IEEE 5G Summit
Tuesday, 23 June 2020
Location: Los Angeles Convention Center, Room TBD
The technologies and systems for 5G are now pushing for commercial deployment with focus on Stand Alone (SA) networks, mass market for 5G devices, and global adoption of mmWave in premium devices and for small cell enhancement and fixed wireless access (FWA). Furthermore and looking beyond 5G, technology research and development needs to focus on MIMO enhancement, V2X and IoT evolution, integration of 5G with Non-Terrestrial Network, and new FR3 & FR4 spectrum development. To bring all this into focus, the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) is organizing a 5G Summit at the 2020 MTT-S International Microwave Symposium (IMS2020), 23 June 2020, with speakers at the leadership level from different companies and industries to discuss 5G related topics, including foundries, standards, mobile networks, MIMO and millimeter-wave systems, RFIC, and RFFE. As part of the IEEE Comsoc 5G Summit series (details at www.5GSummit.org), this summit will provide a platform for leaders, innovators, and researchers from both industrial and academic communities to collaborate and exchange ideas regarding 5G and beyond 5G technologies.
The 5G Summit will be open to all IMS & RFIC attendees for a nominal cost, and attendees will be able to register for the 5G Summit using the IMS2020 registration site; the summit will be complemented by a reception for all registered attendees, followed by a rump session to drive a live discussion between the speakers and the audience on the summit presented topics. IMS2020 will be an incredible week that focuses on 5G connectivity and brings together the best engineering minds from systems to hardware.
VP John Smee talk at 2019 5G summit