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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.

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  • What’s the best way to densify the 5G wireless network while ensuring proper connectivity and content delivery, together with positive ROI? That’s what TIA NOW’s 5G series will answer in 2016, as we speak with leaders in the 5G space. On this segment, we welcome Tod Sizer, Mobile Radio Research Lead at Nokia Bell Labs and Peter Jarich, VP of Consumer and Infrastructure at Current Analysis.

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    On this week's Network of the Future interview series, TIA NOW speaks with Bill Beesley, Principal Solutions Architect for Packet Optical Networking, at Fujitsu Network Communications. Beesley explains the relationship between NFV and the rise of 5G technologies, from the standardization of APIs to future trends in 5G and NFV.

  • Register today for TIA 2016: Network of the Future, where the communications ecosystem comes together to dream, share and discover pathways to solve the need for ubiquitous connectivity for consumers, enterprise and government. This year we focus on 5G Network Innovations, Internet of Things, Cybersecurity, and Network Virtualization – exploring the markets, technologies and policy issues for each. Keynotes include executives from AT&T, Verizon, Red Hat, Comcast, Cisco and more.

  • 5G is not as far off as we might think. Samsung Networks has been aggressively moving towards real-world development of 5G systems, and they are only about a year away from actual deployment. Woojune Kim, Magnus Ojert and Derek Johnston of Samsung Networks give some interesting details about their work on 5G in the US and Korea.

  • It’s always best to wrap up MWC at the very end of the show with the analysts that were front and center with the carriers and suppliers that we all want to hear from. The analysts joining us discuss 5G, edge computing, narrow-band IoT, NFV, virtual reality and new revenue streams for carriers.

  • From MWC 2016, TIA NOW, Samsung and Verizon discuss 5G test trials and how standards are already being developed for a technology that promises one hundred times the speed of our current networks and one thousand times the capacity. Joining us is Ed Chan, SVP of Technology Strategy and Planning at Verizon and Woojune Kim, VP and Head of Next-Generation Business and Products at Samsung Networks.

  • From Mobile World Congress 2016, TIA NOW discusses 5G test trials with Telstra’s Chief Technology Officer, Vish Nandlall, and Ericsson’s Senior Vice President and Group CTO Ulf Ewaldsson, to deepen our understanding of the latest innovations, architectures and use cases important to 5G.

  • Tom Keathley, Senior Vice President of Wireless Network Architecture and Design at AT&T joins TIA NOW to talk about what network operators need for 5G technologies.

  • TIA’s CTO Council Industry Panel with telecom industry leaders was filmed following TIA’s CTO Council meeting and preceding Dell World 2015 in Austin, TX. The panelists from Dell, Ericsson, Intel and Juniper Networks discussed the future of IoT and NFV on next-generation networks.

  • TIA NOW spoke to industry leaders on a live video panel discussing the results of TIA's 5G Operator Survey and White Paper. The 5G operator survey provides guidance to the industry on spectrum, technology, timeliness and potential services for 5G.

  • Capacity is the most pressing issue for the proliferation of 5G technologies, according to communications industry analysts. Ira Brodsky, Senior Analyst with Datacomm Research, tells TIA NOW why the 5G capacity challenge is at the forefront of discussions about next generation wireless.

  • Nick Baustert, Senior Research Scientist at Sprint, tells the TIA 2015 conference audience about the expectations of 5G. Baustert talked further about the absolute requirements of 5G: high bandwidth, low latency and the interoperability of standards.

  • Lixin Cheng, CEO, ZTE USA, sat down with TIA NOW at TIA 2015 to talk about investing in 5G technologies, protecting IP in the supply chain and implementing smart city solutions in China.

  • Today’s service providers are struggling to support ever-expanding demands from both consumers and enterprises, including the need to transmit and store increasing amounts of data. As consumption of OTT services and adoption of the Internet of Things grow, these data throughputs will only rise alongside user expectations for a seamless connectivity experience.

  • Within the mobile industry, 5G will be the buzzword of 2015 and for years to come. Experts expect to see the first deployments of 5G in countries like Japan and South Korea, by 2018. But as the US is regarded as a leader in wireless 4GLTE deployments, why are we perceived as oddly behind in the global development of 5G?

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