Due to the Covid emergency, the 2020 edition will be held online. A virtual meeting that will connect a large audience of users and speakers in an interactive way.
Together with high-capacity fixed networks, 5G will provide the connectivity needed for our country’s digital transformation.
With respect to previous generations, 5G continues an evolutionary path: its new radio improves performance in terms of speed, latency, terminal density and power consumption. However, the real novelty of 5G is the revolution it entails in terms of creating and facilitating new and diversified services and enabling new non-human users; the latter are already more numerous than human ones.
Thanks to its software network and full integration with the cloud, 5G will enable new use scenarios, with a significant impact in every sector: agriculture, commerce, defence, energy, finance, health, industry, media, public administration, safety, transport, tourism.
by Nicola Blefari Melazzi, Director of CNIT