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29th April 2021

Small Nations Regulators’ Forum Knowledge Café 2021 (Invitation only)

Small Nations Regulators’ Forum, Virtual Event

Thursday, 29 April 2021

1000 AST / 1500 BST
Duration: 3 hours

By Invitation only

This virtual Café will give members of the Small Nations Rgulators’ Forum the opportunity to engage with colleagues in a small group setting to share experiences, problem-solve, and plan for next steps.

Discussion will include the following topics:

  • Regulating Digital Networks in a converged environment- Imperative? Or Impossible?
  • Rolling Out 5G- what are the implications for: a) Fiber Connectivity b) Spectrum coordination and c) constructing single open access fibre infrastructure?
  • Incorporating AI and smart technology in Cybersecurity policies

Speakers details will be shared soon.

Please use the link on the right of this page to register.

Event details
Date:
29th April 2021
Location:
Online Meeting
Region:
Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East & Africa
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