Tandon in the News
2019 Brooklyn 5G Summit looks at what’s next
The sixth annual Brooklyn 5G Summit (B5GS), organized by both Nokia and the New York University (NYU) Wireless research center at NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering, has evolved into one of the most preeminent conferences on 5G since its inception six years ago. … Building on the themes of past summits, t e theme for this year’s B5GS was “The First Year of the 5G Era” and saw sessions centered around key issues such as 5G New Radio (5G-NR) and core and network slicing as well as emerging technologies such as machine learning, Terahertz (THz) communication, nonterrestrial networks, ultrareliable low latency, and private networks. … The agenda was very rich, and we have decided to focus on the key takeaways centered around the roadmap for 5G and its long-range extension out to 2035.