It is a brave thing to state, at least these days, that a telco needs to think about a new technology in terms of “revolution” and not “evolution”, as the term “revolution” implies that what has been done before is useless. And remember, operators do not like “revolutions” because they want to use legacy systems as much as possible. Hence, infrastructure providers always talk about “evolutions”; not im this case. Leaving the author's bravery aside, the following blog post is an interesting one, worth reading, as the 5 silver bullets provided are indeed useful to make sure mobile operators dimension their 5G backhaul infrastructure efficiently. The problem is most operators will avoid any infrastructure revolution as most of them will use current backhaul networks as much as they can for 5G traffic.
5 Ways Mobile Operators Can Overcome 5G Backhaul Challenges
When it comes to 5G’s effect on the mobile backhaul network, it’s best to think in terms of revolution, not evolution. This reality is creating both significant challenges and opportunities for network operators. Here are five ways to overcome those challenges and find success in the next generation of mobile service delivery … Keep reading the original post here