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MEC PoC#2: Edge Video Orchestration and Incident Reporting

Webcast on ETSI Mobile Edge Computing Proof of Concept #2: on Edge Video Orchestration and Incident Reporting.
Delivered by Dirk Lindemeier, Head of Liquid Applications at Nokia, Matt Stagg, Network Strategy with EE and Klaus Magora, CTO of Smart Mobile Labs, this webinar describes the use of ETSI's MEC standards to deliver Edge Video Orchestration and Incident Reporting use cases at Wembley Stadium, UK.
Recorded Feb 3 2016 57 mins
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Dirk Lindemeier, Head of Liquid Applications, Nokia; Matt Stagg, Network Strategy, EE; Klaus Magora, CTO, Smart Mobile Labs
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