Every day we are moving closer to the super-connected, 5G-enabled world that promisses to bring the broadband experience to the next level. 5G infrastructure will become the engine of the connected world, and will rely on policy, norms and standards that do not yet exist. In order to advance the industry the biggest players of 5G ecosystem must come together – and that is exactly what the 5G Techritory does for the second year in a row in Riga, Latvia.
5G Techritory is Baltic Sea region's biggest 5G event that took place last week. SAF Tehnika was there not only to showcase the latest wireless solutions, but also to join the ever-increasing debate on 5G development and smart cities. The CEO of SAF Tehnika JSC, Normunds Bergs took part in the pannel discussion on the role of cities in the development of 5G networks together with other leading minds of the industry.
Take a look at how Riga became the capital of 5G for the week in the gallery below!