Blue chip companies present at Mobile Test Summit
Key industry names including Comprion, Deutsche Telekom, MediaTek, Nokia, Picocom, Qualcomm, and Viavi will complement experts from Rohde & Schwarz at this year’s Mobile Test Summit.
The digital conference will provide a platform for knowledge, education and vision around the latest challenges and developments in 5G NR wireless communications.
Rohde & Schwarz’s Mobile Test Summit 2021 will take place daily from October 25 to October 28.
Over the four days, industry leaders and T&M experts will provide insights across the 5G and wireless ecosystem and its test and measurement implications.
With six sessions per day between 09:00 and 12:00 CEST the conference addresses live audiences in Europe, MEA, and Asia.
Registered attendees have access to recordings, making the expert content also available for attendees on the American continent.
Day One’s topic is enabling the ultimate 5G device performance, concentrating on delivery and verification of multi-Gbps throughput, and talking about customer expectations on the 5G device performance.
The second day’s program discusses the routes to an open virtualised network with OpenRAN and related testing and certification aspects.
It is followed by a day dedicated to the importance of delivering exceptional customer experiences for 5G applications such as voice over NR (VoNR), location-based services (LBS), and more.
The Mobile Test Summit rounds off on the last day with sessions devoted to understanding the role of small cells for the success of 5G and the importance of small cell testing from R&D to production.
Alexander Pabst, Vice President Market Segment Wireless Communications at Rohde & Schwarz comments on the event: “The roll-out of 5G networks is in full swing and the industry is focusing now on delivering the ultimate 5G experience. The power of 5G with high bandwidth and real-time capabilities, and the trend for network disaggregation promises a boost to innovation that will enable new business opportunities in several industries.”