5G the technology for business:
2G mobile network technology addressed consumers predominantly for voice and SMS, 3G added web browsing and internet access on a small data rate, 4G goes higher speed data rate which allows user video streaming and live video calling.
Now in this transition from 4G, both consumers will served and multiple industries. By the end of 2023 global mobile data traffic expected to grow eight time from now days.
A higher data rate and well spectrum utilization required for a much more efficient technology, .
Technology is evolving in every industry and all application now is upgrading like 4K/8K video streaming, virtual reality.
Augmented reality and emerging industrial use cases will require higher bandwidth,greater capacity, more security and lower latency.
5G willbring new opportunities for people, society and businesses fully equipped with these capabilities. It will give much higher data rate and high bandwidth as compare to 4G.
Ericsson and there partners have been working with 5G technology for many years in labs, from last 2 years we took these technologies into field trials, and Ericsson also signed first 5G commercial deal. The New Radio (NR) standardization has been accelerated for 5G and standard was finalized in December 2017 and competed in June 2018.
Based on 3GPP standards for first commercial network and devices as expected in 2018. By the end of 2023 Ericsson estimates reaching one billion subscriptions.
Building for the future in today’s networks:
There is a question how can 5G be rolled out in the best fastest, smoothest, and most efficient way possible? While meeting the key objectives of successful coexistence with 4G and continuous growth? Ericsson’s end-to-end Platform, across radio, core and transport networks enables operators to evolve to new 5G capabilities at a speed that matches their own business strategy, while enhancing current 4G business by reducing risk and making best use of current infrastructure.
Ericsson’s network technology enables evolution to full 5G deployment through natural, step-wise implementation. one that balances investment new revenue streams and competitiveness.
Discover how operators can best build on today’s networks to deliver a 5G experience while minimizing risk and roll-out costs.
Through manageable steps, based on well-designed components of multiple technologies – in a way that matches their business and technology priorities.
In the latest edition of our paper we have expanded the sections that cover the core network evolution and the spectrum strategy. Evolving the core network enables flexibility and new service offerings based on network
slicing. With 5G telecom operators have a new opportunity to maximize use of their spectrum.
Operators will need to develop their spectrum strategies based on their own particular business focus. The frequencies available to them, today and in the future.
In our paper, we highlight key areas to consider when developing spectrum strategies.