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0:00:00 Keynotes (1h18’)
0:02:24 Opening address - Alex Jinsung Choi, COO of O-RAN ALLIANCE and SVP Technology Strategy & Innovation of Deutsche Telekom
0:10:50 Chairman address - Andre Fuetsch, Chairman of the O-RAN ALLIANCE and Chief Technology Officer of AT&T
0:18:45 O-RAN Technical progress - Chih-Lin I, Co-Chair of O-RAN Technical Steering Committee and China Mobile Chief Scientist, Wireless Technologies, China Mobile Research Institute
0:47:52 Testing and Integration Focus Group update - David Orloff, Co-chair of O-RAN Testing and Integration Focus Group, AT&T
0:58:22 O-RAN Software Community update - Jack Murray, Co-Chair of OSC Technical Oversight Committee, AT&T
1:18:22 Panel discussion: Paths to O-RAN implementation (1h8’)
O-RAN is creating specifications and open source to enable open RAN implementations, but there is no single path or approach to implementing O-RAN. Implementations using open source modules, proprietary modules, or a combination of the two are all feasible. Operators and suppliers can create different paths and approaches to implementing O-RAN, optimized for their specific network and customer needs. The speakers will discuss their views and/or plans and/or experiences towards implementing RAN networks and products compatible with O-RAN standards.