After over a year of travel restrictions during the global pandemic, MWC Barcelona 2021 was back to the event of mobile world ecosystem with both in-person and virtually. They got back to what they do best with a range of inspiring keynote sessions, eye-opening insights and cutting-edge technology that showed us how we can shape a brighter and more connected future.
Connected Impact in action
‘Connected Impact’, it’s as the subject in this year, and made MWC 2021 the place to come together, to innovate, network and transform, with the united power of the digital ecosystem. So business, the planet and society can thrive.
It was the first large-scale hybrid event of its kind, ensuring that people worldwide could enjoy one of the most anticipated events in months, in person or virtually.
220 exhibitors spanned four impressive halls with innovations from both mobile and vertical industries. For the first time, their virtual portal, My MWCS Online, allowed participants from all over the world to experience the event too. Leading brands included Huawei, ZTE, Nokia Shanghai Bell, Qualcomm, Inspur, Ruijie, Whale Cloud, YOFC, Oppo, AsiaInfo, Comba and Nreal.
Through faster speeds and stronger connections, 5G has become a catalyst for next generation IoT services. Enabling networks to extend securely to remote locations means technology is solving pain points for many industries such as FinTech, Manufacturing, and Health, among others.
Intelligent connectivity will continue to play a transformational role across these industries for many years but with the markets adapting to the global health crisis, how can mobile develop its solutions and business propositions to ensure mobile is a key partner for the long term?
Vertical use cases, opportunities & outlook
Digital Supply Chain
Telcos as the ideal partner for all industries
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