The Mobile Service Provider Industry gathers in Frankfurt to exchange ideas about 5G mobility.
The Next Generation Mobile Network is a service provider led organization that includes technology vendors and academia and takes an active role defining the requirements for next generation technology. Several interesting ideas were exchanged regarding use cases for a massive Internet of Everything requiring ultra-low latency and ultra-high reliability. Cisco’s SP Mobility CTO and his 5G team were on hand.
Paul Mankiewich, Cisco SP Mobility CTO, gave a day-two keynote and challenged the industry to think aggressively and to accept risks when it comes to 5G planning. Read about more of the interesting things that maybe coming our way in the year 2020.
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