GTI Asia Conference 2012

2012-06-20 23:30:42 | Source:

June 20, 2012, Global TD-LTE Initiative (GTI) allinace with China Mobile hosted 2012 GTI Asia Conference. GTI Asia Conference is part of Forum Series at Mobile Asia Expo 2012. Over 300 delegates from China Government, Global Operators, Global Industry Partners, Media and Consulting Agencies attended the conference. Jointly discussing TD-LTE development progress and key issues.

This is the first GTI global conference held in China mainland. By the end of May 2012, 9 commercial TD-LTE networks have been launched globally, 10 TD-LTE commercial contracts have been publicly announced, over 16 operators have announced TD-LTE commercial deployment plan, 39 TD-LTE trial networks have been constructed. In 2012, GTI established GTI Partner Forum and initiated LTE Global Roaming Service research. The next target is to speed up global market scale.

 
  • Vision

                   
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    The Vision session was hosted by Mr. Craig Ehrlich, Chairman of GTI Steering Committee. 

    Chief Executives from China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, China National Development and Reform Commission, GSMA, China Mobile, Bharti Airtel and Softbank Mobile delivered speeches, commented on global TD-LTE development trend and provided the forecast to TD-LTE global commercialization.

    • Strategy

               
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      The Strategy session was hosted by Mr. Craig Ehrlich, Chairman of GTI Steering Committee.

      Senior Executives from Bharti Airtel, China Academy of Telecommunication Research of MIIT, China Mobile, and TD Industry Alliance delivered speeches, introduced the latest TD-LTE trial/commercial status.

       
    • Panel

            

       

      The Strategy session was hosted by Mr. Reinhard Kreft, Head of Standardis, Industry Engagement, IPR & Academia, Vodafone.

      Senior Executives from UK Broadband, Clearwire, Optus, and Antares got on stage and discussed TD-LTE global demands and deployments under 2.6GHz, 1.9GHz, 2.5GHz and 3.5GHz TDD spectrum.

       
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