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connect conference 2024

Join Arash Ashouriha – Chairman of the NGMN Alliance Board and SVP Group Technology at Deutsche Telekom – and other industry leaders in Dresden, Germany to discuss the future of telecommunications.

Experience an exceptional conference featuring distinguished speakers, ample networking opportunities and an delightful evening program.

When? 18 June, 2024
Where? Hilton Hotel Dresden

Get your conference ticket now.






The Great Telco Debate

We were excited to be part of Telecom TV´s The Great Telco Debate – An Alternative Take on the Future of Telecoms.

Our CEO Anita Döhler joined the expert discussion, where she focused on the importance of interoperability, flexibility and scalability, enabling a multi-cloud environment.

All content, including the debate sessions, are now available to view on-demand here.

Get NGMN´s Cloud Native Manifesto here and access all our latest publication here.

We invite interested industry players to become part of our endeavor. 


Cloud Native Telco Summit

Cloud Native Telco Summit

Back for a fifth year, TelecomTV’s Cloud Native Telco Summit will host top cloud-native telco experts who will share their unique insights on how they are adopting new methodologies, practices and tools to underpin their increasingly cloud-oriented strategies.

The summit will highlight the reasons for cloud native and the resulting benefits to a telco, using the experiences of early adopters.

Register for free to join the conversation and engage with other experts during the live Q&A sessions.

You can shape the discussions by sending in your questions upfront!

NGMN 5G White Paper 2

5G White Paper 2

NGMN published its first 5G White Paper in 2015, providing an operator vision of 5G and serving as a guideline for 5G definition and design. Since then, the White Paper has been referenced by standards development and industry organisations when producing 5G specifications and promoting the 5G ecosystem.
This second 5G White Paper begins with a review and expansion of the vision in the first 5G White Paper. It then highlights some of the vertical industries that 5G will progressively support, showing how mobile network operators can provide both network and services to meet the varied requirements of the different markets. A high-level description is provided of key technology enablers that have matured or been identified since the first 5G White Paper, and that are required to meet the Verticals’ requirements. Specific consideration is given to sustainability, the latest considerations and recommendations on IPR and spectrum are provided, and we conclude with some key messages and actions to industry. Sections listing abbreviations, definitions and references then complete the document.