Events

5G Briefing 2021

16 - 17  November 2021, Frankfurt

RMA Managing Director, Guy Redmill, will once again be chairing the 5G Briefing conference.

The event brings together industry experts and influential contributors for a two-day conference and networking opportunity to discuss and present real-life cases that are driving the 5G ecosystem. Read on to learn more and to book a meeting with us.

At 5G Briefing you will hear from contributors on a range of topics, including:

  • New Wireless Spectrum Requirements for 5G
  • Small Cell Networks and the Evolution of 5G
  • IPv6, IoT and 5G – Next Generation Technology
  • The 5G Core Network
  • Fiber, WiFi and 5G
  • Role for 5G in connected vehicles

Learn more about the event here.

If you are attending, why not contact us to book a meeting?

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