Ian Corden spoke at Total Telecom’s Connected Europe conference in Lisbon on 11-12 October 2017. Ian chaired both a panel session with European operators, discussing the business case and architecture for 5G, and a round table session with investors and others discussing risk and financial approaches on new technologies.
Ian Corden has been appointed to the role of VC, Communications Infrastructure Council at techUK, which involves working with member companies and organisations to promote the advancement of technologies to meet industry, investor, and government objectives. Details can be found here.
Tony Lavender spoke at the Westminter eForum in London on Thursday 6 July. This seminar will assess the way forward for UK spectrum policy and management – looking at regulation, innovation and international relationships. Tony discussed future demand for spectrum and ways to protect existing users and services while encouraging investment and the development of[…]
Ian Corden spoke at the Policy-UK event: “The UK’s Connected Future: 5G Deployment, Next Gen Mobile Networks and Future Applications” in London on 22 June 2017. Ian addressed the industry status on 5G technology, moving quickly on to assess commercial strategy. He examined the question as to how 5G strategy and deployment should be shaped[…]
Ian Corden spoke at the Cambridge Wireless event on ‘Broadcasting New Media – is 5G a solution or a diversion’, hosted in London on 13th June 2017. Ian examined the question as to whether and how 5G will be commercially viable for media and broadcasting industry players. Details of the event can be found here.
Ian Corden spoke at the INCA Seminar on ‘Full Fibre & 5G’ in London on 12 July 2017. Ian contributed to a panel discussion focused on the potential for 5G technology to efficiently meet demands across various commercial scenarios. Details of the event can be found here.
Ian Corden spoke at Total Telecom’s forthcoming telecoms industry conference: Connected Britain 2017, held in London on 14-15 June 2017. Ian led a discussion on how strategy can be turned into reality, and how practical ‘hands-on’ experience of digital transformation and strategic sourcing in the industry can be leveraged for telcos to mitigate risk, as[…]
Ultra-fast 5G frequencies will need to be shared by telecoms providers in order to bring high-speed mobile broadband to all corners of the UK, according to a team composed of researchers at the University of Sussex and Dr. Richard Rudd of Plum Consulting. The radical model being investigated by the team would harness the latest[…]
Ian Corden spoke at the LCII -TILEC Conference: The Future of Open and Collaborative Standard Setting, held in Brussels on 29 May 2017. Ian presented Plum’s recent detailed study on economic implications surrounding the debate on FRAND and IEEE-II IPR policies in technical standards. Details of the event are here. The agenda for the conference[…]
At the recent ITU-R Study Group 3 meeting in Geneva on March 30th , a new model for ‘building entry loss’ was agreed. Developed over a year of strongly collaborative effort by a group chaired by Plum’s Richard Rudd, this model is based on recent measurements carried out by many organisations including NASA, Ericsson, Telstra,[…]