5G Infrastructure & The Built Environment

June 28, 2021 | USA

This event will gather some of the public and private sector organisations who are at the vanguard of rolling out 5G technology, and reaping its benefits in real world situations. They will discuss the challenges they are overcoming, the opportunities the technology brings and the ways in which you and your company can utilise 5G technology.

Spotlight

Businesses of all types and sizes worldwide rely on a variety of Microsoft solutions, from key productivity and collaboration applications, to client and server infrastructure, virtualization platforms and Windows Azure cloud services. However, just like with those of its competitors, these solutions are not immune from the performance challenges of operating over Wide Area Networks (WANs) and supporting mobile/remote users with low-bandwidth, high-latency network connections.


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Spotlight

Businesses of all types and sizes worldwide rely on a variety of Microsoft solutions, from key productivity and collaboration applications, to client and server infrastructure, virtualization platforms and Windows Azure cloud services. However, just like with those of its competitors, these solutions are not immune from the performance challenges of operating over Wide Area Networks (WANs) and supporting mobile/remote users with low-bandwidth, high-latency network connections.

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