5G tech event hosted by CT Event Asia
CT Event Asia host a hybrid event at JW Marriot Hotel Kuala Lumpur from 30th November - 2nd December 2021.
In collaboration with technology companies nationwide and internationally, the 5G TECH 2021 is organised under the themed "Digital Economy Recovery Through 5G". This exclusive and innovative platform brings together key experts of 5G across a wide range of industries comprising of Technology, Transportation, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Education, Telecommunication, Energy and Utility, Financial services, Aviation, Ports, Automation, Agriculture, Media & Entertainment, Gaming and many more, to highlight how Malaysian industries can harness 5G, the ultra-fast connectivity to better serve their customers, offer new products and services, reduce costs, reinvent the business model and explore 5G strategies for business leaders.
The Minister of Communications and Multimedia, Tan Sri Datuk Seri Panglima Haji Annuar bin Musa will be officiating the 5G TECH 2021 with an honorary keynote speech unveiling the outline of the event.
Attracting 1,000+ senior representatives from across the 5G ecosystem and +60 outstanding and well-known speakers, this Event is sponsored by Telekom Malaysia, FORTINET, MAVENIR, EdgePoint, Vive Enterprise Stories, NTT Docomo, Qualcomm and 27 Digital to create more opportunities and exposure for companies in this era of digital transformation.
Our delegates are targeted across leading strategy and innovation leaders, government decision-makers, chief technology officers, C-level industry leaders, IOT related industry leaders, researchers interested in digital transformation, public sector representatives to discuss issues of importance to the development of 5G network in the region.
The Managing Director of CT Event Asia, Mr. Bangaly Camara shared that the 5G TECH 2021 forum is organized and tailored to the theme of "Digital Economy Recovery Through 5G".
When asked about the reasons behind organizing this event, the Managing Director of CT Event Asia, Bangaly Camara said: "As the world has changed after the Covid-19 pandemic, the dependence on network speed, capacity, and security has never been greater. The 5G phenomenon, is seen as not just a generational step, but as a way for the society to advance together towards a more connected future."