The Five Myths of 5G
5G Is Here. Now What?
5G was billed as a revolutionary step forward for wireless networks. The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) promoted 5G as a high-performance, ultra-reliable, and future-proof network capable of accommodating the needs of multiple use cases across varies industries — not just those presented by the consumer market.
However, despite the launch of 5G commercial services in the United States, Europe, South Korea, and Japan, the telecommunications industry is struggling to translate the potential of 5G into real commercial opportunities. Deploying a single 5G network that can address all requirements and pain points of multiple industry verticals has proven extremely difficult.
As a result, there is a lot of confusion about what's next for 5G. Our whitepaper will help clear things up by dispelling some of the most pervasive myths surrounding 5G's value proposition and business opportunities.
It also provides clear answers to critical questions, including:
- How should 5G be implemented and positioned?
- How should the standards bodies work with key industry verticals to address their requirements?
- What role do Mobile Service Providers and their technology suppliers need to play in spurring a new business-to-business developer ecosystem?
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