Defining and Delivering 5G – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 707

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Asha Keddy, Corporate Vice President and General Manager for Next Generation and Standards at Intel, joins Chip Chat to talk about her work to help drive the definition and delivery of 5G networks.

Keddy and her team “work to define what is next” in three main areas: contributing to standards and policies defined by governments and international consortia, accelerating the development of Intel technologies supporting those standards, and catalyzing future development by assessing current use of these technologies to uncover unfulfilled needs. Keddy additionally serves as Intel’s 5G Executive Sponsor, serves on the boards of CTIA and 5G Americas, and is a former board member of the Wi-Fi Alliance.

In this interview, Keddy and host Allyson Klein discuss the wide-ranging industry investments that will be required to fully realize 5G and future networking standards. Keddy first highlights the importance of industry standards to accelerating innovation, ensuring interoperability, and enabling scale. Keddy then provides an overview of the ongoing work within the industry to deliver 5G and realize what Keddy calls an “exceptionally ambitious” vision of a “fully connected, intelligent society.” Keddy additionally speaks to Intel’s extensive contributions to enabling 5G, including technologies from Intel’s unmatched portfolio for 5G infrastructure that make Intel the foundation of “how networks are deployed, run, and used.” Finally, Keddy reports on how recent usage trends and policy developments are influencing the worldwide roll-out of 5G and forecasts future opportunities that the industry can address atop the foundation of 5G.

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