Productive networking session on 5G infrastructures at ICT 2018
On 6th December 2018, Horizon 2020 projects 5G EVE, 5G-VINNI, and 5GINFIRE organised an interactive networking session at ICT 2018 in Vienna, which was dedicated to stimulating innovation over next generation 5G network infrastructures. The session aimed for an interdisciplinary discussion on the requirements for a 5G end-to-end facility from the industry customers’ perspective.
More than 30 participants contributed to this interactive session, which was chaired by Anastasius Gavras from Eurescom. After a brief introduction by him on the topic, the participants first agreed on requirement categories and then gathered requirements, which were arranged as clusters of sticky notes.
Within 30 minutes, the participants collected a plethora of requirements under the following categories: performance, economic/ business, regulatory, security, application level interface, reliability, quality of experience, and vertical applications.
At the end of the session, Anastasius Gavras, summarised the results.
A written report on the collected requirements will soon be published on the 5G EVE website.
Further information is available on the networking session page.
Please see also the ‘Summary of the 5G infrastructures networking session’ (PDF file for download).