Speaker profile

Kim Larsen

T-Mobile Netherlands

Dr. Kim Larsen has more than 16 years of experience in the telecommunication industry, with national, as well as international senior management roles. He was the CTIO in Magyar Telekom, Hungary’s market leading telco operator. Also previously he worked for Deutsche Telekom as Senior Vice President of Technology Economics & Transformation reporting directly to the Deutsche Telekom’s Group CTO. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Physics and a master degree in Physics & Mathematics. Kim is currently CTIO at T-Mobile Netherlands.

Kim is passionate about value-based technology innovations and in particular the strategic and economic impact of new technologies such as 5G and AI. He publishes and discusses his views as ‘Dr. Kim’ on his techno-economical strategy blog www.techneconomyblog.com, his AI strategy & policy blog www.aistrategyblog.comand on Twitter @KimKLarsen.

Among many things, Kim has been developing a blue print for Deutsche Telekom’s Network-centric big data architecture supporting all network needs including the diverse use cases & requirements in a modern telecommunications network. He is driving various applied machine learning initiatives, aggressive network automation and how to get more data science competences into the telecom industry. Lately, he started a debate on relevance of 5G for the mass market, the rightful expectations to its potential and last but not least the economic impact on the telecom industry.

Agenda sessions

Day Two (BST)

September 23, 2020

Future Networks: Technology and Strategy
1:00 pm
CxO Keynote Panel: The foundation of future networks: How do we accelerate the move to automation and autonomy?
  • Track B: Service Orchestration and Assurance

    • 5:00 pm
      In Conversation: Human factors in building the network of the future: Navigating the cultural, people & organisational challenges