5G Congress Enterprise - Nov 1 2022 - Huntington Beach, CA

Demand for in-building cellular coverage is becoming ever more important for Enterprise, Commercial and Corporate Real Estate Industries. We are at DASpedia ready to host visionary thought leaders, inspiring speakers and the hottest in-building 5G technology. Let’s discuss how wireless technology, automation and innovation continue to impact the way that we operate in today’s connected world.

DASpedia at SoFi Stadium

DASpedia is hosting its 3rd annual 5G Congress event on Nov 1, 2022. This year, 5G Congress is headlined by T-Mobile‘s Southern California Engineering and Operation Teams. 5G Congress is an invitation-only private event and is specifically curated for professionals involved in deployment of wireless network infrastructure for enterprise & government customers. All major US wireless carrier employees are invited to attend.

Date: Nov 1, 2022

Time: 9:00 am – 7:30 pm

Location: Hyatt Regency – Huntington Beach, CA

Approx. 300 Attendees

US Mobile Network Operator (MNO) Local and National Teams, Wireless Technology Solution Providers, OEMs, and End Customers

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PRELIMINARY EVENT AGENDA – NOV 1, 2022

9:00 am Morning Sessions & Private Meetings
11:00 am Vendor Exhibit Open
12:00 pm Networking Lunch
1:00 pm Opening by DASpedia
1:10 pm T-Mobile Team Session – Connecting Local Communities with 5G Technology
2:40 pm Tech Talk
3:00 pm Vendor Networking Break
3:30 pm T-Mobile Team Session – Blazing the 5G Trail…
5:00 pm Networking Reception
7:30 pm Event Concludes

The Southern California market is a major hub for 5G deployment activities by MNOs in anticipation of the 2023 College Football National Championship and the 2028 Olympic Games.Attendees will hear directly from top carrier executives about how their new technologies will help Southern California lead the way in connectivity.

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