Where are we today? What is tomorrow made of?What really is 5G? An interesting question as these technological issues regrouped under 5G are so varied and diversed.
On the other hand, 4G is nestling on a very precise evolution: Passing to OFDM and to x10 or x15 broadband rates.
Today 5G offers an era of new and various guidelines which will eventually leads to a New Generation Networks in the horizon 2020.
The standardization process will start in 2016 at the 3GPP while the ITU will manage the frequency allocation. Today, there is a consensus on requirements that we can organise under 4 sub-categories:
- What frequency beyond 6GHz?
- Who are the vendors investing 5G?
- Who are the operators testing and deploying 5G?
- What are the current research orientations?
The agenda is now available online
The event will start with a Tutorial session on the Fog Computing and the MEC initiatives.
Sessions will highlight contextualized objectives and motivations (Fog & 5G, Fog & industry, Fog & IoT services, etc), architectures and applications enablers (wireless network optimization, security issues).
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Middle East: 7%
North America: 14%
South America: 3%
Russia and Eastern Europe: 10%
West Europe: 58%
Head of/Manager: 22%
Project/Business Development: 5%
|Operators, ISP and integrators: 40%
Research and academics: 4%
Analysts, Press, Consultants: 6%
Equipment vendors: 25%
Software solution providers: 10%
Test and interop: 6%
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The Interop ShowcaseThe European Advanced Networking Test Centre (EANTC) together with Upperside Conferences will organize, as each year, a public Multi-Vendor Interoperability test and showcase during the Congress.
The EANTC team will present results in regular guided tours to conference attendees. The showcase is open for the full four days of the conferences (Tuesday to Friday).
The showcase will explore the areas of Service Provider WAN and Data Center SDN as well as, as every year, co-host the only industry-wide packet clock synchronization interoperability. Initial topics are:
• Segment Routing
• Ethernet VPNs
• SDN Controllers
• Yang Models for Services
• LTE Clock Synchronization Readiness
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To get more info, http://www.eantc.de/live_showcases.html