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There is growing industry consensus that the enterprise segment offers the biggest incremental revenue opportunity for operators in the 5G era – $700bn by 2030 (Ericsson).

With 5G network rolling out, the leading operators have started to deploy the enterprise use cases on live networks and are benefiting from unique characteristics such as fast mobile broadband, ultra-reliable network and network slicing.  The following case studies will demonstrate what the use cases are and how operators deploy the services on the 5G network.

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Operators to Play Key Role in Delivery of Next Generation Virtual Reality through 5G

Among the most hotly anticipated developments of the digital age has been virtual reality, and its close relative augmented reality – known collectively as AR/VR.  These transformative technologies are set to revolutionise the ways in which consumers interact with ...

5G Network Slicing Summit at Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2018

The GSMA’s Future Networks team hosted the 5G Network Slicing Summit at Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2018, sponsored and co-hosted by China Mobile and Huawei. It included guest speakers from 3GPP, 5GSA, Beckhoff, China Mobile, China Southern Power Grid, Huawei, LetinVR ...

5G’s Imminent Delivery to the Mass Market to be Outlined at MWC Shanghai 2018

Click here to pre-register your place at the 5G Network Slicing Summit at MWC Shanghai 2018.   5G is set to transform the role of telecommunications in everyday life. Its ultrafast mobile broadband will lead to digitisation of countless functions and services: ...

5G is Arriving, and the World is Taking Note

As the technical and commercial understanding of 5G matures, the many vertical industries who partner regularly with mobile network operators – and the public at large – are increasingly engaging with this new network technology as something more than just superfast ...

Multiple Industries’ Rallying Call for 5G to Herald a New Era of Automation

This time last year, 5G was a subject shrouded in relative obscurity. The prospect of high speeds, low latency and vastly improved Network Slicing capabilities were understood but had not yet been analysed with rigour or depth by the many industries served by mobile networks.

RCS and 5G Take Centre Stage at Mobile World Congress 2018

This year’s Mobile World Congress is a particularly significant one for the GSMA’s Future Networks Programme. It marks a turning point in the road to commercial reality for two transformative technologies: Rich Communications Services, or RCS, and 5G.

Huawei Mobile Broadband Forum: Future Networks Showcases the Potential of the 5G Era

Last month, the GSMA Future Networks Programme attended the 8th Annual Huawei Global Mobile Broadband Forum at the ExCel Centre in London. The two day exhibition featured keynotes, seminars and demonstrations aimed towards more than 1,400 of the industry’s most influential ...

[Partner Blog – Gemalto] Network Slicing: How 5G Can Transform Mobile Security Across Industry by Leveraging Chains of Trust

5G is one of the most hotly anticipated network technologies in decades. The GSMA, working with mobile network operators and the wider ecosystem, is accelerating its deployment by helping the industry overcome technical barriers and developing a variety of businesses cases ...

GSMA Publishes New Report on 5G Network Slicing & Business Opportunities

The GSMA has issued a new report titled ‘An Introduction to Network Slicing’ that provides a comprehensive overview of how 5G network slicing can be used effectively by businesses, enterprises and consumers to benefit their business. 5G promises to usher in an era of ...

GSMA STUDY: 5G TO ACCOUNT FOR A THIRD OF EUROPE’S MOBILE MARKET BY 2025

GSMA Calls For Fresh Regulatory Approach to Deliver Europe’s Gigabit Society Brussels: More than 30 per cent of Europe’s mobile connections will be running on 5G networks by 2025, according to a new GSMA study. The 2017 Europe edition of the GSMA’s Mobile Economy series, ...

MIDDLE EAST MOBILE OPERATORS WILL BE 5G EARLY ADOPTERS, ACCORDING TO NEW GSMA REPORT

Adoption of Mobile Across Diverse Region Driving Innovative New Services, Generating Employment and Connecting the Unconnected Dubai: The GSMA today published a new report, titled The Mobile Economy: Middle East and North Africa 2017, highlighting that operators in the ...

GSMA Issues New Report on 5G Slicing

The GSMA has issued a new report titled ‘Smart 5G networks: enabled by network slicing and tailored to customers’ needs’ outlining how businesses can benefit from the ability of mobile operators to ‘slice’ their 5G networks to cater to specific requirements. New 5G networks ...

5G and Network Slicing: Future Networks at MWCA17

Network Slicing Increasingly Central to 5G Vision   September 2017 Click here to download the slides from this seminar.   Network slicing is likely to prove the single most important step towards making 5G a commercial success. As we look ahead to the realisation ...

Network Slicing Key for Industry-Specific 5G Services

Following the five-fold increase in 4G penetration in China over the last two years, similarly rapid take-up is projected for its successor, making China the world’s largest 5G market by 2025. For this reason, delegates gathered last week at the GSMA’s Future Networks ...

Future Networks at MWC Shanghai 2017: RCS and 5G Central to Realising Next Generation Services in Asia

Aiming to develop and deploy next generation mobile networks and advanced communications across Asia, the GSMA’s Future Networks programme hosted a series of industry seminars, roundtables and interactive demonstrations at this year’s Mobile World Congress Shanghai – ...

Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2017: Shaping the future of RCS and 5G

Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2017 takes place at a critical juncture for the mobile industry. Having laid many of the technical foundations for 5G and RCS, the wider digital community is now in a position to develop and deploy next generation products and services that ...

GSMA Helping to Make Network Virtualisation Fit for Mobile Networks

By Michele Zarri, Technical Director, GSMA Future Networks Programme The GSMA recently released a whitepaper on network virtualisation titled, “Considerations, Best Practices and Requirements for a Virtualised Mobile Network.” The document identified the key actions needed ...

Future Networks to Speak at Berlin 5G Week

The GSMA’s Future Network team will speak at #Berlin5GWeek held between 6-10th November 2017 at Fraunhofer FOKUS. The GSMA will join a host of industry experts from operators, vendors and standards organisations to discuss the future of 5G technology. The industry event, ...

LTE Reports Available

The next step in Mission Critical Communications One of the most crucial yet understated roles of mobile networks lies in their ability to provide ‘mission critical’ communications. Typically used by ‘blue light’ emergency and disaster response services, these communications ...

LTE Broadcast – solving the one-to-many mystery

One-to-many broadcast transmission presents a whole world of possibilities for mobile operators, suppliers of goods and services and for end-users themselves – and the technology that can support it effectively is now here. LTE Broadcast, based on Evolved Multicast Broadcast ...