Growth of the 5G Ecosystem

Use cases and industry collaborations dominated 5G discussions during Mobile World Congress 2015. For what the road to 5G means for operators and their partners, head to the Building America's 5G Ecosystem event in New York on April 14.

danielcawrey 3/8/2015 | 1:18:27 PM
Re: Building the 5G Ecosystem It's one letter and one number, but it sounds from the comment above that 5G is going to be a pretty complex implementation. But it has to be done – networks must propel forward as more data is demanded from both users and autonomous devices. 
TV Monitor 3/8/2015 | 12:10:44 PM
Re: Building the 5G Ecosystem "Building America's 5G Ecosystem." <= This is not very confusing. The FCC has indicated it would allocate above 24 Ghz band for 5G services. Who's got 5G air interface technology that works above 24 Ghz as indicated by the FCC? Just Samsung(28 Ghz) and Nokia(70 Ghz). Samsung's ahead with a 5G technology that works in a 2 km radius and on a 65 mph moving vehicle. Nokia's technology works in a very short distance and in stationary only. Everybody else's technology works in bands at 15 Ghz or below, making them useless in the FCC's planning.

Accordingly, it should be clear to everyone what Amercia's 5G Ecosystem is going to look like because there is only single viable technology at this band.
sarahthomas1011 3/6/2015 | 8:21:17 AM
Building the 5G Ecosystem What I meant to say is...I look forward to the conversation continuing at Light Reading's own 5G event taking place on April 14th in NYC, called "Building America's 5G Ecosystem." You can find more info -- and register -- here: http://events.lightreading.com/events/building-america-s-5g-ecosystem/event-summary-029638bd5efb4df699cbdd48df3235b9.aspx

It's going to be a great show, so I hope to see you all there!
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