Why do so many believe profitable 5G will come from private enterprises rather than consumer services?
Jan 2, 2019
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The Great Telco Debate brings together some of the world's leading thinkers and players in the telecoms ecosystem to debate the challenges and opportunities facing the telcos, suppliers, regulators and other interested parties. We asked speakers at the event why so many in our industry think that profitable 5G will come from private enterprise networks rather than consumer services?
There's a big debate in the industry today about where the profit will come from for 5G. As well as there being an opportunity for a premium consumer offer based on the extra capabilities of 5G, it is the enterprise and B2B space that looks like generating the most new opportunities for 5G. But why and how? Exactly how will 5G open up these opportunities?
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- Howard Watson, CTIO, BT Group
- Bouke Hoving, EVP Networks and IT, KPN
- Phil Skipper, Head of M2M Business Development, Vodafone
Filmed at The Great Telco Debate, London, November 2018
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