50 Percent of US Will Have 5G Capability In 2020, Says Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg
50 Percent of US Will Have 5G Capability In 2020, Says Verizon CEO

“I think we will have (functional phones running on 5G in 50% of the country) by next year,” says Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg. “It is a functionality called DSS, dynamic spectrum sharing, where basically it’s agnostic to what type of phone you have. I think that it’s going to be next year.”

It Is a Multi-Cloud World, Says VMWare COO Sanjay Poonen
It Is a Multi-Cloud World, Says VMWare COO

“VMWare allows the datacenter to act like a public cloud,” says VMWare COO Sanjay Poonen.…

I Want Every American To See The Transformative Impact Of 5G, Says Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg
I Want Every American To See The Transformative Impact Of 5G, Says Verizon CEO

“We have been on to 5G for seven years now. We pride ourselves with the best network,” says Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg. “I just want every American to have a 5G phone in their hands and see the huge impact it will have in a transformative way that 5G will make in this country.”

5G Poses New Security Risks, Says Avast CEO Ondrej Vlcek
5G Poses New Security Risks, Says Avast CEO

“5G brings a couple of things,” says Avast CEO Ondrej Vlcek. “One is the density of the network which is enabling things like IoT, the Internet of Things. That’s an exciting thing but also poses some new security risks. Second is speed of connectivity which we all want and which we all sort of are hoping to get better.”

Rakuten Rolling Out Revolutionary 5G Mobile Network In Japan, Says Rakuten CEO Hiroshi Mikitani
Rakuten Rolling Out Revolutionary 5G Mobile Network In Japan

As 5G rolls out consumers will understand the benefits. The key is an edge computing. There is a very low latency between your device and edge. It’s just a millisecond latency, so it’s almost like you have artificial intelligence. You hold your own artificial intelligence in your hand.

Bad Guys Can Implan Malicious Functionality From Anywhere, Says Huawei Security Chief Andy Purdy
Bad Guys Can Implant Malicious Functionality From Anywhere, Says Huawei Security Chief

You can talk about Huawei but we’ve got to make sure our communication networks are safe. The bad guys can implant malicious functionality in hardware and software from anywhere in the world. Potential national security threats to communications are very real.

AT&T Communications CEO John Donovan On IBM Alliance: It's Wide, It’s Deep, It's Formidable
AT&T CEO On IBM Alliance: It’s Wide, It’s Deep, It’s Formidable

“Everything we do is laser-focused on growth opportunity out in the market, cost reduction internally, and transforming ourselves into a simpler operation which then transitions into both cost and customer effectiveness,” says AT&T Communications CEO John Donovan. “This meets that hurdle. It’s wide, it’s deep, it’s formidable.”

There’s Been No Salesforce of Security, Says CrowdStrike CEO George Kurtz
There’s Been No Salesforce of Security, Says CrowdStrike CEO

“There really hasn’t been a foundational cloud company born from the ground up in the cloud,” says CrowdStrike CEO George Kurtz. “There’s been no Salesforce of security. We think we’ve taken the right approach and created the right architecture to be that fourth pillar of cloud computing.”

We Are Iterating At a Faster Clip, Says Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy
We Are Iterating At a Faster Clip, Says Amazon Web Services CEO

“We have a pretty significant market segment leadership position in this infrastructure cloud computing space,” says AWS CEO Andy Jassy. “There are a few reasons for it. The first is we just have much more functionality by a large amount than anybody else. We are also iterating at a faster clip.”

Boingo CEO Mike Finley - Combination of 5G and Wi-Fi 6 is Incredible
Combination of 5G and Wi-Fi 6 is Incredible, Says Boingo CEO

“5G is not really hype, it’s here and it will emerge over time,” says Boingo CEO Mike Finley. “Take (5G) cellular today and mix that with Wi-Fi that’s coming in Wi-Fi 6 and it’s really an incredible offering that comes to end-users.”