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Docomo to showcase diverse technologies at docomo Open House '24

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NTT Docomo Inc has announced that “docomo Open House '24 — Co-creation starts here” will take place at the Tokyo International Forum (Hall E1) on January 17 and 18, and the online version of the Open House will be accessible from January 17 until February 29.

This year's version of the annual event will showcase 31 exhibits, and is viewable at a preview site.

The Open House will provide visitors with opportunities to learn about the positive impact of Docomo's advanced technologies on society as well as its commitment to contributing to society through collaboration with various partners.

In order to ensure that as many people as possible can experience the exhibits and demonstrations firsthand, web registrations for visiting the event site in person will be newly introduced via the preview site.

The 31 exhibits will cover a wide range of fields, including technologies for 5G Evolution & 6G, urban design, transportation, communication, generative AI, and metaverse/XR. Under the theme “Wonder fuels the future,” the exhibits will be accompanied by wonder panels expressing the aspirations of each technology and its potential benefits for future society.

Source: NTT Docomo

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Docomo .... their phone service drops periodically during the day, and even in Central Tokyo the connection level can be seen struggling at times. Apart from that, they can't even get their "Hikarii TV" to work properly, to the point that I wouldn't be surprised it's Service becoming known as "No Tv Today". Their 10G internet service no longer provides anything close to 10Gbps, let alone 5Gbps, and ... as their own speed test portal is constantly offline. So, I'd not even be remotely interested in NTTs vision of the future, unless they can start getting the current services in order.

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