Poland to host ITU Global Symposium for Regulators
Date: Tue, 05/14/2013 - 11:45
4th-generation regulation for a 4G world
Hosted this year in Warsaw by Poland’s Office of Electronic Communications (UKE), the symposium features world-class speakers and a dynamic programme focused around the hot topics challenging today’s ICT regulators.
Highlights include the quest for additional wireless spectrum to support future mobile growth, strategies to drive 4G infrastructure investment, digital money, roadblocks to IPv6 implementation, and emerging new revenue models for telcos, such as online advertising and IP-based broadcasting.
The first two days of the symposium comprise the Global Regulators-Industry Dialogue (GRID, 3-4 July), and are open to regulators, policy makers and members of ITU’s Development Sector. The third day (5 July) is a closed session open to regulators and policy makers only.
What: Global Symposium for Regulators Global Regulators-Industry Dialogue
When: 3-5 July 2013.
Where: Warsaw, Poland. Warsaw Hilton Hotel
Why: 4th Generation Regulation. Driving Digital Communications Ahead Regulatory agency leaders and top government policy makers from around the world will debate the challenges and opportunities of a rapidly converging ICT environment.
Who: Leaders from the global regulatory community, industry bodies and the private sector, including ITU Secretary-General Dr Hamadoun Touré and the Director of ITU’s Telecommunication Development Bureau, Brahima Sanou.
The 2013 GSR will be chaired by Magdalena Gaj, President of Polish Regulator UKE.
Above, Magdalena Gaj. Image credited to ITU. FOTO Farrell