Plum recently worked with Business and Industry on the 2019 5G campaign. A printed publication was enclosed within every copy of the Guardian newspaper on 6 December 2019, and the content is available online at (https://bit.ly/2LhCnS2). The campaign featured exclusive content from key thought leaders and industry voices about the transformative impact of 5G on[…]
The UK Spectrum Policy Forum, part of TechUK, is currently considering the future of spectrum authorisation – and how this needs to change to reflect the different ways in which spectrum is used and demanded. Ensuring that the assignment of radio spectrum delivers technical, economic and social benefits is imperative for Government. For the last two[…]
Tim spoke on the subject of the role of smart cities in building a sustainable business environment for the 5G, AI, and IoT triplet – examining the way that smart city deployment of 5G may (or may not) help to encourage the uptake of consumer 5G networks and enable new IoT uses. The panel discussion[…]
A number of Plum partners and staff are attending the IIC’s annual conference as part of Communications Policy and Regulation Week 2019. Sessions on regulating digital platforms, rethinking spectrum management, investment in infrastructure, and competition policy, will examine some of the issues we have worked on over the last year.
Tim Miller moderated the economics expert roundtable in Budapest, which focussed on trends in telecommunications and ICT industries over the next five years and the associated challenges with ensuring these developments can happen. The panel of nine experts discussed developments in six key product and service areas: Electronics and photonics System software Infrastructure equipment and[…]
Plum participated in two sessions at the 2019 European Spectrum Management Conference held in Brussels on 19 and 20 June. Tony Lavender moderated a panel looking at how millimetre wave spectrum can be used to provide capacity and innovation, and the regulatory and authorisation regime that needs to be in place to enable this. Tim[…]
Tim Miller moderated a session, including presenting the issues to be discussed, at the 5G Huddle held in Tokyo in association with ForumGlobal. The panel looked at the business cases for 5G deployment – looking at the different types of 5G, the various use cases that have been identified, and the stakeholders that need to[…]
On Wednesday 19 December, Tim Miller presented a session on new developments in IMT spectrum valuation at the ITU Regional Workshop in Riyadh. The talk looked at how uncertainty over 5G business models is affecting operators’ valuation of spectrum and how regulators can take account of this in their spectrum awards; and also looked at[…]
Tim Miller spoke at the world-renowned spectrum management conference in Brussels, hosted by Forum Europe, on the use of private LTE (and 5G) by industry and how it increases spectrum efficiency and opportunities for mobile operators and users alike. Full details of the conference can be found here. Tim’s presentation can be accessed via the link[…]
Richard Rudd presented at the IET’s 2018 Colloquium on Antennas, Wireless and Electromagnetics conference, in Bristol. The main purpose of the presentation was to give an overview of the structure of, and current work within, ITU-R Study Group 3, concerned with radio wave propagation. The presentation can be accessed below.