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Ultrabroadband V: Contents and Applications

Seoul, Korea
October 9-10, 2008
COEX Conference Center - Rm 330, Seoul, Korea

Background and Motivation

 

  • Ultrabroadband is becoming a reality in many parts of the world due to growing market demand for high capacity contents and development of supporting technologies.
  • The UBB environment will create opportunities for new businesses such as IPTV and mobile broadband as well as challenges such as network investment and policy issues.
  • The Seoul meeting will be designed to find ways to maximize UBB potential and at the same time minimize the accompanying risks.  Special focus will be placed on contents and applications, which will serve as drivers for a successful UBB scenario.
  • Leading research in this subject will be presented in Seoul by distinguished academia, industry and government researchers and planners from the US, Europe and Asia.

Conference Program

10/9

(Thu)

08:45~09:00

Registration

09:00~11:00

Session 1: Technology and Service Applications

11:00~12:00

Opening & Congratulatory Remarks, Keynote Speech

12:00~13:00

Lunch

13:00~15:30

Session 2: Market and Industry Structure

15:30~16:00

Coffee Break

16:00~17:30

Session 3: Business Models and Strategies

19:00~21:00

Welcome Dinner (organizers and speakers)

10/10

(Fri)

09:00~11:00

Session 4: Policy Models and Regulatory Issues

11:00~14:00

KT Media
Center Visit &
Lunch (organizers and speakers)

Session Details

Session

Presenter

Title of Presentation

1.
Technology and Service Applications

Elias
Aravantinos, Columbia Institute for
Tele-Information

5G
as an Ultrabroadband In-Building Technology

Enami
Kazumasa, National Institute of
Information and Communications Technology,
Japan

The
Key Application of UBB: Future Video Services

Seung-sik
Yoon, UBIDUS

Utilization & Application Possibilities of UBB in
Ubiquitous Computing Environment

Opening Remark

Jae-hong Yoon, KT

Congratulatory Remark

Do-Kyun
Song, Korea Communications Commission

Keynote Speech

Eli
Noam, Columbia Institute for
Tele-Information

2.
Market and Industry Structure

Won-sik
Kim, Telecommunications Technology
Association

Standardization
and Certification for UBB

James
Larson, Korea Fulbright Commission

Critical
Choices for Convergence in Korea

Suk-gwon
Chang, Hanyang University

Broadband
Convergence – Evolutionary Dynamics of Market Innovation

Raul
Katz, Columbia Institute for
Tele-Information

The Road to Ultrabroadband Industry Structure: Natural Monopoly of Unnatural Oligopoly?

3.
Business Models and Strategies

Min-soo Shin, Hanyang
Universiy

Telco
Strategy in the UBB Era

Hong-beom Jeon, KT

Media
Convergences in Ultrabroadband

4.
Policy Models and Regulatory Issues

Dae-ho Kim, Inha
University

Impact
of Value Chain Openness of the Media Industry in the UBB Environment

Romain
Lestage, FT

Market Structure and Investment in the
Telecommunications Sector: A New Model to Analyse Regulation Policies

Beong-geel
Choi, KT

Network
Neutrality: A 2-Sided Market Perspective

 

Events

April 28th 2014

Mobile Money and Virtual Currency as Payment Systems for Clouds

 

June 20th, 2014

Vickrey Auctions for Spectrum: The Track Record at Columbia University

 

September 19th 2014

State of Telecom at Columbia University

Contact Us

Columbia Institute for Tele-Information
3022 Broadway
Uris Hall
New York, NY 10027
Phone: (212) 854-4222
Fax: (212) 854-1471
citi@columbia.edu

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