Under the Patronage of
Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai
Wolfgang Egger is Vice President and Managing Director of HPE Middle East and South Africa. In this role, Wolfgang is responsible for ensuring strong business growth and excellence of operations across the region, leveraging HPE’s globally renowned expertise to meet the aspirations of government bodies and private sector organizations. As part of his extensive remit, he is forging strong partnerships to drive successful innovation ecosystems and is an active supporter of regional policies enabling inclusive societies. Wolfgang was previously Vice President Channels and Alliances for Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa at HPE. In this capacity he successfully drove revenue and market growth in collaboration with over 3,000 certified partners and strategic alliances, delivering server, storage, networking and services solutions. Prior to this, he led the Services Business for HPE in Central & Eastern Europe, delivering IT solutions for clients in 27 countries, ranging from SMBs to Large Enterprise Customers. He joined HPE Austria in 1997 as a Field System Engineer where he rose to a variety of leadership positions focused on direct customer and partner business interactions. Wolfgang is a strong believer in leading by example, combining deep technical expertise with strategic vision to achieve business growth. An electrical engineer by training, he holds a degree from the Higher School for Electrical Engineering in Salzburg.
14:30 – 16:00
FC Pillar Session 1 - Fusion of 5G, AI and IoT
-Applying AI application to 5G networks to streamline and customise services and increase a provider’s return on investment.
-Enabling Intelligent connectivity: 5G, AI and IoT accelerates technological development and enable new disruptive digital service. And how does intelligent connectivity play a significant role in critical sectors like -Transportation, healthcare, education, Industrial & Manufacturing operations etc.
-How is 5G going to change the world?