5G Standalone - maximise the benefits, minimise the complexity

Get the most out of the 5G Standalone transition via expert insights from global wireless operators at Network X 2023.

Take a deep dive into the next stage in the global journey to advanced mobile connectivity – 5G Standalone, at Network X 2023. According to Omdia, more than 35 (largely tier 1) telcos have already deployed 5G core – and Omdia anticipates a rise in the next two years in tier 2 and 3 telcos also deploying 5G core. 

Establishing 5G core via standalone architecture currently promises greater future gains, enabling telcos to achieve improved reliability, responsiveness, latency, 5G coverage and security. This next-gen network infrastructure also promises new possibilities for enterprise use cases. 

At Network X 2023, we will be welcoming tier 1 telcos that will deliver insights into their 5G core journeys and best practice for telcos to maximise end-user 5G core benefits, as well as to minimise the disruption of 5G Standalone migration and deployment. 


Join us at Network X 2023, to explore and experience

Case studies from tier 1 telcos, revealing tried and tested routes to success when establishing 5G Standalone

The benefits that migration to 5G Standalone architecture delivers to both operators and end customers 

Strategies for telcos to reduce the complexity of migration to 5G Standalone  

The latest updates on products, services and target markets to best enable telcos to monetise 5G networks 


Roberto Kompany, Principal Analyst

Roberto is a Principal Analyst in the Service Provider Networks team primarily contributing to the Mobile Infrastructure research practice. His research includes both quantitative and qualitative analysis of the LTE and 5G RAN and mobile core. He is also a Cambridge Wireless Special Interest Group (SIG) Enhanced Mobile Broadband champion.

Roberto has more than 15 years of experience in the telecoms and ICT industries. Prior to joining Omdia, Roberto was an industry analyst at Analysys Mason where he led the mobile networks research, including 5G and open RAN; he helped telecom vendors and operators understand the technology trends and develop business strategies.

His previous experience also includes analyzing telecom market shifts and effects, as well as helping clients worldwide with mobile-related projects.