1. Articles in category: 5G

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    1. Intel looks to speed 5G development, commercialization

      Intel looks to speed 5G development, commercialization

      The non-standalone variant of the 5G New Radio standard is set for finalization in December, an accelerated timeline agreed to earlier this year and meant to speed delivery of commercial 5G-related services like home broadband and television following a fixed wireless access deployment model. That will be followed, likely toward the end of 2018, by a standalone variant. And once that hits, it’s on.

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    2. Radisys Advances 5G Service Delivery Innovation with MobilityEngine

      Radisys Advances 5G Service Delivery Innovation with MobilityEngine Radisys Advances 5G Service Delivery Innovation with MobilityEngine Radisys® Corporation (NASDAQ: RSYS), a global leader of open telecom solutions, today introduced the evolution of its CellEngine™ product line to MobilityEngine™, a portfolio of disaggregated Radio Access Network (RAN) software solutions and services that enable mobile service providers to evolve their access networks from LTE ( News - Alert )-Advanced to 5G.

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    3. Nokia expands portfolio with 5G in mind

      Nokia expands portfolio with 5G in mind

      Nokia expands portfolio with 5G in mind 06 SEP 2017 Tweet Nokia is ramping up its product portfolio to help operators boost LTE coverage and increase network performance, with the view of ensuring “a smooth transition to 5G”. In a statement, Nokia said the move comes in response to mobile broadband traffic growth, with operators experiencing a greater strain on their network.

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    4. 5G Innovation Centre grows millimeter wave focus with new partner CBNL

      5G Innovation Centre grows millimeter wave focus with new partner CBNL

      The University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC), an academically-anchored partner ecosystem comprising researchers, network equipment vendors, operators and other stakeholders, gained a new partner this week in Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL), which specializes in point-to-multipoint microwave and millimeter wave transmissions. Millimeter wave spectrum can support the high capacity–albeit with challenging propagation characteristics–associated with the emerging 5G standard.

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    5. SK Telecom inching closer to 5G realisation with low latency technology and repeater

      SK Telecom inching closer to 5G realisation with low latency technology and repeater

      South Korean wireless telecommunications operator SK Telecom has worked with Finnish multinational company Nokia to dramatically reduce the latency between the handset and base station from 25 milliseconds (ms) to 2ms over its LTE network – thus moving one step closer to realising 5G.

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    6. SoftBank, Ericsson to test 5G in Tokyo

      SoftBank, Ericsson to test 5G in Tokyo

      Japanese mobile telephony operator SoftBank plans to work with Ericsson to conduct a joint trial of 5G in the 4.5 GHz band in dense, urban areas of Tokyo. The two companies said this 5G trial will involve two new radios, virtualized radio access network and evolved packet core RAN, beamforming, massive multiple input multiple output (MIMO) functionality and support services.

      Ericsson said that the trial is set to commence once the Japanese telco obtains an experimental 5G license.

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    7. Deutsche Telekom and Huawei launch Europe’s first 5G network

      Deutsche Telekom and Huawei launch Europe’s first 5G network

      Deutsche Telekom has partnered with Huawei to launch Europe’s first commercial network heavily-based on what the final 5G standard is set to be.

      While 5G is yet to be officially standardised, the 3GPP standards body announced it will bring forward its plans by six months and lock down the first standards in December. This means we’ve reached a point where little change is expected and vendors can get to work on standardised 5G equipment.

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    8. Ericsson's focus on novel small cell solutions, in prep for 5G

      Ericsson's focus on novel small cell solutions, in prep for 5G

      Ericsson's focus on novel small cell solutions in prep for 5G About Ericsson's focus on novel small cell solutions in prep for 5G 0:47 / September 1, 2017 Ericsson has taken the wraps off three new small cell solutions, the Multi-Operator Dot, the Multi-Dot Enclosure, and the Strand-Mount Unit, which will be commercially available next year.

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    9. Telenor CEO: 5G deployment will be gradual, driven by use cases

      Telenor CEO: 5G deployment will be gradual, driven by use cases

      The deployment of 5G networks by mobile operators will be gradual process and will be mainly driven by specific use cases, international press reported citing Nordic telecom group Telenor’s CEO Sigve Brekke said at a conference in Oslo, according to international press reports.

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    10. 5G fixed wireless a $1 billion market by 2019, SNS Research says

      5G fixed wireless a $1 billion market by 2019, SNS Research says

      5G fixed wireless access is poised to be the first phase of commercial 5G deployments with major operators including Verizon and AT&T testing service delivery using high-capacity millimeter wave spectrum. Given this dynamic, as well as the broader potential of fixed 5G  as an alternative to running fiber to homes and premises, SNS Research sees major market potential.

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    11. 5G Regulatory Considerations Will Impact Design of 5G Networks

      5G Regulatory Considerations Will Impact Design of 5G Networks

      August 23, 2017 at 14:04 PM EDT 5G Regulatory Considerations Will Impact Design of 5G Networks 5G Americas announces new report on Regulatory Policies and Spectrum Sharing BELLEVUE, WA--(Marketwired - August 23, 2017) - 5G Americas, the industry trade association and voice of 5G and LTE for the Americas, today announced the publication of the 5G Regulatory Policy Considerations and Spectrum Sharing white paper outlining regulatory requirements that will affect the design and deployment of 5G networks. Regulatory requirements primarily concern the need for 5G networks to support existing emergency and government services and provide the ability to offer new ...

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    12. DC5G Summit Announces Speakers on the Summit Program

      The DC5G Summit is pleased to announce the following speakers for the inaugural event, taking place October 11 at the Renaissance Downtown hotel in Washington D.C. The DC5G Summit brings together a variety of cellular, satellite, telecom and policy thought leaders to discuss four key 5G components – infrastructure, standards, security and spectrum.

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    13. Nokia leading new group focused on 5G network slicing

      Nokia leading new group focused on 5G network slicing

      Network slicing, seen as a key 5G enabler, partitions a single physical layer into multiple virtual networks. With this technology, operators can essentially provide optimal support for any type of application on a network-as-a-service basis. Whether it’s a internet of things smart meter sending small, intermittent transmissions or a mission critical service like remote industrial control requiring high capacity and low latency, a bespoke network slice would be automatically created to fit the exact needs–nothing more, nothing less; this enhances operational efficiencies and speeds time-too-market.

      To help drive the development of network slicing, 5G-PPP (the 5G Infrastructure Public ...

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