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What’s next for 5G? (and what is 6G?)

...version of which is available for free to download here. Why it matters 5G finally went live in 2018 and the rollout of commercial networks has been accelerating since. By...


Exciting Time for 5G Has Only Just Started

To say that the buzz about 5G has created excitement in the telecoms world would be an understatement. After the first commercial networks switched on in North America and Asia,...


What does the future hold for the Open RAN initiative? to built out their new 5G networks, the move to an Open RAN architecture becomes more urgent. Open RAN deployments are in progress for 4G networks, and large-scale deployments...

Artificial intelligence


Taking advantage of intent-based networking automation

Even for legacy architectures and extremely large carrier-grade networks, IBN verification technology can quickly deliver tangible results. David Erickson is the co-founder and CEO at Forward Networks. David holds a...


Dell’Oro crowns Huawei No.1 despite security concerns

...over 2019. Looking at the growth, Broadband Access, Optical Transport, Microwave, and Mobile RAN claimed the plaudits, while the remaining segments, Carrier IP Telephony, Wireless Packet Core, SP Router and...


ETSI publishes new spec and reports on 5G tech

achieve efficient deterministic packet forwarding in user plane for next generation protocols (NGP). In the conventional IP networks, built on the Internet Protocols defined in the 1980s, every packet carries...

Cloud Computing


What does cloud-native really mean for operators?

...the same time, service providers see a great opportunity to catapult themselves into the digital age through a spirited combination of cloud-nativeness, 5G networks and virtualization. The term “cloud-native” is...


5G – more than just a RAN on steroids

...the very minimum, network upgrades in the radio access network (RAN) and supporting “anyhaul” (fronthaul and backhaul) packet and optical transport networks that carry video and data traffic to and...


A Long Term Evolution required for public safety communications

...messaging. However, supporting only narrowband connectivity and kilobit throughput rates, these networks are not appropriate for large data packet transmission, including digitalised communication, something most of us now take for...


Paving the road to 5G

...alongside today’s networks, wide-scale deployments will commence. According to the 3GPP release 15 standard for 5G, the first wave of 5G networks will be non-standalone (NSA), meaning that 5G will...


Conquering video: overcoming the congestion conundrum

signal strength on faraway networks Furthermore, TCP optimisation also allows mobile operators access to radio-centric congestion control algorithms, that adapt to the idiosyncrasies of specific networks. These algorithms are vital...


Ericsson goes MASSIVE on MIMO

...pair will also work towards delivering a fully virtualized network service (VNS) for VoLTE, including virtual IP Multimedia Subsystem (vIMS), virtual Evolved Packet Core (vEPC). The work will take place...


The need for an effective packet core in IoT

...and more importantly, manage the connections to it without creating bottlenecks. Typically, GPRS Tunnelling Protocol (GTP) solutions have been able to handle up to 25-30,000 Packet Data Protocol (PDP) contexts...

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