April 19, 2018
The CTIA Race to 5G Summit .
A recap of the day's keynotes and panels.
About the Event.
The CTIA Race to 5G Summit brought together leaders from across the telecom landscape to address the international competition to lead the world in wireless, the risk of falling behind, the policies we need to win, and how 5G will impact a variety of sectors such as healthcare, energy and manufacturing.
More than 250 attendees heard from Senators Cory Gardner and Maggie Hassan, Rep. Susan Brooks, FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr, and NTIA Administrator David Redl, as well as senior business and technology leaders from Samsung, Ericsson, Qualcomm, Intel, Nokia, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.
These business executives are investing in and building out the next-generation of wireless. By bringing their message to our nation’s capital directly, their presence underscored the importance of the U.S. winning the 5G race—and the urgency with which policymakers need to act to make that happen. See below for photos, video and presentations from the event.
Taking in the exhibits at The CTIA Race to 5G Summit.
“We know the best path to ensuring wireless leadership for the United States is the entire government working in a coordinated fashion to support the industry’s 5G push.” – NTIA Administrator David Redl
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr takes in an exhibit at The CTIA Race to 5G Summit.
Rep. Susan Brooks (R-IN) speaks with Meredith Attwell Baker, CTIA President and CEO, at The CTIA Race to 5G Summit.
Meredith Attwell Baker
President & CEO
Rep. Susan Brooks
President & CEO, Samsung Electronics North America
President and CEO, Ericsson North America
Sen. Cory Gardner
CTO, North America, Nokia
General Manager of Business Development & Partnerships, Next Generation and Standards, Intel
Sen. Maggie Hassan
SVP, Technology Planning & Engineering, AT&T
SVP, Technology Strategy & Planning, Verizon
VP, Network Technology Development & Strategy, T-Mobile USA
Head of Regulatory Advocacy, GE
VP & Chief Analytics Officer, Exelon
Director of Marketing & Product Management, Telematics, Harman
Dr. Karen Rheuban
Medical Director, University of Virginia Center for Telehealth
Senior Vice President & Chief Communications Officer