Washington D.C., USA, 22 October 2020: International speakers from more than 30 different countries will join delegates from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), CITEL, CEPT, ASMG and many other speakers at the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance’s (DSA’s) upcoming eighth dynamic spectrum sharing event, the Global Summit 2020, 3rd – 5th November 2020.
Providing a global virtual platform for dynamic spectrum sharing collaboration, this year’s Global Summit will host more industry leaders and government attendees than ever before. To address the increasing demands on spectrum resources worldwide, the agenda will explore how a variety of spectrum sharing technologies can be implemented across the globe.
The Global Summit agenda will feature speakers from leading institutions, including:
- Mario Maniewicz, Director, Radiocommunication Bureau, ITU
- Virginia Nakagawa, Vice Minister of Communications (MTC), Peru
- Alessandra Lustrati, Head of Digital Development, Digital Development in the UK Government’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO), UK
- Pamela Gidi Masias, Vice Minister of Telecommunications, Chile
- Yolisa Kedama, Councillor, ICASA, South Africa
- Oscar León, Executive Secretary, CITEL
- Tariq Al Awadhi, Executive Director Spectrum Affairs, TRA, United Arab Emirates
- Sébastien Soriano, Chairman, ARCEP, France
- Arturo Robles, Commissioner, Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones, Mexico
- Austin Nwaulune, Director, Spectrum Administration, NCC, Nigeria
- Philip Marnick, Group Director, Spectrum, OFCOM, UK
- Gilles Bregant, General Director, ANFR, France
In addition, many delegates from the industry including Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Federated Wireless, Loon, ISOC and more will share leading insight.
“This year’s high interest so far demonstrates the level of commitment there is to address connectivity demands with collaboration, innovation and strategic partnerships. Our Global Summit aims to provide a platform to do exactly that and will explore innovative dynamic spectrum access sharing technologies, new trends like Wi-Fi 6 and affordable connectivity,” said Martha Suárez, DSA President.
The DSA Global Summit will provide a series of online events across three days that will gather industry leaders to discuss and debate spectrum sharing methods and technologies to address worldwide challenges and explore new solutions. Attendees will learn how to use a variety of complementary spectrum bands to foster innovative uses as well as lower costs to drive affordable connectivity and increase the capacity of deployments across the globe.
The DSA invites the industry to participate at a crucial time for driving connectivity in a post COVID-19 world by registering for free online.