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Tuesday, 20 November 2018
Large scale convergence with unified core is going to be the mantra of 5G adoption.
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Ask for Fundarc Comm Whitepaper on 5G.
Monday, 19 November 2018
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Thursday, 15 November 2018
Whole lot of 5G services need a fat pipe i.e. continuous spectrum.
For 5G to do its thing, it needs big chunks of continuous spectrum to 'fatten the pipe'. Piecemeal auctions of 3.4-3.8 GHz spectrum (otherwise known as C-Band) such as we had in the UK earlier this year, are not as useful as offering up the whole lot in one go. The eventual outcome may end up being the same, but the whole process is a lot more complicated.
This decision has been met with approval by the mobile industry trade association, the GSMA. "The C-Band is the most vital frequency band for 5G," said Mats Granryd, Director General of the GSMA. "Germany is demonstrating 5G leadership in the timely release of this vital spectrum, but risks undercutting its 5G future with unnecessary obligations. Spectrum is a limited resource and it must be used and managed as efficiently as possible to ensure a 5G future that will benefit all."