We cannot deny that the arrival of 5G comes surrounded by a certain “hype” —nothing new when it comes to a new "G". This new evolution of technology, accompanied by networks virtualization, seems to revolutionize, really this time, the mobile broadband market. And we say “really this time”, because in each migration to a new “G” we have experienced this sensation of technological revolution, which, although it has occurred, it has also left operators a little aside. If there is something the different technological migrations (3G and 4G) may have caused, it has been to boost and enlarge the businesses of over-the-top providers (OTT). However, with 5G we become familiar with concepts beyond uplink and downlink speeds, and it will be interesting to see how the operators take advantage, of course, of these new capabilities.
Trending: 3 Things That Could Be Crucial for 5G
Discussion about what it will take to turn 5G into reality often focuses on broad generalities or hones in on the challenges of developing industry standards and maximizing network efficiency. But, there are other thing to consider as well. Here are three examples from the past week’s telecom industry news that could possibly turn out to be crucial aspects of developing 5G … Keep reading the original blog post here ad more