Nokia today announced new developments for the MWC19 Shanghai, including the newly confirmed keynote speakers and 4YFN, the Artificial Intelligence Acceleration Program, the main players showing the latest mobile technologies in the GSMA Innovation City, seminars and forums and exhibitors, newly incorporated partners and sponsors. The GSMA, which will take place from June 26 to 28, 2019 at the New Shanghai International Exhibition Center (SNIEC), expects more than 60,000 professionals from more than 110 countries and territories representing a wide range of sectors from the industry.
Intelligent connectivity, which spans 5G, AI, IoT, and Big Data, is paving the way for a new era that will impact almost every aspect of our daily lives – Markus Borchert, CEO of Nokia Ltd
“Through MWC19 Shanghai, Attendees will have the opportunity to listen to the leaders that drive this innovation worldwide.”
As a novelty at MWC19 Shanghai, the Artificial Intelligence Acceleration Program will organize a series of activities that will bring together stakeholders, including policymakers, industry leaders, artificial intelligence specialists, the academy and industry. Startup companies, to discuss the articulation of key policies, stimulate new innovations and explore how artificial intelligence can be. Applied throughout the digital economy. The program, which took place from June 25-28, includes events such as AI Network Seminar, AI Policy Round Table, Think AI Summit, AI Trust Panels in partnership with Digital Asia Hub, an incubated group of experts by Harvard University and several workshops. Nokia Shanghai Bell will have a 775 sqm booth at Hall N3 E50.
Nokia has a strategy based on four fronts underway, according to the company’s CEO that are leadership in high-performance end-to-end networks with operators, expanding into selected company markets, developing a solid independent software division and creating licensing opportunities both in business and in consumer ecosystems.
The company has 5G products in five different segments of the sector: radio, including IP and optics; last mile connectivity with Massive MIMO connectivity (massive multiple input and output) and fixed wireless: millimeter wave capabilities with an edge in the cloud; layers and software neutral as to the network; and business networks. According to Suri, the latter sector will have a value of 15,000 million euros by 2025.
In addition, it has made four predictions for 5G in the medium term: security will not be negotiable, operators will begin depositing money from 5G services for companies, 5G will allow a historical growth of productivity and will continue to grow until a decade.