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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

5G: What operators must deliver to telecom consumers - Experts

The Senior Analyst at Analysys Mason, Mr Roberto Kompany, has given insight into what every Fifth-Generation (5G) network should deliver to every telecommunications consumer, reports ITRealms.

Fifth generation computing devices, based on artificial intelligence, are still in development, though there are some applications, such as voice recognition, that are being used today. The use of parallel processing and superconductors is helping to make artificial intelligence a reality.

Speaking recently on the Ericsson 5G and aligned support service, Kompany said that reduction in latency is expected to improve throughput.

In addition, ITRealms gathered he said, that operators wishing to offer services on 5G must ensure better security, reliability and regulatory compliance as these are all critical capabilities that operators must deliver for 5G use cases.

This is in addition to augmented reality assisted factory and autonomous driving vehicles.

“A distributed cloud capability that enables cloud computing, storage and networking to be placed flexibly in central, regional and edge locations and which can be managed seamlessly, end-to-end, is an important component of a 5G platform,” he said.

The Senior Analyst, Global Telecom Technology & Software at GlobalData, Ed Gubbins, said that the combination of Ericsson’s new products and 5G support for radios already deployed in the field will give operators access to a very broad and flexible 5G portfolio.

“They will be able to move quickly into enhanced mobile broadband and address the new opportunities with industrial applications,” Gubbins said.

ITRealms recalls that Ericsson added a new category of radio products for cities, which it calls Street Macro – a new layer between macro and micro. These radios will be on building facades with a smaller footprint but the necessary strength to secure network efficiency and coverage.  
Nonye Dom/GEE


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