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DRAFT PROGRAM

Broadband for all

- For a prosperous and sustainable society

Seminar

June 28, 2010

Stockholm

What are the most effective Government initiatives addressing rural broadband deployment /

“bridging of the

Digital Divide”

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What key regulatory and technology aspects need attention to fulfill the objective of broadband for all?

Location

Samlingssalen

Djurgårdsvägen 6

Nordic Museum

Stockholm

What is behind the Nordic countries’ leading position in broadband for all?

2009 the seminar gathered 50 Government & Regulator representatives from 24 countries. All continents were represented.

With contributions from the following speakers

Göran Marby

Director - General, PTS

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Håkan Eriksson

Global CTO, Ericsson

DRAFT PROGRAM

Program

– morning session

08:00

– 08:30

08:30

– 10:15

10:15 - 10:45

10:45 - 12:00

12:00 - 13:30

Registration and morning Tea

Welcome and introduction

- Ulf Pehrsson, VP Government & Industry Relations, Ericsson

Keynote: Technology perspectives

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Håkan Eriksson, Global CTO & President Ericsson Silicon Valley, Ericsson

Keynote: Aligning global spectrum perspectives

- Commissioner Meredith Attwell Baker, FCC (Invited)

Tea & Coffee

Panel debate: What ICT initiatives are Governments taking to promote a prosperous and sustainable society?

Chair: Torbjörn Nilsson, President, TJN Mediacom

- NN, European Commission (Invited)

- Commissioner Meredith Attwell Baker, FCC (Invited)

- NN, French Government (Invited)

- Bitange Ndemo, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of ICT, Kenya (Invited)

- Elaine Weidman, VP Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility, Ericsson

Lunch

– including an update on the World’s First 4G/LTE service

The seminar is arranged by Ericsson.

DRAFT PROGRAM

Program

– afternoon session

13:30 - 15:00

15:00 - 15:30

15:30 - 16:45

16:45

Broadband for all in Germany

- Dr. Iris Henseler-Unger, VP at BNetzA, Germany (Invited)

Broadband for all in Hong-Kong

- HA Yung-kuen, Deputy Director-General of Telecommunications, OFTA, H-K (Invited)

Broadband for all in Sweden

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Göran Marby, Director - General, PTS, Sweden

Tea & Coffee

Panel debate: What regulatory actions are needed to meet the economic and competitive challenges of broadband for all?

Chair: Ulf Pehrsson, VP Government & Industry Relations, Ericsson

- NN, European Commission (Invited)

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Göran Marby, Director-General, PTS, Sweden

- Dr. Bashir Gwandu, Excecutive Commissioner, NCC, Nigeria

- Alan Horne, ex-Director-General TRA Bahrain and ex-President of the Arab Network of regulators, the UK

- NN, Subtel, Chile (Invited)

End

The seminar is arranged by Ericsson.

Location

Valhallavägen 117

Stockholm City

DRAFT PROGRAM

Program

– Bilateral Meetings

Tuesday June 29, 2010

During Tuesday June 29 th

, we are pleased to offer a program of optional activities that will be tailor made to meet your specific needs and to ensure that you get as much value out of the two days as possible. If requests exist for other meetings we will do our best to accommodate them as well.

You will receive your individual program based on your choices of activities below.

The optional activities comprise:

1-hour bilateral meetings with the Swedish regulator PTS and also experts in the field of spectrum, technologies and market dynamics related to broadband and media

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One 2-hour group meeting on the preparations of WRC12/16

One 3-hour Technology Briefing including technology demonstrations

(Please refer to next page)

09:00

– 17:00

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1 hour bilateral meetings

– Regulations

Göran Marby, Director-General, PTS

Location

Main reception

Torshamnsg 23

Kista

09:00

– 11:00

11:00

– 17:00

09:00

– 17:00

Dialogue about the preparations for WRC12/16

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Dr. Håkan Ohlsén, Director, Access Standardization, Ericsson

- Lasse Wieweg, Director, Government & Industry Relations, Ericsson

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1 hour bilateral meetings - Spectrum & Technologies

Dr. Håkan Ohlsén, Director, Access Standardization, Ericsson

- Lasse Wieweg, Director, Government & Industry Relations, Ericsson

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1 hour bilateral meetings

– Market Dynamics

Torbjörn Nilsson, President, TJN Mediacom, Ericsson

12:00 - 13:30 A buffet lunch is served in the Marconi Restaurant

The program is arranged by Ericsson.

Location

Main reception

Torshamnsg 23

Kista

08:30

– 09:00

09:00

– 11:00

11:00 - 11:15

11:15 - 12:15

12:15 - 13:30

DRAFT PROGRAM

Program

– Technology Briefing

Tuesday June 29, 2010

With Mobile Broadband we are seeing major shifts in the area of connectivity and communications

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Internet access is going from being primarily fixed and stationary to being mobile

Mobile networks are changing from primarily voice to multi-service data networks

4G / LTE is introduced as data focused mobile technology

At this technology briefing we will cover some of the highly discussed areas in the field of mobile broadband:

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How mobile technologies provide enough capacity to deliver true broadband service

How to solve the need of high capacity backhaul for mobile broadband and needs for radio spectrum for microwave links

Status update for LTE development and deployment

The impact mobile broadband has on industry growth

There will be opportunities to experience some of the technologies live

Registration and morning Tea

Welcome

- Martin Ljungberg, Director, Mobile Broadband, Ericsson

Mobile broadband enabling industry growths

– how adjacent industries, e.g. health, utilities, transport, government, benefit from mobile broadband?

- Peter Persson, Director, Industry Specific Solutions, Ericsson

Capacity delivered by mobile broadband

– how mobile networks handle the rapid growth of smartphone and PC users?

- Hans Beijner, Manager, Radio Access Networks, Ericsson

Mobile backhaul technology update

– how to evolve the backhaul network to meet demands from mobile broadband?

- David Giaina, Manager, Microwave, Ericsson

LTE technology update

- Martin Ljungberg, Director, Mobile Broadband, Ericsson

Tea & Coffee

Technology demonstrations

- Adjacent industries, e.g. automotive, health

- LTE and the evolution of HSPA

- Mobile backhaul

A buffet lunch is served in the Marconi Restaurant

The program is arranged by Ericsson.

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