Chair: Tony Lavender, UK SPF Cluster 3 and Plum Consulting
Cluster 3 has taken on the remit within SPF of work on spectrum sharing (this previously sat in Cluster 2). DCMS has asked Cluster 3 to review spectrum sharing in the UK and the extent to which current shared spectrum access is creating the right conditions for new players to provide innovative 5G services.
Three workshops are being planned to consider this question, the first of which will look at 5G services / use cases and their spectrum requirements.
This workshop is aimed at gathering information on use cases, business models that could apply (e.g. including whether use cases would be MNO serviced, self provided or delivered via 3rd party spectrum hosts), and spectrum needs.
The speakers will have experience of working in this area of 5G development and will be looking to actively engage with the audience to establish 5G use cases and their spectrum needs.
This workshop will be followed to two more: it is planned that the second workshop will look at options for shared spectrum supply, potential barriers to sharing and measures implemented by Ofcom to enable sharing; the third will focus on the role of DSA and recommendation around its introduction in the UK.
If you would like to be involved please get in touch.
This event will be under Chatham House rule. By signing up you agree for your name and organisation to be added to the delegate list.
After booking you will not receive a diary invite.
Jo leads the work of the UK SPF, the sounding board to government and Ofcom on medium to long-term spectrum issues in the UK and supports the delivery of the Communication Infrastructure Programme.
Prior to her appointment in 2018 Jo held positions at Islington Council, the Industry and Parliament Trust, Inside Government, and most recently at Smart Energy GB in policy and public affairs role. Here Jo predominately oversaw the organisations engagement with MPs and local government alongside external speaking opportunities.
Outside of work Jo likes spending as much time as possible with her dog Fudge, as well as cooking, watching live comedy, and running (but not that far or that fast).
Julia Ofori-Addo supports the Broadband Stakeholder Group, Central Government, Financial Services and Communications Infrastructure with administrative and event support, research and communication.
Julia is bilingual – German and English native. Prior to joining techUK, Julia worked as an IT Team Administrator at Interxion Ltd (data center) supporting and coordinating teams with the Incident Management Protocols (IMP), auditing and reporting procedures and processes and assisting senior management with various secretarial/administrative duties. She has exceptional experience in handling and updating in-house database systems and a proven track record of demonstrating strong interpersonal skills.
Julia is a graduate at the University of Kent with a BSc in Computer Science and Business Administration. In her personal time, she enjoys current affairs discussions, going to the gym and travelling.
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