Friday March 25, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ET
ATIS’ Next G Alliance Green G Working Group presents the Path Toward Sustainable 6G Webinar on Friday March 25, 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ET. The event shows how North America can drive innovation in reducing energy consumption and other environmental considerations relevant to 6G networks. View the full agenda and register.
BACKGROUND: As the ICT industry advances toward the 6G future, a focus on energy efficiency and sustainability is key. At the webinar, attendees will receive insight from expert speakers from Next G Alliance members on:
- Energy, water and materials consumption of current and future mobile networks
- Latest developments in the use of renewables and energy harvesting in ICT infrastructure; and
- How 6G innovation in RAN, data centers, devices and more can help other industries reduce their own environmental footprint.
Opening Remarks by Next G Alliance Green G Working Group (WG) Leaders: Marie-Paule Odini, Research Director, HPE; Micaela Giuhat, Director 5G Policy and External Engagements, Microsoft; and Colleen Josephson, Senior Research Scientist in Distributed Edge, VMware
Keynote by Nada Golmie, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Fellow
Subject Matter Expert Presentation by Bhushan Joshi, Head of Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility for Ericsson North America. Joshi will present an overview of Green G: The Path Toward Sustainable 6G, a white paper developed by the Next G Alliance Green G Working Group
Panel Discussion and Q&A
Panelists: Andrea Bohmholdt, Principal Environmental Economist, MITRE Corporation
Clara Li, Senior Principal Engineer, Wireless Standards, Intel Corporation
Amy Zalman, Professor of Strategic Foresight at Georgetown University
Moderator: Carsten Baumann, Director Strategic Initiatives – Solution Architect
Secure Power Division, Strategy and Sustainability Schneider Electric
Call to Action and Closing Remarks by Green G WG Leadership
About the Next G Alliance Green G Working Group
The Path Toward Sustainable 6G webinar is presented by the Next G Alliance Green G Working Group, whose mission is to position North America as the global leader in environmental sustainability in 6G and other future generations of wireless technology. To join in this work, contact ATIS Membership Director Rich Moran. Learn more about the Next G Alliance.