Visibility becomes crucial as we move to 5G networks. Visibility gives operators the right tools to manage the higher complexity of 5G and to extract the benefits it promises. Read more about visibility in this Tech Brief for NETSCOUT
You are ready to deploy Open RAN. What’s the best topology to use? We developed a TCO model to explore how transport costs are a crucial to decide what is the most cost-efficient topology. Read this Tech Brief to find out the results of our analysis on how the tradeoffs of transport versus location can help operators maximize the return on their Open RAN investments.
The 6 GHz is the new unlicensed band, with up to 1,200 MHz it can double the amount of spectrum available to Wi-Fi and open a new band for 5G NR-U. How important is the 6 GHz band? Where will it be available? Will it be a Wi-Fi band or a 5G band?
Should mobile operators deploy Open Digital Architecture (ODA) as part of their digital transformation and path to 5G?
The much anticipated CBRS Auction 105 is over, and it did not look much different from any other cellular auction, with enterprises sitting out of the bidding. With one exception: utilities, who paid a higher MHz/pop than mobile operators. In this article, we look at what made PALs attractive to utilities and what it tells us about the value of CBRS spectrum.
Wi-Fi 6 has just been launched, but Wi-Fi 7 is already on the horizon as the next generation of Wi-Fi. In this Tech Brief for Intel, we present an overview of Wi-Fi 7 and the anticipated benefits that it will bring to Wi-Fi users.
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