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    Multi-Layer and Cloud-Ready Radio Evolution Towards 5G – Nokia White Paper

    Networks are on the threshold of a transformation driven by the demands of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the…

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    Global spectrum situations for 5G and positioning by countries

    Internationally there is a growing activity to deliver early 5G trials as well as early commercial service, in some cases…

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    GSA joins Europe’s first Automotive-Telecom Alliance

    37 leading companies join forces in European Automotive-Telecom Alliance to launch connected and automated driving project Paris, Brussels, 30 September 2016 – At a Round Table on Connected and Automated Driving initiated and chaired by Günther H. Oettinger, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, the automotive and telecom industries have today formally announced the creation of Europe’s first Automotive-Telecom Alliance. The Alliance includes six leading sectorial associations, as well as 37 companies, including telecom operators, vendors, automobile manufacturers and suppliers for both cars and trucks.  
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    CTIA Super Mobility Show report from Arvani

    The CTIA Super Mobility Show took place in Las Vegas from Sep 7-9, 2016 and this short report from Arvani and has some "juicy" items on 5G. ©2016 Arvani Group. This report is published on the GSA web site with the permission of the author.  
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    IoT Security: Securing the Connected Future

    GSA is cooperating with GSMA on IoT initiatives in their Connected Living program and also supporting the evolution to Narrow…

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    Future spectrum requirements for 5G

    GSA Weekly Spectrum Group Blog. To meet all foreseeable requirements of the new and advanced capabilities of enhanced mobile broadband system and internet of things (IoT), a number of technical requirements have to be addressed for; ultra-reliable services, resilience, very low latency, all while supporting ultra-high speed data communications. The 5G systems will take advantage from the integration of evolved LTE radio access technologies and the new radio (NR) air interface, creating a coherent end-to-end system able to address the above mentioned requirements. Read the full blog  
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    5G Radio Access System Design Aspects

    Wireless data traffic will grow 10,000 fold within the next 20 years due to ultra-high resolution video streaming, cloud-based work,…

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    Mobile Networks with the Best Gaming Experience

    Advanced hardware and display definition open up a new world for game developers and set higher standards for gaming experience in…

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    VoLTE and OTT Voice Quality Report

    With the large-scale deployment of LTE networks, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), a solution based on the packet switched (PS) domain,…

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    Mobile Video Report

    Huawei Mobile Video Report European Mobile Video Forum Edition September 2016 The white paper advises European operators to cash in…

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    Social and economic values of 5G RF spectrum

    Social and economic values of radio frequency spectrum for fifth generation (5G) mobile systems The continuing mobile broadband subscriptions and traffic uptakes are clearly powered by the evolution of mobile infrastructure; infrastructure that is providing ever enhancing area coverage and the increasing capability to exchange data while responding to the consumers’ appetite for more capable smart devices, thrilling services and engaging applications. Mobile broadband networks are providing ubiquitous access to advanced data and information based services, an increasing array of multimedia applications and the corresponding educational and social benefits. All of which is increasingly attractive to consumers,…
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    Multi-Layer and Cloud-Ready Radio Evolution Towards 5G

      Networks are on the threshold of a transformation driven by the demands of the Internet of Things (IoT) and…

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    Dynamic end-to-end network slicing for 5G

    Dynamic end-to-end network slicing for 5G Nokia White Paper addressing 5G requirements for diverse services, use cases, and business models. Next-generation…

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    GSA confirms LTE connects 1 in 5 mobile subscribers worldwide: Q2 2016

    GSA confirms LTE connects 1 in 5 mobile subscribers worldwide: Q2 2016 September 8 2016: GSA, the Global mobile Suppliers Association, confirms that LTE is growing faster than any other mobile communications system technology. 19.5% of the global mobile base were connected to LTE systems by June 30, 2016. LTE subscriptions reached 1.453 billion in Q2 2016 with 160.3 million net connections coming in Q2 2016. The rate of connections is about 4 times faster than 3G/HSPA systems. 3G/HSPA subscriptions grew by 40.5 million while GSM subscriptions fell 101.6 million in the same quarter. Analysing mobile subscriptions data provided to…
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