Network and Soft Defined Air Interface and the corresponding enabling technologies like C-RAN, NGFI, MCD etc presented as imperative solutions for diversified set of usage scenarios.
Eric Hamilton, CTO of NNNCo?will describe the range of connectivity methods that are used in IoT, and the circumstances where each connectivity method can be most cost effective and efficient.
Dr Gerd Keiser will present about how Optical fiber technology has significantly bolstered the growth of photonics applications in numerous areas such as the telecom infrastructure, a wide range of sensors, vehicle and airplane control, life sciences research, and biomedical diagnosis, therapy, monitoring, and surgery.
The TelSoc would like to invite all members and industry professionals to a quarter year professional and social networking event. It will feature the CSIRO STEM in Schools program and will otherwise be focussed on connecting and socialising amongst industry colleagues.
The Australian Telecoms market has lagged globally which has meant the technological adoptions of new technology has been challenging for global vendors. With industry consolidation and the NBN roll out the changes to the industry are happening more rapidly than ever before. The question is ? how will these be adopted ? who are the winners and losers?
Where are the key areas of technology innovation going to occur? What opportunities are there for Australia and Australian companies? Why should we be optimistic about future changes? And what will Telstra?s place be in all this?
Alcatel-Lucent?s visiting Strategic Marketing Director, Customer and Market Insight ,Marc Jadoul will deliver a public lecture on IoT and Smart Cities at the University of Melbourne.
Warren Lemmens will introduce a set of key principles supporting the operational market structure and processes for this future environment, together with the key multi-party relationships and interdependencies to ensure Australian telecommunications services sector can maximise its ability to grow and capitalise on the strategic and economic potential of the digital economy.
The TelSoc would like to invite all members and industry professionals to celebrate the end of year 2015. There will be little in the way of formalities, just a focus on getting as many people as possible connected around any topic of interest.
Based on well-founded economic modelling, this presentation will show there are substantial benefits arising from the roll-out of Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN). The presentation will also explore some of the issues around the bandwidth requirements for services and look at short-term effects during the NBN?s construction phase.
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