Mercedes Fernández from Telefónica
The Innovation Manager at Telefónica Spain, Mercedes Fernández, commented at the 5G Virtual Forum 2020 that the entertainment and health sectors will be the first where citizens will enjoy the improvements of 5G technology.
José Ángel López Mayoralas from Cisco
José Ángel López Mayoralas, Head of Solutions Validation Services for Cisco EMEAR & APJC, explains in the 5G Virtual Forum what he has contributed to the great 5G project with Rakuten in Japan in which he has played a very important role. At the same time, he highlights that with the coronavirus crisis the digitalization […]
Carles Antón-Haro from 5G-IA
During his speech at the 5G Virtual Forum, Carles Antón-Haro, member of the board of directors of the 5G PPP, the European public-private infrastructure partnership of the 5G (5G-IA), considers that improving 5G networks will continue to be a priority for institutions despite the coronavirus crisis.
Raquel Barco from University of Málaga (UMA)
Raquel Barco, Vice-Chancellor of Smart Campus at the University of Málaga (UMA), explains in the 5G Virtual Forum how the “LOCUS” project can benefit tourism. This project focuses on location and data analysis in 5G.
Pere Vila from RTVE
Pere Vila, Director of Technological Strategy and Digital Innovation of RTVE, comments at the 5G Virtual Forum his confidence that some of the public corporation’s projects on 5G will soon materialize.
Luis Delgado from Orange
At the 5G Virtual Forum, Orange’s 5G Programme Manager, Luis Delgado, indicates that the delay in auctioning 5G spectrum could lead to a two-speed Europe.
Daniel Borrás from Samsung
Daniel Borrás, Head of Marketing and Business Development at Samsung Networks Europe, details in the 5G Virtual Forum in which areas is currently being used the 5G and considers that this technology can help the economic recovery.
José Capote from Huawei
José Capote, Director of Integrated Solutions for Operators of Huawei Spain, explains in the 5G Virtual Forum that Europe has a privileged situation for the development of 5G and considers that the current crisis will accelerate the demand for this technology.
Narcís Cardona from Polytechnic University of Valencia
Narcís Cardona, Director of the I-TEAM at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV), considers that Spain has not done its homework in the last year regarding 5G and highlights the importance and need for this technology to develop projects, especially in the post-covid-19 era.