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ARE YOU UP-TO-DATE WITH REAL-TIME ANALYTICS?


Learn more about the transformations happening in the 5G core network here!

Leading up to the 5G Core Summit in September, we'll be sharing content you need to read about, including the relevant industry reports like this one. Appledore Research Group underscores why it's important to understand and apply real-time analytics to your virtualised mobile core network. This revealing report delves deeper into emerging markets and the transforming technologies that drive them.

This report will explain how:

• Virtualization of the EPC creates challenges using traditional measurement & monitoring tools, including an analysis of physical probes

• Integrated virtual probes, co-located with Virtualized Network Functions (VNFs), make probing geographically distributed VNFs in a scalable, cost-effective manner, without loss of network visibility or performance impacts possible

WINNERS, LOSERS & CHANGES: EXPLORING THE GLOBAL IMPACT OF 5G


Will 5G performance impress consumer and enterprise buyers enough to pay for the enhancements to the systems they already use? Will 5G unlock new network models and nurture new revenue streams? Ovum's report on '5G: Impact & Opportunities' gets right to the core and explores the myriad of global changes - not to mention the winners and losers! 

Key messages:

  • Full 5G will take time to develop and deploy - it will come to the market in stages
  • Service providers' commercial propositions for 5G services are being developed
  • 5G will change everything for consumers – eventually!
  • Much of the long-term value of 5G is in the enterprise

2020 & BEYOND: HOW TO SPIN THE 5G SPIKE TO YOUR ADVANTAGE


Have you sensed the spike in operator demand for 5G core? Ovum's new report - 5G to Drive Core Network Architecture Shift - estimates that by 2023 there will be 1.31 billion subscribers to the next-generation 5G network. This means an increase in network and service delivery requirements, which are driving fundamental change to the core network architecture. Here you will learn about the commercial opportunities that IoT and 5G represent to operators in terms of monetisation. 

This report examines the following:

  • 5G commercialization in 2020 is a primary driver of 5G core demand
  • Service providers' commercial propositions for 5G services are being developed
  • Service-based architecture, DevOps, and cloud-native virtual network functions are the fundamental components of 5G core
  • Migration paths to 5G should be seamless

HOW ARE CHINA & THE US KEY INFLUENCERS OF THE 5G & AI MARKETS?


This report summarizes the major developments in 5G & artificial intelligence (AI) among the influential China & US markets, identifying their approaches & outlining the prospects & impacts on the global TMT industry.

Inside operators will find recommendations that include:

  • Launch 5G with an ideal combination of coverage, reliability & devices
  • Don't add a 5G price premium for basic consumer mobile broadband access
  • Seek the support of government to accelerate the development of 5G
  • Build a strong ecosystem to explore 5G opportunities in the enterprise segment
  • Consider AI as a tool in planning 5G networks