Thursday 19th November, 16:00 – 17:00 CET
The fourth webinar will discuss the way in which pandemic times have exacerbated the political and technological considerations surrounding the global race for the leadership in defining the standards, supplying, and building the next generation of high-speed networks. The concerns related to the growing complexity of the 5G technology and to the concentration of the required knowledge in a handful of companies being actively involved in the development of 5G standards appear more and more intertwined with policy and strategic considerations both in term of geopolitics and industrial competitiveness and in terms of national security.
Igor Nikolic | EUI
Pier Luigi Parcu | EUI
Kirti Gupta | Qualcomm
Bowman Heiden | Center for Intellectual Property; University of California
Emilio Davila Gonzalez | European Commission; DG Connect
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