Matt Kennamore joins MEF19 discussion on taking network slicing to the next level
Debate will cover how emerging technology is enabling flexible, scalable 5G networks for all demands including URLLC
- Panel: Matt Kennamore, SD, business development, North America, ADVA; Rami Yaron (moderator), co-chair, marketing and education committee, MEF, strategy advisor, Infovista
- Topics: 5G network slicing
- When: Wednesday, November 20, 4:10 p.m.
- Where: MEF19, Track 2 – The 5G transformation journey, JW Marriott LA LIVE, Los Angeles, California, USA
Tomorrow’s mobile networks will need to cater for a huge range of use cases from AR to autonomous vehicles. Achieving this will require multi-access edge computing as well as a new breed of disaggregated network slicing architecture. This will enable 5G networks that can simultaneously support services with diverse needs in terms of latency, speed and scale on one physical infrastructure.
In this session, Matt Kennamore and a panel of industry leaders will discuss the latest PoC trail of disaggregated 5G networking with edge computing and network slicing capabilities. They will outline the value of network slicing to operators who want to avoid the expense of building multiple networks for different use cases and reveal how the collaboration of a wide partner ecosystem has accelerated the maturity of the technology.