Is 5G Ready for Primetime?: Moving Past Proof of Concept and Into the Real World
SVG TranSPORT 2022 • 43m
For several years, 5G has topped the technology–buzzword standings as a solution promising to revolutionize the industry. However, for the most part, use of 5G as a transport method for live sports events has been limited to one-off tests and proofs-of-concept. When will 5G be stable enough for large-scale deployment of live-production backhaul solutions, and how will it boost bonded-cellular technologies? Hear how 5G could impact live sports production and contribution in the immediate future.
Tom Buffolano, LiveU, Director of Business Development, Partnerships
Ghislain Collette, Haivision, Vice President, Product Management
Mickey Miller, Vislink Technologies, CEO and President
Tim Stevens, Verizon Business Group, Global Leader, Strategic Innovation for Sports, Media & Entertainment
Brandon Costa, SVG, Director of Digital
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