IEEE 5G and Beyond Roadmap

April 1, 2021

The IEEE 5G and Beyond Technology Roadmap White Paper outlines the current telecommunications value chain that will need to adapt to changes and opportunities that the introduction of 5G and beyond technologies will bring. It describes key technology trends that will impact design drivers and challenges for technologies to simultaneously provide wireless communication, massive connectivity, the tactile internet, quality of service and network slicing. Future applications are listed that drive 5G and beyond requirements to provide societal benefits for education, manufacturing, healthcare, smart grid, entertainment, autonomous cars, and smart cities. And the white paper highlights technology enablers that need to be explored in the creation of the roadmap.

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5G spectrum for local industrial networks

whitePaper | May 6, 2021

Many industries are looking at 5G as the backbone of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It is a golden opportunity for communications service providers (CSPs) to create and capture new market spaces by driving innovation, efficiency, and growth across various industries. A key factor influencing the uptake of wireless solutions is the question of how to handle spectrum for industrial purposes, since reliable connectivity demands licensed spectrum. Some countries provide spectrum dedicated for industrial use, whereas others do not. The intention of this paper is not to discuss the pros and cons of such spectrum strategies, but rather to focus on industries with local radio coverage needs. It tries to show that whether licensed spectrum is set aside for industries or not, CSPs are in the prime position to optimally address these industrial connectivity needs with powerful 5G networks and business models focused on industries. For regulators intending to implement licensed spectrum dedicated to industrial use, this paper aims to describe how this should best be done using simple principles and the well-defined legislation already available in most countries across the world.Many industries are looking at 5G as the backbone of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It is a golden opportunity for communications service providers (CSPs) to create and capture new market spaces by driving innovation, efficiency, and growth across various industries.

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Smart Grid Powered by 5G SA-based Network Slicing

whitePaper | February 20, 2020

5G network slicing is an ideal choice to enable smart grid services. It divides the 5G network into logically isolated networks, where each one could be seen as a slice. 5G network slicing allows the power grid to flexibly customize specific slices with different network functions and different service level agreement (SLA) assurances according to the different requirements of the various services on a power grid.

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5 cases SD-WAN for the CIO

whitePaper | April 4, 2022

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6G Drivers and Vision

whitePaper | April 19, 2021

The 5G vision, outlined in successive NGMN White Papers [1,2] sets out a framework for enabling digital transformation for society and across industry, with a wide range of use cases and associated requirements. Commercial deployments of 5G are now progressing around the globe, delivering new capabilities and improved performance for customers. For Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), a set of features that underpin 5G, including disaggregation, softwarization, cloud-native design and operation, autonomous and distributed computing and intelligence, and a multiaccess composable core, are enabling new technologies and business models.

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IoT Antennas – Accelerate IoT device time-to-market by combining antennas and modules

whitePaper | April 28, 2021

Alongside connectivity and power, a third area – the antenna – needs to be equal attention because of the fundamental impact it has on device performance. The antenna is the means by which an IoT device receives and sends signals to the outside world and therefore is a fundamental element of an IoT device. However, antenna decisions are often neglected until the end of the development process, resulting in unnecessary compromises and sub-optimal siting of antennas that could have been avoided with better planning and design.

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5G Analytics: Addressing the Data Explosion

whitePaper | May 5, 2022

U.S. operators will spend more than $250 billion to deploy 5G wireless networks from 2020 to 2025. The recent C-band (5G spectrum) auction where four operators accounted for $79 billion of the $81 billion raised increased 5G costs by an additional 40%. The top U.S. operators (Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T) will complete the majority of their 5G deployments over the next five years. As they continue to expand their 5G coverage and capacity, a key concern is how to recoup their 5G investments while minimizing deployment costs.

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