The step from 3G to 4G was dramatic, and 5G technology is poised to make even more significant changes to industries ranging from healthcare to transportation. Infrastructure partners, solutions providers, civic leaders and carriers all have a stake in a seamless design of the integrated 5G network. This educational track focuses on the integrated solutions – mobile, fixed and fiber – that are required meet the capacity, connectivity and service requirements of a new wave of ultra-low latency applications.
Network Infrastructures around the world are going through a massive transformation to keep up with the anticipated proliferation of Internet of Things and to enable 5G services. Understanding the opportunities in a new converged communications/computing infrastructure is critical to any organization in mobile, IT and 5G. Architecting greater computing power at the edge of a network rather than in a cloud or central datacenter is a key enabler of advanced, ultra low-latency applications like connected vehicles, virtual reality, machine learning, Industrial IoT and more. 5G and edge are also deeply connected at the antenna level, and that will mean big changes for tower owners, site developers, cloud services, and datacenters alike.
One of the most significant developments in wireless today is the emergence of the Private Enterprise LTE network. Thanks to changes in the policy framework and new software-based solutions, enterprises can control their own mobile infrastructure and have new opportunities that did not exist before. These include increased mobility, access to neutral host networks for enterprises, improved security and quality of service, and more. This educational track focuses on the business models, technology options and benefits to incorporating LTE in shared and unlicensed spectrum to offer fast and reliable services to new support new services and applications, and keep connected to a denser, more diverse set of devices with wildly different performance requirements.
As the wireless industry transitions to 5G and more customer segments emerge, the practical realities of how sites are developed, deployed, capitalized and managed is shifting. Now, infrastructure owners are faced with five different points of presence: macro sites, small cells, distributed network systems, fiber and highly secure radio access points. What’s more, network nodes are becoming smaller; are being deployed in a higher density architecture and are far more numerous. As a result, carriers and their infrastructure partners are faced with adapting to the new network requirements with new tools, new processes and new solutions to meet the new network needs. This series of educational sessions explores the roadmap for the wireless infrastructure industry to continue to provide the essential expertise and vital infrastructure. From new tower builds to commercial buildings to edge data centers—tower owners have a wealth of new opportunities and challenges in the decade to come.
Property Tech is an important new area for commercial MTU, MXU, campus, industrial, public venue owners and operators. With 80% or more of the mobile traffic coming from indoor locations, property owners, property management and enterprises are becoming more active in owning, controlling and managing wireless infrastructure to ensure the needs of employees, tenants and guests are met with coverage and capacity. Automation, IoT, public safety and disaster resilience are equally important. This educational track addresses the business shift, the technology and the expertise required to solve indoor connectivity challenges and enable decision-makers to take an active role in the on-premise connectivity infrastructure, from ownership to operations.
Property owners will learn how Fiber and fiber-like wireless connectivity will create new opportunities and new value in the real estate business.
Federal, state, and local governments continue to examine policies impacting wireless infrastructure deployment. These actions can affect your ability to deliver wireless services, both positively and negatively. These sessions are intended to provide an understanding of these issues and how they affect businesses. A wide array of industry experts, policymakers, and other stakeholders share insight and experience on the most effective approaches to site deployment regulations.
This comprehensive workshop produced by the CBRS Alliance provides a deep-dive for business professionals from all industry sectors to examine the business models and underlying technology framework powering OnGo, the next generation standard in Private LTE and Private IoT networks.
Attendees will learn from a set of thought-leaders from the CBRS Alliance, its leading member companies and a select team of end-users, all of whom will on stage at Connect (X) to detail their use cases, early deployment experiences and technology ‘take-aways’ that differentiate OnGo from other networking protocols.