OMA Seminar & Webinar in Edinburgh, May 2016 (Canceled)

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

“Open Source in 5G and the Internet of Things”

The traditional means of innovating the mobile network has been through the thoughtful and consensus based efforts of technologists working in a standards setting environment.  However, the maturation of the Internet as an application platform and the related rise of Internet-enabled device and service providers, especially on the Web, have helped renew a focus on innovation and differentiation.  The development of 5G networks and the Internet of Things (IoT) will employ a process likely to be dominated by agile development of technology and platform prototypes often in open source, collaborative projects, which put a premium on “code first.”

The seminar, Open Source in 5G and the Internet of Things, presented by the Open Mobile Alliance on May 4, 2016 in Edinburgh, Scotland, is no longer open to the public. This live version of this event is now closed to OMA members only registered to attend the OMA member meeting in Edinburgh.

We will be recording the session speakers and posting the videos on our website after the event. Please check back for the recordings.