ITU training on the implementation of 5G - the next generation of mobile communications - started in Ashgabat


Today, at the site of the international forum “Turkmentel-2023”, a two-day training “Launch of next generation mobile communication networks (5G/IMT-2020)”, organized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), started. The target audience of the training is representatives of government agencies, research centers, industry associations and universities, regulators, telecom operators, interested organizations, as well as everyone interested in this issue. The training takes place over several sessions. During the first session, issues such as: capabilities and technologies of the 5G/IMT-2020 system are discussed; work of the International Telecommunication Union in the field of management and standardization of 5G/IMT-2020, conditions for spectrum allocation and prices for 5G/IMT-2020. The speakers of the sessions are professionals with extensive experience in the field of radio communications and the implementation of advanced technologies. Among them are Karlis Bogens - Head of the Fixed and Mobile Services Division of the ITU Radiocommunication Bureau, Vadim Poskakukhin - Technical Director of Ubiquitous Wireless LLP (Kazakhstan), John David Kim - Head of the Digital Transformation Acceleration Forum (formerly APAC 5G Forum) and Head of the North-East Asia region in GSMA. Tomorrow the training will continue. We previously reported that the International Telecommunication Union is organizing training on next-generation mobile communications.