5G and the Future of Work

January 12, 2022

5G and the Future of Work
The world is becoming increasingly connected with advancements in wireless technology. Now in its fifth generation, 5G brings unprecedented speed, reliability, and responsiveness. As 5G wireless technology is further
developed and brought to mainstream markets, it will catalyze a paradigm shift for how we connect with our devices, information, and one another. Verizon partnered with Gensler to explore how 5G will
transform the way people work. We started by evaluating the critical capabilities and limitations of 5G. An analysis of 5G disruptions in tangential industries yielded five key emerging trends. Finally, by applying these trends to the workplace, we distilled specific implications that are most likely to shape the future of work.

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SLICING FOR SHARED 5G FRONTHAUL AND BACKHAUL

whitePaper | June 18, 2021

This white paper introduces the concept of 5G mobile access network sharing and use cases for providing multiple mobile access network services over a common underlying fronthaul and backhaul infrastructure. This white paper was originally published by MEF.

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Telecom’s 5G future

whitePaper | March 10, 2020

More than ever, communications service providers need to rely on the latest solutions related to 5G, (hybrid) cloud, artificial intelligence, edge computing, platform technology and blockchain to enable the digital transformation of the network needed to thrive in today’s environment. IBM has an extensive global network of telecom solution labs, research labs and innovation centers to support its industry offerings. With more than 22,000 subject matter experts in the communications industry, we work with more than 200 major communications service providers across the globe. IBM continues to invest significantly in key acquisitions to add expertise and capabilities that enable clients in this industry.

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NetX2025 Target Network Technical White Paper

whitePaper | March 8, 2022

In addition, by utilizing excellent steering capabilities of network connections, they can expand the cooperation with OTT industry chains and leverage cloud-network synergy to encourage enterprises to migrate to cloud platforms, improving user experience, and although user experience relies on cloud, background networks are the key pillars that enable such an improvement. Therefore, in the future, differentiated E2E network connections will always be key to competition.

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5 cases SD-WAN for the CIO

whitePaper | April 4, 2022

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Achieving IP/Optical Convergence: Building from Existing Networks

whitePaper | July 8, 2021

Enterprise and residential market dynamics, 5G, and the cloud are driving new applications—and creating new revenue opportunities for Communications Service Providers (CSPs). But these emerging use cases are also creating challenges: new traffic patterns, the move to virtualized and distributed applications, and the need for higher bandwidth and lower latency connectivity to end-users. IP/Optical convergence can play a key role in helping CSPs address these, but where does the path to architecture evolution begin? For every CSP, the journey is unique. With Ciena’s solutions, CSPs can start—and build—from their existing networks to evolve to a more streamlined, programmatic infrastructure that can serve as the foundation for innovation in the distributed services and content era.

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5G TERMS AND ACRONYMS

whitePaper | November 15, 2019

The promise of 5G is faster and more reliable communications. 5G opens doors to exciting new connections to Internet of Things (IoT) networks, autonomous driving, broadband wireless, and interruption-free video viewing. Whatever you develop 5G technology for, it will be imperative to understand design and test concepts and solutions across multiple dimensions. There are a lot of 5G terms and more on the way. We’ve got you covered – here’s a list of what’s out there today. Second-generation digital cellular networks used by mobile phones, designed as a replacement for analog first-generation radio (1G). Designed primarily for voice using digital standards.

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Voltaire (NASDAQ: VOLT) is a leading provider of scale-out computing fabrics for data centers, high performance computing and cloud environments. Voltaire's family of server and storage fabric switches and advanced management software improve performance of mission-critical applications, increase efficiency and reduce costs through infrastructure consolidation and lower power consumption.

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