Summits and Roundtables

Join one of our expert summits and programmes taking place onsite at MWC Las Vegas

eSim Summit

14.30 - 16.00, Wednesday 28th September

According to the GSMA intelligence “eSIM: State of the consumer market and the road ahead” report by 2025, 2.4 billion smartphone connections will use eSIM globally. North America eSIM Market will growth about 15% during the forecast period (2022-2028). eSIM has become more important than ever because of more devices being connected every day in very vertical market. The requirement to manage devices remotely is increasingly growing. Furthermore, the adoption of the IoT Device in every vertical market is increasing which lead to increase the eSIM development and provide different usages. The US is a significant region for the eSIM Market, therefore we welcome eSIM stakeholders to MWC Las Vegas this September.

This eSIM Seminar will focus on the adoption of the eSIM and trends of the US market. This event will provide the opportunity to get detailed information about the factors that are influencing the eSIM market demand, growth, challenges, and opportunities.

The US is a significant region for the eSIM Market, therefore eSIM stakeholders are welcome to MWC Las Vegas in September.

Open RAN Roundtable 

09:30 – 12:00, Thursday 29th September

Mobile infrastructure supply chain needs innovation and growth to meet the increasing demands of our changing Digital Society. Open RAN is emerging as a critical enabler to increase supplier choice, agility, and flexibility to meet new use cases. In this roundtable, we look to discuss the deployment maturity of Open RAN solutions, the momentum Open RAN has created its challenges to be commercialised and the scale Open RAN could achieve by 2025? 

Sponsored by Redhat 

Open RAN Summit

14:30 – 17:30, Thursday 29th September

The introduction of Open RAN is an opportunity not a threat, enabling choice for Mobile Operators to use equipment from multiple vendors for differing use cases and still ensure interoperability. An open environment expands the ecosystem, and with more vendors providing the building blocks, there is more innovation, greater service flexibility and more options for Operators to meet the demands of the 5G Era. Open RAN aims to reduce network costs, improve performance and delivery greater service agility. 

Join us at the Open RAN Summit in MWC Las Vegas to hear about the latest Open RAN specifications, software developments, industry adoption and successful network implementations in the US and beyond. Meet and discuss the opportunities and benefits of Open RAN adoption with key industry thought leaders. 

Sponsored by Redhat and Fujitsu  

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