Unlocking the Enterprise Opportunity with Private 5G

Presented by

Albert Tan, Accenture; Eric Levander, Intel; Harish Gopinath, Intel

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*Click on the video to see attachments pertaining to this webinar What do enterprises expect from next-generation wireless connectivity to drive productivity? If there’s one thing most decision-makers can agree on, it’s that 5G won’t just change the game – it will create a more seismic impact than any wireless technology evolution to come before it. For the enterprise, a private 5G wireless network enables critical applications to run on their industrial sites and in their field area networks, connecting many devices with secure, ultra-reliable, low-latency, high-bandwidth connectivity. Across the industry, executives know that disruption is happening, but they feel unprepared and unsure how to respond. In this special presentation, Mr Albert Tan, who is Managing Director for Network Services for ANZ, South East Asia, India, Africa and the Middle East, will share how enterprises can expand their operational capabilities with private 5G wireless network by embarking on a multi-step journey to build meaningful use cases and leverage Accenture’s 5G Acceleration Services - a framework and powerful analytics tools to help drive investments in all the right places. The initiative will empower COOs/CIOs/CTOs to unlock value from their network, cloud, security, and IoT with enhanced connectivity to drive productivity provided by private 5G and software-defined network roll-out. Presenters: - Albert Tan, Managing Director – Head of Networks, ASIAM (ANZ, SE Asia, India, Africa, Middle East), Accenture - Eric Levander, General Manager Global Solutions and Scale, Network and Communications Sales, Intel - Moderator: Harish Gopinath, Partner Alliance Sales, APJ Territory, Intel

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