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February 2018 | By Anuradha Udunuwara @ Sri Lanka Telecom (anuradhau@slt.com.lk)
Future of Telecommunications Industry
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Future of Telecommunications Industry
 

Predicting or envisioning the future of something is not an easy task. If it is about the telecommunications industry, it is even harder as the amount of change taking place in the telecoms and technology fields today is unprecedented. The way this industry has re-shaped within the recent past actually raises the question as to whether the conventional industry we used to call as “Telecommunications Industry” still exists. Let’s look little closer as to what drives the change, what business problems exist today, how likely those business problems are going to be addressed and the type of transformation we can expect in the future in the telecommunications industry. 

 

 

Anuradha Udunuwara

Architect, design and plan SME/B/I ICT solutions
at Sri Lanka Telecom

 

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April 2017 | By Anuradha Udunuwara @ Sri Lanka Telecom (anuradhau@slt.com.lk)
In search of a Multiple Access Scheme (MAS) for 5G
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In search of a Multiple Access Scheme (MAS) for 5G
 

5G – the 5th Generation 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) [1]. Though architecture wise 5G is different from its predecessors, like in any other wireless communication technology, among many other things, the Multiple Access Scheme (MAS) becomes the key for 5G and selecting the suitable scheme will ultimately decide the future and success of 5G. 

 

 

Anuradha Udunuwara

Architect, design and plan SME/B/I ICT solutions
at Sri Lanka Telecom

 

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March 2017 | By Anuradha Udunuwara @ Sri Lanka Telecom (anuradhau@slt.com.lk)
xR beyond Pokémon Go
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xR beyond Pokémon Go
 

Pokémon Go, the latest location based Augment Reality (AR) game developed by Niantic, was no exception. Airport wide advertising could be seen inviting passengers to capture Pokémons. Sounds weird, but this is where the world is moving today. Different forms of Digital Senses are being introduced, including AR, Virtual Reality (VR) and Human Augmentation (HA), blurring the lines between the virtual and real worlds.

 

 

Anuradha Udunuwara

Architect, design and plan SME/B/I ICT solutions
at Sri Lanka Telecom

 

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