5Qs on 5G: MycomOSI

The latest in our 5Qs on 5G series sees Sandeep Raina, Product Marketing Director explain how MYCOM OSI, a company that provides assurance and analytics within mobile networks, will fit into the 5G ecosystem.  Can you define where in 5G networks MYCOM OSI’s technology will play? As Communications Service Providers (CSPs) make the transition to digital service providers, with the help of big data analytics, cloud technologies, heterogeneous HSPA/LTE/WiFi/5G access and ultra-fast, agile service delivery capabilities, they must recognise that their operational environment…

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5Qs on 5G: Citrix

Inside5G’s 5Qs on 5G series explains who is doing what in 5G. In this episode it is the turn of optimisation and application delivery platform provider Citrix. Its Netscaler hardware and software based virtual appliances control and manage the delivery of applications across service provider networks, while its ByteMobile Adaptive Traffic Management and Analytics products provide optimisation and insight into application and network performance. So how does it see itself fitting into, and shaping, the development of 5G networks? Here Inside5G continues its series…

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Osborne Outlines UK Push for 5G

George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, committed the UK government to an active role in the development of next-generation networks in his Budget speech yesterday, dealing with the IoT, driverless technology and spectrum. “This is the next stage of the information revolution, connecting up everything” Whilst not mentioning 5G specifically, he claimed: ‘We’ll invest in what is known as the Internet of Things. This is the next stage of the information revolution, connecting up everything from urban transport to medical…

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Nokia to showcase working 5G radio equipment at MWC

Nokia Neworks has announced that it will be coming to the Mobile World Congress with a bag full of 5G tricks including two working prototypes of new radio equipment, Internet of Things security and an LTE-M demo with Korea Telecom. The Finnish company will be showing off ‘5G radio equipment’ operating on new millimetre and centimetre wave bands to achieve high capacities, and incorporating new frame structures to achieve single-digit millisecond latency. The idea that much lower latencies require much shorter frame lengths…

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