5G

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    Supporting 5G will involve innovative technologies, and Nokia with Sprint has made an announcement that will contribute to that goal, here at MWC 2017. Here to cover the highlights of this announcement are Günther Ottendorfer, COO of Technology at Sprint and Ricky Corker, EVP and Head of North America at Nokia.

All 5G Videos:

  • U.S. Ignite Executive Director Bill Wallace talks about how the impact of the FCC's Spectrum Frontiers ruling and the launch of the White House's Advanced Wireless Research Initiative will transform broadband services across the U.S.

  • Jim Kurose, Assistant Director of the National Science Foundation (NSF), talks to TIA NOW's Limor Schafman about this collaboration between the research community and the tech industry.

  • As the FCC and industry expects the first 5G networks to go live in 2020, there's a lot of ground to cover from a technology and policy perspective. Here to give us their response to the FCC's rulemaking on millimeter wave spectrum are policy leaders from Intel, Nokia and Samsung Networks.

  • Frank Rayal, Founding Partner at Xona Partners, talks about the multiple issues at play for operators, as HetNets lead the way for deployment of 5G technologies. Rayal also talks about how to manage a “network of networks”, relating to LTE/Wi-Fi, backhaul and regulatory issues.

  • Dr. Wen Tong, CTO of Huawei Wireless, tells TIA NOW the importance of working with other vertical industries to realize the potential of 5G technologies. Dr. Tong states the most important differentiators between the roll-out of 4G and 5G technologies.

  • Steve Sifferman, President and CEO of Tarana Wireless talks about 5G obstacles in the higher spectrum bands. Sifferman talks further about lower spectrum bands to support a host of 5G supported applications. Sifferman tells TIA NOW what industry can expect from 5G technologies over the next 3 years.

  • In this discussion following their keynote panel at TIA 2016, service providers discuss the FCC's role in broadband infrastructure investment, addressing IoT from a public policy perspective and 5G spectrum policy and rollout. Joining us from the Dell TIA NOW Studio are Craig Silliman, EVP of Public Policy and General Counsel at Verizon, and Jim Cicconi, Senior EVP of External and Legislative Affairs at AT&T, and David Cohen, Senior EVP at Comcast.

  • B.K. Yi, CTO at Interdigital, tells the TIA NOW audience what the milestones are for 5G technologies, from the point of view of network service providers. TIA NOW spoke with Yi at the TIA 2016 Network of the Future Conference, in Dallas, TX.

  • We as an industry have defined the Cloud, but still don't have a clear definition of a 5G network. So how does Cloud in 5G open up opportunities to make carriers not just pipes? And what new services are to come from 5G? Here in the Dell TIA NOW studio at TIA 2016 to tell us more about these topics are Linsey Miller, VP of Marketing at Artesyn; Henry Wong, Senior Staff Technologist at Intel and Ken Fischer, Senior Cloud Architect at Nokia.

  • Sameh Yamany, CTO at Viavi Solutions, talks about the technologies that 5G networking will require. Yamany adds that network slicing is the way that multiple verticals can be served through a single network.

  • FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel mapped out her five point plan for next generation technologies, as she delivered a keynote address at the TIA 2016 Network of the Future Conference in Dallas, TX. Rosenworcel pointed out in the plan the need for higher bands of spectrum, unlicensed spectrum usage, experimental technologies and the need for wired networks.

  • FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel talks about her five point plan for next generation networking technologies, from the Dell TIA NOW studio at the TIA 2016 Network of the Future Conference. The plan includes a focus on future FCC rulings, low band spectrum, unlicensed spectrum, experimental licenses and the importance of wired networks.

  • Following his win at the TIA ICT Startup Challenge at the TIA 2016 conference, we spoke with Dr. Eric Black, CTO of Pivotal Communications, about the technology behind their win: holographic beam forming in the RF space.

  • There are clear expectations of the all IP network, like new services, increased service velocity and cost reduction. So how do technologies like RAN, modular interface and service configuration facilitate these new expectations? Here in the Dell TIA NOW studio at TIA 2016 is Aparna Khurjekar, VP of Networks for the South Area at Verizon Wireless to give us some insight into these technologies.

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    On this segment of TIA’s Network of the Future Interview Series is Dr. Eric Black, Chief Technology Officer at Pivotal Communications. Dr. Black talks about alternatives to MIMO and massive MIMO systems from a cost perspective.

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