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This 5G Americas white paper examines the road to a cloud-native 5G core by introducing and reviewing the cloud-native landscape as a technology.
This white paper aims to help the communication service providers concerned with 5G network management to familiarize themselves with the new OSS concepts and solutions in preparation for 5G network deployment.
Traditionally, point-to-point dark fiber has been the transport technology of choice for wireless networks but can quickly become cost prohibitive in certain scenarios. This paper focuses on innovative backhaul, midhaul and fronthaul transport technologies for 5G networks to address this gap.
This paper assesses the total mobile spectrum available in difference world markets.
The next and faster version of 5G is the millimeter-wave (mmWave) 5G; this white paper presents some of the disruptive technologies around beamformers that can aid in a faster mmWave 5G deployment.
In late 2019, Nokia and Omdia surveyed 172 service providers around the world to better understand their current thinking about 5G and specifically the eight 5G use case categories identified by Nokia Bell Labs.
This report summarizes insights from Spirent’s global 5G customers, providing a behind-the-scenes view of what’s gone right so far, where challenges exist and how past experiences can help predict what comes next for 5G in 2020 and beyond.
Small Cell Forum (SCF) has published its analysis of the burgeoning market for small cell-based private networks, outlining market drivers, use cases and recommendations for LTE-based networks and examining their evolution to 5G.
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As major 5G users push the envelope and 5G service expands out of cities into suburban and rural areas, end-to-end 5G access is required in more remote locations.
With the introduction of 5G, the total amount of connections, users and the number of innovative applications will increase dramatically. More attention to the security of this growing landscape is thus required.
We are at an exciting time where the convergence of licensed and unlicensed access technologies will foster the evolution of private networks, public networks and Wi-Fi 6 networks. They will collaborate and compete to bring enormous benefits to the entire ecosystem.
Many employees are now sequestered to their homes because of COVID-19, and the current 4G Wi-Fi network is experiencing a surge in demand. While the promise of 5G – lower latency and higher reliability and data rates – was just around the corner, wide-scale adoption has also been put on hold – at least for now.
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Tareq Amin, CTO for Rakuten Mobile, explains why the operator plans to deliver a 5G service based on open RAN.
The 5G Exchange's Diana Blass examines Orange Group's approach to deploying its 5G network by building off existing 4G LTE equipment and utilizing Open RAN.
This video examines the impact of 5G on the healthcare industry, how 5G has been utilized for eHealth such as analyzing COVID-19 cases, the challenges to adoption of 5G for eHealth, and more.
Tensions between Huawei and the US and UK are heating up over the use of Huawei equipment in 5G deployments.
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September 22 - 24, 2020
The BIG 5G Event 2020, hosted by Heavy Reading, is now a virtual event which will gather the entire 5G ecosystem including telecom experts, enterprise decision makers and eager 5G application developers. With 2020 being the year tipped as key for 5G, we will be bringing you content covering all the hot topics, including 5G core, 5G transport, applications & enterprise innovation, AI in the 5G world, private networks, edge computing and more.

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