The Next Generation of Wireless Networks: 5G Opportunities and Challenges
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 31 Slides
|無線網路的下一代:5G的機會與課題 The Next Generation of Wireless Networks: 5G Opportunities and Challenges|
|出版日期: 2016年04月25日||內容資訊: 英文 31 Slides||
"Vendors and operators must clarify how 5G will offer new or additional monetisation opportunities, compared with LTE and, in particular, high-bitrate LTE-A services: IoT may be one of the key 5G opportunities."
The development of 5G standards will be shaped by three main use cases during Phase 1: enhanced mobile broadband, massive connections and ultra-reliable networks. However, this narrow focus may pull 5G development in diverging directions, which could result in the needs of emerging markets being ignored.
5G Phase 1 use cases represent a narrow base of
services and omit key markets
Chris Nicoll (Principal Analyst) leads Analysys Mason's Next-Generation Wireless Networks research programme. He specialises in new and emerging wireless technologies including C-/V-RAN, edge and RAN virtualisation, small cells and HetNet, wireless fronthaul and backhaul, LTE-A Pro and the technologies being developed for 5G. Chris has more than 30 years of expertise as a leader in defining telecoms strategy. Prior to joining Analysys Mason, Chris held Principal Analyst positions at ACG Research and Nicoll Consulting, where he developed marketing strategy and positioning for leading telecoms operators. At Yankee Group, Chris was a member of the Yankee Group Research Council and provided thought leadership to the research organisation.