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Findings from Hub Entertainment Research's new 5G report show that while awareness of 5G in the US is wide and increasing, consumers' true understanding of 5G's value is far more limited.
This is Ofcom's annual Connected Nations report, which measures progress in the availability and capability of broadband and mobile services in the UK.
This report presents Positive Technologies' findings regarding the 5G Standalone core.
Ookla examined Speedtest Intelligence data from over 60.5 million Speedtest results during Q3 2020 to see how much speeds have improved, where download speeds are the fastest at the country and capital level, where 5G deployments have increased and what worldwide 5G coverage looks like now.
This report outlines how to safely and systemically bring mobile networks up to 5G.
This white paper provides background on Open RAN including groups involved, global deployments and the most common architectures (RU/DU/CU/RIC).
The focus of this report is two-fold: Explain how 5G technology will unlock entirely new groundbreaking applications simply not possible today, and detail how service providers can use this technology to create value and revenue in the enterprise and consumer spaces.
This white paper focuses on the two most common network data sources used by DDoS mitigation solutions, deep packet inspection and flow-based statistical traffic sampling, and will highlight the advantages of deep packet inspection in the context of 5G DDoS challenges.
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Enabling applications to perform at 5G speeds to ensure expected user experience is one thing, but ensuring that this happens securely, across more network access points than ever before, presents an entirely new set of very serious challenges.
5G is highly capable of creating newer growth opportunities for all businesses across industries. This is also true for telecom service providers that have been facing immense competition from the increasing popularity of OTT platforms and services over the last five years.
The emergence of network embedded services, network slicing capabilities and the ability to spin up individual sub-networks with their own Quality of Service (QoS) and tailored service experiences will see 5G become a key strategic business enabler.
As 5G digital transformations continue to upend traditional business processes, enterprise organizations have the most to gain. The imperative for these organizations is now to identify ways to monetize the data they ingest in order to gain a competitive edge in today's fail-fast business economy. To do this, they must move data-driven intelligence closer to the edge of the network.
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In Verizon Chairman and CEO Hans Vestberg's CES 2021 keynote address, he examines how 5G technology might be able to have a demonstrable and positive impact on society.
Rose Stuckey Kirk, Chief Corporate Social Responsibility Officer for Verizon, discusses how the service provider is utilizing 5G to provide students with immersive learning experiences.
The 5G Exchange's Diana Blass digs into what's driving the growth of enterprise private networks.
Savari and Verizon are testing how the high bandwidth and ultra-low latencies enabled by 5G and MEC can support applications that can provide warning information to drivers and pedestrians in near real-time.

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