IEEE Communications Society Bangalore is elated to invite you all to yet another interesting workshop on Data Management in 5G in association with Infosys, Bangalore, on the 13th of March at 10 AM
The workshop aims to provide insights on 5G networks which require a new approach to the management of data, as the network embraces Cloud-native architecture, Service Orientation. For the next few years, 4G and 5Gwill co-exist, which requires linkage of 4G subscriber data repository and UDM in 5G, which is being standardized now. As 5G encourages ecosystem collaboration, new opportunities arise with IoT and Edge for vertical industry solutions. Data Management becomes very key across domains within operators and the ecosystems for monetization. Cross-domain linkage is very key for handling Zero Touch Operations leveraging AI / ML and automation. As networks are becoming open, it’s important to focus on e2e data security, privacy, and governance.
Link to Register for free: http://bit.ly/comsoc_Mar13
IEEE ComSoc Bangalore and Delhi Chapter present a Workshop on End to End Security Security Landscape, Device, network, Application security :
This workshop is a first of a series of 5G security workshops. It will focus on end-to-end (E2E) security aspects of 4G, and beyond 5G network deployments. While the network has evolved to provide better bitrate(eMBB), lower latency (URLLC), and massive device connectivity (mMTC), the security threat surface also has evolved with it. The softwarization and network virtualization has magnified the challenge further. The intersection of 5G, IoT, DLT & AI/ML brings an extension of the existing threat surface that requires careful consideration from a cyber risk perspective in a zero-trust multi-cloud environment. The workshop would empower you with all you need for Securing 5G – from Client-to-Cloud.
Date & Time: Feb 27th, 9:30 AM onwards
Registration link: https://forms.gle/cWbmyfteVQzVeEvn8
NOTE: The workshop is free to attend, but registration is obligatory.
IEEE ComSoc Bangalore Chapter presents a workshop on 5G: Ultra-Reliable Low Latency (URLLC) for futuristic Applications :
The ITU-R has defined three main application areas for the enhanced capabilities of 5G. They are Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communications (URLLC), and Massive Machine Type Communications (mMTC). The URLLC application will cater to multiple advanced services for latency-sensitive connected devices, such as factory automation, autonomous driving, the industrial internet, robotic surgeries. In this workshop, we discuss 5G Architecture with special reference to URLLC and the industry leaders will walk us through the standards, URLLC algorithms, and details of the complex deployment challenges across the vertical segments.
Date & Time: Feb 20, 2021 | 10 AM to 1 PM
Registration Link: https://forms.gle/g4mZkX2ndEViiXGF7