- Time : 09/23/2019 (Monday), 10:00 ~ 17:10
- Location : Computer History Museum 2nd Floor Hahn Auditorium
- Address : 1401 N Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View, CA 94043 USA
- Attendees: 300+ participants including industrial experts, entrepreneurs, and academics professionals.
Experiencing 5G in 3 sessions
1. Global Leader: 5G Chips & Infra
2. Rising Star: 5G Application
3. Future Tech: Beyond 5G
|Time||Main Events||Speakers and Panelists|
|10:10～11:10||Opening Keynote Speech||JinHyo Park, CTO, SK Telecom
Jonathan Davidson, SVP & General Manager, CISCO
|11:10～11:35||5G Chip & Infra
(Global Leader Session)
|Speech 1||Shanker Trivedi, SVP, NVIDA Enterprise Business
– Computing Strategies in the Era of 5G
|11:35～12:00||Speech 2||Lee Chen, Founder & CEO, A10 Network|
|12:00～12:40||Panel Discussion||TOPIC: How well can we enable 5G networks far more than
RAN (Radio Access Network)?
|(Panel) Charlie Zhang, VP, Samsung Research America
(Panel) Lydia Hicks, VP, British Telecom
(Panel) Byungki OH, SVP, KT Global Business Development
(Panel) Vishy Gopalakrishnan, VP, AT&T
(Moderator) Jean-Marc Frangos, Ex-SVP, British Telecom
(Rising Star Session)
|Speech 3||Rikard Steiber, President, Viveport, HTC Vive|
|14:25～14:50||Speech 4||Nadeem Sheikh, VP, Autonomous Vehicle Programs, Lyft|
|14:50～15:30||Panel Discussion||TOPIC: What are the killer application for 5G?|
|(Panel) Will Hayes, CEO, Lucidworks
(Panel) Modar Alaoui, CEO, Eyeris
(Panel) Tony Lee, CEO, Saltlux
(Panel) Jaehyeok Kim, CEO, LetinAR
(Moderator) Chris Nicholson, CEO, Skymind
|15:40～16:20||5G Ecosystem (Research Institute Session)||Speech 5||Dennis Hong, Professor, UCLA|
|16:20～17:00||Discussion||TOPIC: What are the future technologies that realize 5G value proposition?|
(Panel) Steven Woo, Fellow, Rambus Labs
(Panel) Richard Dasher, Director, Stanford University US-Asia Technology Management Center
(Panel) Seung Chan Bang, SVP, ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute)
(Panel) Myoungho Sunwoo, Distinguished Professor, Hanyang University
(Moderator) Edison Tse, Professor, Stanford University School of Engineering
Opening Keynote Speakers
Mr. Jin-Hyo Park is CTO and Head of Network Technology R&D Center of SK Telecom. He is currently responsible for the development of wireless technologies at SK Telecom. He joined SK Telecom at 1997, and worked for the IRIDIUM project and 3GPP standardization. From 2004, he has not only contributed commercialization of WCDMA and HSDPA/HSUPA, but also took a responsibility for the R&D strategy of SK Telecom. Since 2009, he has successfully led the Korea-first LTE launch, the world-first multi- carrier deployment, the world-first nation-wide HD Voice (VoLTE) commercialization, and the world-first LTE-A (Carrier Aggregation) commercialization, and now directing LTE-A Pro and 5G evolution of SK Telecom. His current interest mainly focuses on advanced communication system including LTE-A, 5G, NFV/SDN, and Network Analytics.
Jonathan was named Senior Vice President and General Manager of Cisco’s Service Provider Business in August 2018, He leads a team that is driving disruption in the industry with technology innovations in routing, 5G, subscriber experience (mobile, cable, fixed), automation, and optical. Jonathan re-joined Cisco in March 2017 as Sr. Vice President and General Manager of Service Provider Networking. In that role, he drove Cisco’s leadership position in SP routing, networking and automation software solutions ushering in the next-generation of networking and network automation innovation.
