When applications go beyond simply connecting, and instead enable organisations to make businesses smarter and more agile, through the use of data analytics and business intelligence tools, organisations reach Enterprise Intelligence. Organisations are better positioned for today’s digital and hyper-competitive world. But this raises a number of questions:

  • How can P5G contribute to innovation, particularly in terms of boosting productivity and efficiency?
  • What are the essential issues to consider when implementing P5G?
  • What are the scenarios in which P5G can bring value to connectivity deployment?
  • What steps can you take to develop your use case prior to acquiring P5G?
  • How does a P5G network assist an organisation in meeting its data and cybersecurity standards?

At this roundtable, we’ll discuss your views and experiences, and hear how your peers see the possibilities for P5G to change their organisations. Verizon will first set the scene. Then, you will be invited to an open discussion, so bring your questions and observations.



Welcome coffee


Roundtable discussion: Based on the knowledge gained from rolling out a private 5G network at the Associated British Ports in partnership with Nokia, let us discuss real-world examples from logistics, retail, manufacturing, automotive, sports and entertainment.

  • Welcome and expectations around the table – Levi Nietvelt, Beltug
  • Setting the scene – David De Klerck, Verizon and Henk Stallaert, Nokia
  • Case study of the Associated British Ports – Karantez Jegou, Verizon
  • Roundtable discussion
  • Wrap up & Closing


Networking with drinks and light bites