AGBC November Monthly Event – Wednesday, 27 Nov 2019 – Dan Bieler, Forrester – 5G – What is it, why does it matter, what benefits does it offer?

 
Dan Bieler

 

Speaker: Dan Bieler, Forrester Research
Topic: 5G – What is it, why does it matter, what benefits does it offer?

When: Wednesday, 27 November 2019
Time: Registration starts at 1830, Meeting 1900-2200
Where: Marriott Hotel, Berlinerstr. 93, 80805 Munich
Sign-Up: Events tab n the ABC Munich Community Platform at www.agbc-munich.com.

Connectivity is creeping ever deeper into our lives and business operations, while business success increasingly depends on network-enabled product and service differentiation. 5G is a key factor for advances in digital transformation.  It will play a key role for businesses that want to address the growing customer demand for low-latency and very-high bandwidth product features and service experiences.

 

Dan is a Principle Analyst at Forrester Research and has been in the ICT sector for more than 15 years. At Forrester Dan serves CIOs and digital strategy leaders by guiding them through the challenges of digital transformation. Prior to joining Forrester, Dan worked at Deutsche Telekom’s enterprise division, T-Systems, as a strategic marketing consultant. Before Deutsche Telekom, Dan worked as an EMEA consulting director for telecommunications and networking at the research firm IDC and as a research director at Ovum. Dan holds an M.Sc. in economics and B.Sc. in economics from the London School of Economics and the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), both of which are part of the University of London.

 

 

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