Prior to rejoining Cisco, Jonathan served as Executive Vice President and General Manager at Juniper Networks leading its Engineering and Product Management. In that role, he was responsible for driving strategy, development and business growth for the company’s entire portfolio including routing, switching and security, as well as leading the ongoing evolution of silicon technology and the Junos operation system.
Before Juniper, Jonathan held a variety of leadership positions at Cisco over the course of 15 years. During that time, he developed service provider solutions and led the enterprise routing product management team and service provider Layer 4 through Layer 7 services team.
Jonathan is co-author of the best-selling book, “Voice-over IP Fundamentals,” and is a frequent speaker at high-profile industry events. Active on social media, he frequently shares his observations and insights about the industry through Twitter @jonathandavidsn and blogs.
Session Keynote Speakers
Shanker TrivediSVP, NVIDIA
Lee ChenFounder & CEO, A10 Networks
Rikard SteiberPresident Viveport, HTC Vive
Nadeem SheikhVP, Lyft
Dennis HongProfessor, UCLA
Shanker Trivedi is the senior vice president of NVIDIA. He has led worldwide sales and business evelopment for NVIDIA’s Datacenter and Professional Visualization products since 2009. His responsibility includes TESLA HPC and Hyperscale Datacenter servers, DGX AI Supercomputers, QUADRO graphics workstations, and CUDA, OpenACC, Deep Learning, and GRID virtualization software solutions. Prior to NVIDIA, Shanker held various sales, marketing, and general management positions at Callidus Software, Sun Microsystems, IBM (RS/6000 AIX EMEA), ICL/Fujitsu, and other companies, in the U.K. and India.
Lee Chen has served as A10 Networks’ President, Chief Executive Officer and as a member of our board of directors since July 2004. From 1993 to 2004, Mr. Chen founded Centillion Networks and Foundry Networks. At both companies, he served in a variety of positions, including Vice President of Engineering. He previously held management and senior technical positions at OTS, Apple Computer, Convergent Technologies, Inc.
Rikard Steiber is President of Viveport, the world’s first and only “Netflix of XR” subscription service live in +60 markets for HTC VIVE, Oculus, Windows and Wave virtual reality devices. Before joining HTC as President of Viveport and SVP of Virtual Reality, Steiber successfully built up several international businesses in Video on Demand, YouTube MCNs and eSports, as the CEO for MTGx and Chief Digital Officer at Modern Times Group.
Nadeem Sheikh is the Vice President of Self-Driving Vehicle Programs at Lyft, the US ride-hailing company. He leads Lyft’s Business Development & Operations teams in engaging the Automotive ecosystem and building new capabilities to support and accelerate self-driving cars on Lyft’s network. Previous to Lyft, Nadeem was a member of the executive team of Opower, an energy-focused software company which reached over 100M consumers globally and went public in 2014.
Dr. Dennis Hong, a TED alumnus, is a Professor and the Founding Director of RoMeLa (Robotics & Mechanisms Laboratory) of the Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department at UCLA. His research focuses on robot locomotion and manipulation, autonomous vehicles and humanoid robots. He is the inventor of a number of novel robots and mechanisms, a unique three-legged waking robot STriDER, an air-powered robotic hand RAPHaEL, and the world’s first car that can be driven by the blind.
Session 1 Panelists & Moderator
Jean Marc FrangosEx-SVP, British Telecom
Lydia HicksVP, British Telecom
Vishy GopalakrishnanVP, AT&T
Byungki OhSVP, KT Global Business Development
Charlie ZhangVP, Samsung Research America
Jean Marc Frangos
Jean Marc Frangos is a Silicon Valley Corporate Innovation thought leader and startup NED/advisor. As SVP, External Innovation at BT, Jean-Marc has been responsible for managing the innovation programmes to prepare BT’s future portfolio aimed at the Consumer and Business markets, including areas such as TV over IP, Virtual Reality, IoT and Cloud Technologies. He has also been responsible for innovation partnerships with venture capitalists, start-ups and industry peers in the United States, Asia, and Europe.
