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Special Report: 5G@ Europe Summit 2014

The 10 February conference opening will be live-streamed from 9:30 till 11:25 on this website.

Science|Business will report live from Huawei's 5G@Europe Summit 2014 in Munich.

Research CentreWith the launch of the Horizon2020 Programme, the EU is determined to invest in new technologies to ensure Europe's competitiveness on the digital market.

As the EU innovation community is looking ahead, the 5G@Europe Summit will bring together experts from industry, academia and policy to discuss the challenges, the technology enablers and the business aspects for 5G, the next generation of mobile networks and services.

Date: 10 February 2014, from 9:00 to 18:00, followed by a dinner.
Venue: Sofitel Munich Bayerpost, Bayerstraße 12, 80335 München, Germany

We have reached maximum attendance in the room, you may now only register to watch a webcast of the opening of the conference (from 9:30 to 10:45 CET).

To register to watch the webcast, and to see the programme and the list of speakers, please consult the links below.


Programme Visit www.huawei.eu

Featured Speakers

Expert speakers will present their views on emerging trends and speculate on long-term developments, aimed at sparking stimulating discussions.

Wen Tong
Vice President of Wireless Research and CTO of Wireless of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
Alexander Mogg
InfoCom Competence Center,

Luigi Gambardella

Hans D. Schotten
Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Kaiserslautern University

Thibaut Kleiner
Head of Unit - Network Technologies,
DG CONNECT, European Commission

Sergio Benedetto
CERCOM Research Center


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