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Ookla is exploring where 5G is gaining the most traction today, including an analysis of how much faster 5G is than 4G in various markets.
This article speaks to the requirements of diverse and demanding 5G services as well as the next-generation network needed to support them.
5G and DAA are both driving major transport network upgrades, with IP routing playing a key role due to its scalability, flexible resiliency, and the operational simplicity of a single end-to-end control plane.
Enterprise Chief Security Officers (CSOs) will have a big say in 5G investment decisions.
The ever-increasing demand for mobile data is driving network densification with the deployment of small cells.
This paper provides an in-depth view of the various industry initiatives in defining the EDGE architectures while keeping in view of the emerging networks that are planned to serve 5G applications.
This two-part primer serves as an introduction to the JESD204C standard.
With the plethora of services that 5G is capable of bringing in and the expected variability of communication demands that can originate from CSPs, there is a compelling need for brokering of services with what is available or can be created versus what the market requires.
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Having the flexibility and agility to react to the market demands – both enterprise and consumer – will help to separate the digital leaders from the pack in the race to 5G ROI.
This blog focuses on the alignment of 5G technology with real-world business outcomes. It illustrates how massive MIMO technology plays a role in advancing real-time security monitoring. The blog covers how it supports high-density cameras for new applications like automated security systems that monitor areas and alert agencies about possible security issues, providing them with high-resolution real-time streams of what is happening.
Facing continuous technological and competitive change, communications service providers (CSPs) are now entering a 5G era that demands a new perspective on how networks should be built, the roles that operators will play and the battlefronts on which they will compete.
While communications service providers (CSPs) have already started to roll out 5G offerings, there is still much work to be done before the network is widely available.
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At the 5G Asia event in Singapore, Intel's Caroline Chan talks to Heavy Reading's James Crawshaw about the link between edge computing and 5G, potential enterprise use cases, and the increasingly hot topic of private networks.
Heavy Reading principal analyst Sterling Perrin gives the lowdown on 5G transport network trends and seems shocked that timing and sychronization are sexy topics for the anyhaul specialists.
What were some of the key takeaways from Light Reading's 5G Transport & the Edge event in New York City? Two sober (just) editors chew the fat...
Dive deep into the infinity pool of telecom Singapore with Heavy Reading's James Crawshaw and Light Reading's Tien Fu. Featuring interviews with Caroline Chan of Intel and Rodrigo Beyer Fernandez of Ericsson.

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