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May 2018
20 June
Panel

THE GADGET’S GOT IT – THE PENDING EXPLOSION IN MOBILE DATA

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With bandwidth and smart phone computing power rapidly increasing, industry players are projecting an 18-fold increase in mobile data over the five year period beginning in 2011. How is this going to reshape both the hyper competitive mobile phone and telecommunications industries? What might be the wider impact on the computing industry?
Moderator:
John Thornhill, Deputy Editor, The Financial Times
Panellists:
Andrei Dubovskov, President, MTS
Mohammad Gawdat, Vice President of Emerging Markets for SEEMEA, Google
Artem Kudryavtsev, President, TransTeleCom Company CJSC
Vlad Martynov, Chief Executive Officer, Yota Devices Ltd.
Duncan Mitchell, Senior Vice President, Emerging Theatre, Cisco
William Savage, Vice President, Intel Corporation
Front row participants:
Luis Martinez Amago, President for EMEA, Alcatel-Lucent SA
Dmitry Maselsky, General Director, Ericsson
Denis Sverdlov, Deputy Minister of Telecom and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation

Highlights

By 2017 there will be 10 billion mobile connected devices. Some of those will be machine to machine, some will be laptops, some will be tablets, and many will be smart phones. We expect that the average mobile connection speed will be increased seven fold.

Duncan Mitchell
Senior Vice President, Emerging Theatre, Cisco

I think that in principle we’re not far off from a time when a gadget in itself will seem to us to be as much of a crude anachronism as we currently view the cassette tape or CD.

Andrei Dubovskov
President, MTS

We think that in five years 3G will be available to maybe 85% of the world’s population and LTE will be available to about 65% of the population.

Dmitry Maselsky
General Director, Ericsson

We are going to see in the next 3 to 5 years a complete revolution on how networks are constructed.

Luis Martinez Amago
President for EMEA, Alcatel-Lucent SA

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