Investors are paying close attention to the ecosystem of 5G enabling and adopting companies which are growing at a fast rate in tandem with one another. Long-term growth is predicted, but it is not easy to know which companies or industries will perform best as a result of 5G. This webinar will focus looking at the companies which make up the 5G ecosystem, the potential growth as a result of technology disruption and where investors should be looking in order to capitalise on the success of this industry.
KEY TALKING POINTS
What are the key industries which make up the 5G ecosystem and what kind of growth opportunities will we see as 5G adoption increases through things like smartphone and industrial applications?
A summary of the main technical attributes of 5G compared with existing networks: what are the uses and advantages of each element in a practical setting? Why do invetors need to pay close attention to these details?
Europe and the Americas are generally a step behind Asia when it comes to adopting new technologies, leading many to believe that the east has been better placed to adapt in the face of the pandemic than the west. Will this trend continue with the east leading the way in terms of the development of 5G enabled ecosystems?
What factors and trends do investors need to consider in order to assess which companies will perform best as a result of 5G?
How will 5G private networks work in an industrial setting? What are the key advantages? How will sectors like manufacturing and logistics stand to benefit?
What has the Covid-19 pandemic taught us about the limitations of current healthcare systems, and how could faster, more reliable connectivity make a difference in addressing these issues?
The future of mobility is dependent on the deployment of 5G networks to enable autonomous vehicles to operate safely. How else does the next generation of mobility rely on the 5G ecosystem?
How does cloud computing intertwine with 5G and the advancement of new AI edge computing systems? What will these technological frontiers lead to in the longer term?
Yan Taw (YT) Boon
Director of Research - Asia
Head of Advanced Industries
Head of Services & Connectivity
Head of Technology Strategy
Global China Editor and Editor of "Tech Scroll Asia" Newsletter
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