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    One of the key capabilities that will allow us to build flexible networks on top of a common physical infrastructure is network slicing. As 5G continues to take shape, network slicing will become a fundamental technology enabling a wide range of use cases.

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  • 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?

  • Chris Penrose, Senior Vice President of IoT Solutions for AT&T, sat down with TIA NOW at the TIA 2015 Conference to talk about the growth of IoT and the impact of new cellular and wireless technologies on IoT growth.

  • from The 5G Channel

    5G is closer than we think, as stakeholders on the value chain become part of the solution for next-generation networking. Here to tell us more about the migration towards 5G technologies is Dr. Michael Peeters, CTO for the Wireless Business Line at Alcatel-Lucent.

  • from Events

    On the heels of 5G technologies making some noise, industry stakeholders are already looking for clear business cases that leverage next generation network architectures. To tell us more about 5G and how next-gen technologies will play a role is Ashish Singh, Vice President of Products at SK Telecom Americas.

  • 4G World hosts industry panels and discusses key topics at its co-located event with CTIA 2014. Net Neutrality, industry mergers and the roll out of densified networks are part of the discussions at 4G World and TIA NOW recaps those panels in their mobile studio.

  • Industry luminaries say 5G networks will make broadband accessible and affordable for all end users. But what are the true capabilities of 5G networks and is it too soon to speculate on the next generation of connectivity?

  • Why the U.S. outperformed the EU in telecom spending, along with other findings, is part of TIA's ICT Market Review & Forecast, giving fresh data and comprehensive analysis for the ICT industry. Growth in Cloud services, M2M and Cybersecurity are just a few of the hot topics that TIA’s Market Review and Forecast covers.

  • How do you mitigate the data deluge? Join TIA NOW as they speak with B.K. Yi, CTO at InterDigital at TIA 2014.

  • Steve Sifferman, CEO of Tarana Wireless, tells TIA NOW at TIA 2014 why some in the industry may or may not believe that 5G will be a rip and replace.

  • 5G, SDN liabilities and information sharing are all topics that Verizon touches on at TIA 2014 as TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad speaks with Ed Chan, SVP of Network Infrastructure Planning at Verizon.

  • There’s a lot of talk about the technology trends behind 5G technologies, but what about the human factor? How will usage data for wireless technologies influence the way we develop and deploy 5G technologies?

  • At TIA's 5G Roundtable titled, "Developing a Path to 5G," Frank Bernhard, Managing Director of Communications, Media & Technology at Accenture Analytics, moderates a panel on "5G in a Big Data World - Linking Analytics, Economics and Strategy to the Telecom Future."

  • A big concern for the network of the future is the availability of spectrum. Is the solution a wider focus on optimizing the spectrum we currently have? TIA NOW talks to Steve Crowley, a consulting wireless engineer who was named by Forbes as a top 10 mobile influencer in the industry.

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