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5G and the broadcast revolution

Will 5G herald a complete shake up of the broadcast and media industry?

Watch now on demand to explore the implications and potential of 5G from a user and supplier perspective and gain technical and business takeaways for your 5G strategy.

Darko Ratkaj, Senior Project Manager for Technology & Innovation, EBU
Phill Lawson-Shanks, Chief Architect & Vice President of Innovation, EdgeConneX
Gianluca Noya, Managing Director Network Mobile Services, Accenture
Recorded Aug 10 2017 63 mins
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