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Spirent Connect Forum: London

October 12, 2021
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Whilst Spirent’s heritage is in the lab, our place today is by our customers side, supporting their entire product lifecycle as a trusted partner. Easing the burden of relentless testing demands and new network dynamics, protecting user experiences and assuring service delivery.

With this in mind, we invite you to the Spirent Connect Forum. At this event you will learn about market and industry insights, a strategic outlook for 5G, service assurance and managed solutions. I am pleased to announce we will have two guest speakers: Appledore Research, who will map out the forces shaping the future of networks over the next decade; and the University of Warwick, who will be sharing their experience of Spirent 5G Testing, Positioning and Automation solutions.

Date: Tuesday 12 October
Venue: Royal Society of Arts, 8 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6EZ

9.00am: Registration
9.20am: Welcome and Introduction
9.30am: Market and Industry Insights: The Future of Networks
10.00am: Spirent: Beyond Test and Assurance
10.30am: End to End Network Performance Assurance
11.10am: Coffee break
11.30am: 5G and the Future of Radio Networks
12.10pm: The Managed Solutions Advantage
12.25pm: Customer Experience: University of Warwick – 5G testing, positioning and automation
1.00pm: End of formal sessions and lunch

The Forum features speakers from the following:

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We look forward to welcoming you to the Spirent Connect Forum.


Royal Society of Arts

8 John Adam Street

London WC2N 6EZ

Register for this event

Featured Speakers

Stephen Douglas

Stephen Douglas

Head of Market Strategy, Spirent

Doug Roberts

Doug Roberts

General Manager, Lifecycle Service Assurance


Francis Haysom

Partner & Principal Analyst, Appledore


Erik Kampert

Associate Professor (Research) of WMG’s Intelligent Vehicles Research Team


Matthew Higgins

Reader, Connectivity and 5G Lead of WMG’s Intelligent Vehicles Research Team