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Keynote - Peter Whale at SAI Conference 2015 - The Future of Wireless will be nothing like the past

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Published on Aug 13, 2015

This video was recorded at SAI Conference 2015 - http://saiconference.com/Computing

Abstract: One thing seems certain: the future of wireless will be nothing like the past. Billions of "things" will be connected using networks quite unlike the ones we use today. Many new products, devices and appliances will be wirelessly connected, and opportunities to transform whole new industry sectors abound. Wireless is finding new application in the home, within government and businesses, in our hospitals, in our cars and in our cities. Major growth challenges exist too. Smartphone penetration will approach ubiquity, average revenue per user is declining, data usage is expanding rapidly. Value has moved to cloud providers with expertise in software and analytics providing innovative consumer services. There is not enough spectrum for future growth and agreement is lacking on potentially conflicting requirements for 5G. With change brings opportunity, new questions to ask and new problems to solve. The technology revolution has only just begun! This talk will briefly review the technical, social and business trends influencing the future of wireless, and then draw out some of the key areas of academic research likely to be of particular interest in the future to industry.

About Peter Whale:
Peter is an accomplished leader in innovation and technology with a track record of conceiving and commercialising breakthrough technology-based products. Peter is Director of Product Marketing with Iotic Labs Ltd, a disruptive start-up with a vision to enable Things to interact on the Internet just like people do. Previously Director of Product Management with Qualcomm Technologies Incorporated, Peter was responsible for innovation and product commercialisation of IP in the field of machine learning into a portfolio of products that have benefited millions of users every day around the globe. Prior to Qualcomm, Peter was a key member of the leadership team at TTPCom, which played an early and pivotal role in the development of digital GSM and the emergence of Internet-enabled mobile phones. Peter developed and sold software solutions shipped in over 100 million handsets, and managed relationships with a number of blue chip customers. Peter has been a board member of CW (Cambridge Wireless) since 2009. Peter is a long-standing SIG Champion of the Future Devices SIG, and has conceived and delivered many innovative and successful events along with his fellow co-champions. Peter is co-author of Essentials of Mobile Handset Design, published by Cambridge University Press, a book that addresses the complex blend of design and technology factors needed to create great mobile devices.

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