5G: Getting Ready for Implementation

Filed in Internet of Things, LTE by on November 15, 2017 1 Comment

Although 4G technology is still in the process of being rolled out, it has now truly become the world’s new mobile standard. At the same time, though, 5G technology has quickly been gaining ground in the standardization community and is getting closer and closer to being implemented on a mass scale.

I recently shared some of my thoughts on what’s next for 5G in a video, and below, in a second part to that video, I talk more on how 4G is paving the way for 5G, what steps companies should take to get ready for 5G, and how Syniverse is preparing for 5G. Please take a look.

 

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As Senior Technology Director for Industry Standards and Corporate Strategy at Syniverse, Pradeep Bhardwaj serves as a senior technology adviser overseeing strategic initiatives to advance the adoption of leading-edge technologies and standards, such as 5G, the internet of things, mobile edge computing, LTE, and VoLTE. He joined Syniverse in 2005 and has built a career that encompasses more than 26 years of experience with mobile operators and telecommunication companies in the areas of GSM, fixed-line, international, wholesale, international roaming, messaging, signaling, satellite, data, and IP communications. Pradeep’s emphasis is on technology strategy, industry standards, systems engineering, and architecture, and within these areas, he served as the chairman of the GSMA Hubbing Provider Interworking Group from its inception to its end.

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  1. avatar Brian says:

    Good article

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