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This e-book explains the challenges involved in delivering 5G-quality synchronization and the toolbox required to create end-to-end synchronization strategies to meet 5G performance demands now and in the future.
This whitepaper from Cambridge Consultants has been written as a practical guide to the successful implementation of private 5G networks, maximizing ROI and creating competitive differentiation.
This white paper examines the technologies that are making 5G possible, and which charging systems are needed to effectively monetize 5G.
This white paper examines the key technical and connectivity features of the private 5G network, the critical use cases of such private networks, and more.
The VIAVI report "The State of 5G," now in its fifth year, demonstrates rapid escalation of commercial 5G deployments worldwide, despite an ongoing global pandemic.
Learn how 5G is changing mobile speeds in Taiwan; this report also includes data on the fastest operator and city performance.
This report provides the full 5G analysis for Canada, including which provinces and cities are seeing the most benefit and how individual operators are performing over 5G.
With 5G networks rolling out now, carriers with the ambition to deliver a great 5G experience to their customers will again need to address one of the most important services offered by a mobile phone called 'Voice.'
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If service providers focus more on delivering 5G business use cases to small and midsized enterprises, this market segment could prove to be a fruitful source of revenue.
5G Standalone makes a break from 5G non-standalone by integrating the evolved packet core or the signaling brain of the 5G network, which controls the network's devices. It prepares the groundwork for new services unique to this generation of networks, such as network slicing to customize enterprise services across multiple networks.
5G networks require networking, security and compute to work as an integrated solution with tight tolerances – not disaggregated technology stacks and teams. Without built-to-purpose technology, traditional security methods will likely create latency and bottlenecks that undermine the value of these new 5G networks.
As we move towards a digitally interconnected smart world, it is critical to recognize that just one exploited device can weaponize a network and potentially jeopardize critical systems.
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Diana Blass speaks with Adjunct Professor Marco Giordani about how to utilize communications technologies such as mmWave to support Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) use cases.
The 5G Exchange's Diana Blass speaks with Verizon's Jyoti Sharma about how 5G supports geolocation services in autonomous vehicle use cases.
Video delivery networks, cloud gaming, automotive applications and private 5G networks are key use cases that will benefit from distributed edge clouds.
Only about 300 cities in the US have access to 5G, and Baltimore was the first city in Maryland to go live with 5G.

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