Discover how SkyRAN, the smarter way to detect, locate and resolve RF interference and fiber issues, helped this MNO improve network performance and subscriber confidence.
Today’s communications service providers (CSPs) are facing rapid changes in the industry. This is driven by various factors, including fluctuating services brought on by mergers and acquisitions, digital transformations that are redefining the CSP’s MO, over the top (OTT) competitors driving down revenues to satisfy bandwidth-hungry customers and devices, and the pressure to keep up with technical innovations such as 5G.
Wi-Fi is a remarkable success story. Wi-Fi has been around for decades, and yet it continues to evolve, add new functionality, and improve in performance. Today, it is difficult to imagine what wireless connectivity would be without Wi-Fi. And as we move to 5G, the two technologies will be the main pillars supporting our pervasive connectivity needs of the future. This conversation between Monica Paolini (Senza Fili) and Carlos Cordeiro (Intel Corporation), explores these themes and more.
This compelling video interview between Monica Paolini (Senza Fili) and Carlos Cordeiro (Intel Corporation) as they discuss the evolution of Wi-FI and its role in supporting the IMT-2020 vision for the next generation of wireless connectivity.
CloudAIR 2.0 supports the dynamic, on-demand allocation of spectrum resources between GSM, UMTS, LTE, and 5G NR. Given the situation of spectrum shortage, CloudAIR 2.0 can increase MBB network capacity and release suppressed traffic. Find out more in this asset from Huawei.
IoT is adopted in one industry after another. Collaboration across the ecosystem is key to the advancement of IoT. The Huawei Glocal ecosystem will enable carriers to quickly build their own open and healthy ecosystems , and give carriers fast access to the IoT market.
5G networks will support a variety of use cases with challenging security requirements. This paper summarizes the current status of 5G security and outlines the essential elements of the future 5G security architecture.
The 5G core network will use a cloud-native architecture that can deliver expanded service capabilities, scalability, agility and new network functions, so organizations can monetize 5G across multiple industries.
This white paper illustrates 5G capabilities and explains the main technologies needed in 5G, including new spectrum, new antenna technologies known as massive Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO), network slicing and new network architecture.
Network slicing will enable new customer segments to be served with highly personalized services. This paper describes a Bell Labs Consulting analysis of network slicing to understand and address its business viability and practical limitations.
5G is going to revolutionize communications, industry and society, but it can’t do it without a strong 4G base from which to build upon. This report highlights some of the key advances and considerations in the industry right now as mobile operators undertake the evolution to a 5G environment.
MNOs are expanding their fronthaul networks to get ready for 5G. As more RRHs are deployed, the number of RF signals and fiber connections monitored—and trouble tickets generated—will skyrocket, increasing the technician’s workload. Discover SkyRAN: EXFO’s scalable remote access and monitoring solution, providing fast, easy access to the status of fiber optic infrastructure and RF spectrum, anytime and from anywhere.