Lydia Hicks, VP, British Telecom
VP, British Telecom
Vishy is responsible for catalyzing the delivery of advanced technologies and innovative products to solve business challenges, and actively engaging with the startup community to bring new capabilities to AT&T. Prior to his current role, Vishy was part of the AT&T Corporate Strategy team; delivering analysis and recommendations on new business opportunities. Before AT&T, Vishy has held leadership roles in product management, sales, alliances, and consulting across a variety of companies, including SAP, Nokia, Motorola, and Ernst & Young.
Through his extensive experience, Vishy brings a depth of knowledge and expertise in delivering technological business solutions in mobile apps, networking, cloud, IoT, and security. A frequent speaker at industry events, Vishy is a co-author of “Work Goes Mobile” (Wiley, 2006).
Mr. Byungki Oh has over 30 years of experience in telecommunications industry encompassing various areas in the mobile network engineering, technology strategy and management, international standardization, international roaming, development of corporate strategy, advanced technology, devices & services and global business development and collaboration. Mr. Oh is currently Senior Vice President of Global Business Development, Global Business Group, KT Corp. At this post, he supports CEO and Top management as an Executive-aide for Global Business Affairs. He also manages Global Business Development, Marketing & Sales and Collaboration.
Mr. Oh has been the focal point to GSMA and ITU-UNESCO Broadband Commission and manages KT Executives representation at the Board of Directors of GSMA and the Broadband Commission. He personally was a member of Service Review Group of GSMA. He was a leader of GSMA Pay-Buy-Mobile Initiative, Embedded Mobile Program, and Applications Efficiency Task Force. Mr. Oh was also an Acting Chair of the Epidemic Preparedness Working Group under the Broadband Commission and led publishing of the “Preventing the Spread of Epidemics using ICTs.”
Charlie Zhang is a VP and head of the Standards and Mobility Innovation Lab of Samsung Research America, where he leads research, prototyping, and standards for 5G and future multimedia networks. From 2009 to 2013, he served as the Vice Chairman of the 3GPP RAN1 working group and led development of LTE and LTE-Advanced technologies such as 3D channel modeling, UL-MIMO, CoMP, Carrier Aggregation for TD-LTE. He received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and is a Fellow of IEEE.
Session 2 Panelists & Moderator
Chris NicholsonCEO, Skymind
Jaehyeok KimCEO, LetinAR
Tony LeeCEO, Saltlux
Modar AlaouiCEO, Eyeris
Will HayesCEO, Lucidworks
Chris Nicholson is the co-founder and CEO of the artificial intelligence/deep learning company Skymind and co-creator of the open source framework Deeplearning4j.Nicholson served as head of communications and recruiting for almost two years at the Sequoia Capital-backed startup, FutureAdvisor. FutureAdvisor is a robo-advisor that was acquired by BlackRock for a reported $150 million to $200 million in 2015.
Nicholson co-founded Skymind in late 2014 with Adam Gibson. Skymind was admitted to Y Combinator’s Winter 2016 batch and raised a seed round later that year from investors such as Tencent, Ron Conway’s SV Angel, Ray Lane’s Greatpoint Ventures, Google’s Amit Singhal and Krishna Bharat, Joe Montana’s Liquid2 Ventures and Muse’s Matthew Bellamy.
Jaehyeok Kim is co-founder and CEO of LetinAR, an Augmented Reality (AR) optical solution provider. Kim has co-founded LetinAR with Jeonghun Ha, the inventor of PinMR™ (“Pin Mirror”) technology in 2016. Before founding LetinAR, Kim conducted R&D project on Object Recognition at Samsung Electronics and projects on VR Applications in Healthcare and Rehabilitation at HCI Labs in Hanyang University.
