5Qs on 5G: With OMA

If only it were as easy as tearing the LTE infrastructure down and assembling a brand spanking new 5G system. One of the greatest challenges in the move to 5G though, may be in making it interoperable with its predecessor – where services need to co-exist across network layers. The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) was formed back in 2002 to deliver open specifications for interoperable services, bridging OS, device and network boundaries. Now, as 5G approaches, Communications Director Elizabeth Rose speaks…

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