2022 5G Forum | Potomac Officers ClubView On-Demand
5G, or the fifth-generation of mobile networks, took both public and private sectors by storm when it was deployed globally in 2019. With higher bandwidth, lower latency and faster connection speeds, 5G quickly became the foundation for innovation in areas like Internet of Things, military communications systems and many other network advancements.
Now, high-speed wireless networks are evolving at a rapid pace — the federal government and its industry partners are now looking toward the future as the next generation of communications, or NextG, emerges and transforms the market.
The Potomac Officers Club’s 2022 5G Forum brings together prominent government officials, 5G experts and industry leaders to discuss the challenges, opportunities and priorities surrounding 5G, as well as what’s next for the network as new technologies, developments and capabilities arise.
Senior Vice President, Technology and Solutions
LTG John Morrison
Deputy Chief of Staff, G6
Chief of Enduring Security Framework
National Security Agency (NSA)
Col Jason Quinter
Assistant Chief of Staff, G-6, 3d Marine Aircraft Wing, I Marine Expeditionary Force
Dr. Thomas Rondeau
Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (OUSD R&E)
|9:05am||9:55am||Opening Keynote: LTG John Morrison
Keynote Introducer: Michael Loomis
|9:55am||10:55am||Role of 5G in the Tactical Environment Panel: Pete Gallagher, Michael Loomis (Moderator), Natalie Pittore, Col Jason Quinter, Dr. Thomas Rondeau and Kevin Stiles|