Tony Lee is the president and CEO of Saltlux, Inc., the artificial intelligence and big data analytics company, headquartered in Seoul, Korea. He received B.S. and M.S. in ICT Engineering from Inha University of Korea. He holds a specially appointed professor in Hanyang University and held an adjunct professor’s position in Inha University, teaching computer science and information technology. He was a member of the Fourth Industrial Revolution Committee under the President of Korea. He is a chairman of the ‘Artificial Intelligence Industrial Association’, and a vicechairman of the ‘Intelligence and Information Forum’ and ‘Society for Computer Intelligence’. Tony is one of the few pioneers in the field of Artificial Intelligence in Asia, contributing to Korean Government’s R&D plan for AI technology and to the industrial dissemination. He was honored with ‘Best Paper Prize’ from Samsung, ‘Best Software Award’ from Korean Government and the president of Korea, and the ‘Order of Industrial Service Merit’ from Korean Government. Tony is also a member of the ISO/TC37 committee and the several EU FP7 projects. He has authored more than 60 papers, articles, and reports so far.
Modar Alaoui is a serial entrepreneur based in Silicon Valley, California. He is mostly known for his work in the field of Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision-based face analytics and emotion recognition technologies. Alaoui is the founder and CEO of Eyeris Technologies, Inc., a Deep Learning-based face analytics and emotion recognition software.
Will is the CEO of Lucidworks. He has over 20 years of experience in Silicon Valley leading product, marketing, and business development initiatives. Prior to Lucidworks he was head of technical business development for Splunk, where he was responsible for defining the company’s market category and key product feature sets. Hayes also created and led the company’s global partner program, building an ecosystem of consultants, developers, resellers, system integrators, service providers, and technology partners to drive sales opportunities and increase partner profitability. Earlier in his career, Hayes served as a software engineer at Genentech, where he built solutions that supported the sales and drug development teams. He is a member of global leadership organization YPO, and currently lives with his family in San Francisco, California, where Lucidworks is headquartered.
Session 3 Panelists & Moderator
Edison TseProfessor, Stanford University
Steven WooFellow, Rambus Labs
Richard DasherProfessor, Stanford University
Seungchan BangSVP, ETRI Telecommunications
Myoungho SunwooProfessor, Hanyang University
Edison Tse received his BS, MS, and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the Director of Asia Center of Management Science and Engineering, which has the charter of developing executive training programs for executives in Asian enterprises, conducting research on development of the emerging economy in Asia and establishing research affiliations with Asian enterprises.
Steven Woo is a Fellow and Distinguished Inventor at Rambus Labs. He is a seasoned professional with strong technical and strategic marketing backgrounds, and over 20 years of experience leading teams in the development of computing and memory system solutions, developing business proposals, evangelizing solutions, creating intellectual property, leading performance analysis efforts, and managing internal and customer programs. His industry experience includes work with companies around the world, particularly in Asia (China, Japan, Taiwan, and Korea). He has over 30 patents in the areas of memory, memory systems, and neural networks.
Richard Dasher has been Director of the US-Asia Technology Management Center at Stanford University since 1994. He served concurrently as the Executive Director of the Center for Integrated Systems in Stanford’s School of Engineering from 1998 – 2015. His research and teaching focus on the flow of people, knowledge, and capital in innovation systems, on the impact of new technologies on industry value chains, and on open innovation management.
Seungchan Bang, SVP, ETRI Telecommunications & Media Research Laboratory. Seung Chan Bang is the Senior Vice President of ETRI(Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute) in Korea. He is in charge of Telecommunications and Media Research Laboratory where mobile/fixed communications develop 5G and beyond 5G technologies including radio frequency technology and satellite communications are practically dealt with. In Media and Contents sections, 8k UHD, hologram, and AR/VR technologies are being developed.
Myoungho Sunwoo is currently a distinguished professor at the Department of Automotive Engineering at Hanyang University in Seoul, Korea. Before joined Hanyang University, he’s been working as a researcher at GM Research Laboratories in Warren, Michigan for around ten years.
His research interest is design of distributed real-time control systems for autonomous and connected vehicle. He is a senior member of National Academy Engineering of Korea, and a fellow member of SAE, and was an advisor of Presidential Advisory Council on Science & Engineering in Korea.