Panel discussion: making 5G sustainable
While the challenge of Covid-19 has caused a momentary pause in emission levels, climate change remains an urgent issue that will require us to rethink decades-old habits, challenging the status quo. Given that industries produce far greater levels of carbon emissions that consumers, corporations have a responsibility to set a greener agenda and safeguard the planet’s future.
The advent of 5G will boost efficiencies and enable innovative approaches to these challenges, but it cannot be ignored that 5G networks consume up to 10 times as much power as their 4G forebears. However, the industry is recognizing that greener power solutions are the way to address this, as operators can reduce not just their carbon emissions, but also their costs.
Join Emanuel Kolta and other industry experts in this panel hosted by Developing Telecoms as they identify how a greener approach will benefit 5G deployments in emerging markets and across the industry.
- Enrique Dans, Senior Advisor for Innovation & Digital Transformation, IE University
- Emanuel Kolta, Senior Analyst, GSMA Intelligence
- Luis Neves, CEO, GeSI,
- Caroline Gabriel, Principal Analyst, Analysys Mason