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The telecoms industry is buzzing with news and analysis on 5G – its capabilities, its impact on the industry and the road map that leads to commercial deployments. The main 5G standardization process is driven by the 3GPP, but as recently announced, there have been efforts to accelerate the sched...
Date: 06/21/2017
Author: Houman Sadeghi Kaji @ Lotus Communication Inc.
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I've shared my perspectives on a variety of common cloud related questions and I'd be interested to hear your views. Besides transitions in technology, I honestly believe data protection regulations and policies around data sharing will have a big impact on the cloud services industry. Consumers...
Date: 06/02/2017
Author: John Johnson @ Cisco
Tags: 5G, Cloud, IoT
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Discussions around 5G tend to focus on radio technologies and frequency bands. As with any innovation, the technical aspects are important, but they are a means, not an end. Furthermore, the deployment of 5G will require a tremendous expenditure of time and money. Why will operators invest their...
Date: 05/23/2017
Author: Prayson Pate @ ADVA
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The Telecom industry is certainly very eager to deploy 5G services with the support of ultra-high capacity and very low latency next generation networks. But before we get too excited and be prepared to see some commercial availability, 5G technologies do need to be standardized. This is currentl...
Date: 05/17/2017
Author: Barkan Ersoy @ Vodafone UK
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As we know, mobile data needs to travel on a frequency band and bands have different specialities as some of them carry the data for a longer distance and some are just better at passing through things like walls in the cities and obstacles in the nature.
Date: 05/04/2017
Author: Barkan Ersoy @ Vodafone UK
Tags: 5G
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Everyone who needed a SIM is more or less having it, and in order to grow further, OpCos need to transform themselves from being just a Communication Service Provider (CSP) to a Platform Provider, offering any application to run on one of their network slices, accessible from any device, and from...
Date: 04/24/2017
Author: Faiz Alam @ Proximus
Tags: 5G, SDN/NFV
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KT's 5G trial services that it had developed for 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games were presented to the world at an ongoing test event called Hello PyeongChang (since last November until April). With around 300 days until the Olympic, the telco is carrying out various demonstrations in the t...
Date: 04/07/2017
Author: Dr. Michelle M. Do @ Netmanias
Tags: 5G, KT, VR
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5G mobile technology might arrive at our door steps sooner than we think, supporting 3 typical usage scenarios: enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), massive Machine Type Communication (mMTC) and Ultra-reliable Low Latency Communication (URLLC). Though architecture wise 5G is different from its prede...
Date: 04/03/2017
Author: Anuradha Udunuwara @ Sri Lanka Telecom
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Ignore any reports of WiFi's demise, or the ability of 4G/5G to replace it in the future. It's simply not going to happen, except in a couple of tiny overlaps on the big wireless Venn diagram. WiFi puts downward pricing pressure on cellular data - it's probably part of the reason for the return o...
Date: 03/24/2017
Author: Dean Bubley @ Disruptive Analysis
Tags: 5G, Wi-Fi
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Evolved Video Broadcasting aka eMBMS came back into the focus during the 4G era (2011-2012) and though it has yet to hit a steady/stable mark (and profitability); it is by far one of the excellent technologies that will; in my opinion; can become a big enabler for not only optimization for Video...
Date: 03/16/2017
Author: Shaheer Jamal Syed @ Ericsson
Tags: 5G, IoT, LTE, LTE-B, eMBMS
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