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ITU training on the implementation of 5G - the next generation of mobile communications - started in Ashgabat

Today, at the site of the international forum “Turkmentel-2023”, a two-day training “Launch of next generation mobile communication networks (5G/IMT-2020)”, organized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), started.<br>

The target audience of the training is representatives of government agencies, research centers, industry associations and universities, regulators, telecom operators, interested organizations, as well as everyone interested in this issue.<br>

The training takes place over several sessions. During the first session, issues such as: capabilities and technologies of the 5G/IMT-2020 system are discussed; work of the International Telecommunication Union in the field of management and standardization of 5G/IMT-2020, conditions for spectrum allocation and prices for 5G/IMT-2020.<br>

The speakers of the sessions are professionals with extensive experience in the field of radio communications and the implementation of advanced technologies. Among them are Karlis Bogens - Head of the Fixed and Mobile Services Division of the ITU Radiocommunication Bureau, Vadim Poskakukhin - Technical Director of Ubiquitous Wireless LLP (Kazakhstan), John David Kim - Head of the Digital Transformation Acceleration Forum (formerly APAC 5G Forum) and Head of the North-East Asia region in GSMA.<br>

Tomorrow the training will continue.<br>

We previously reported that the International Telecommunication Union is organizing training on next-generation mobile communications.