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Charting the Course to 5G

Set to arrive within the next three years, 5G could account for as many as 1.2 billion connections by 2025. By then, 5G networks are likely to cover one-third of the world’s population. The impact on the mobile industry and its customers will be profound.

5G is more than a new generation of technologies; it denotes a new era in which connectivity will become increasingly fluid and flexible. 5G Networks will adapt to applications and performance will be tailored precisely to the needs of the user.

Working closely with the mobile operators pioneering 5G, the GSMA is engaging with governments, and vertical industries including automotive, financial services, healthcare providers, transport operators, utilities and other industry sectors to develop business cases for 5G.

5G Resolution Centre:

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Issues Raised
488
Unique Issues
475
Closed Issues
97
Resolution % rate
Updated 8 January 2020

 

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5G Consumer Use Cases

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Uses 5G to provide advanced features such as 3D viewing and different perspective views of live match.

 


VR

 

 

 

Uses 5G to enjoy VR contents anywhere anytime.

 

 

 


AR

 

 

 

Uses 5G to provide realistic AR services such as the virtual zoo.

 

 


Live Performances

 

 

 

Uses 5G to enable extremely high quality performance / music videos.

 

 


Game Streaming

 

 

 

Uses 5G to process games on the cloud and stream to / receive input from users.

 

 


Sing-a-long-online

 

 

 

Uses 5G to enable many people to sing-a-long simultaneously online.

 

 

5G News

2019 saw 5G become a commercial reality – 2020 will take it to the mass market

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Verizon adds VR to its media portfolio with Jaunt XR deal

Verizon has acquired the AR and VR technology assets of Jaunt XR, a start-up that has raised over $100 million since 2013. The deal bolsters Verizon’s capabilities in AR/VR, adding to its RYOT portfolio which is building immersive entertainment content for the operator’s 5G ...

GSMA Future Networks 5G Global Launch Update: Revenue generated to hit $4.2 billion by next year (Gartner)

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5G Roaming is now a commercial reality

2019 has been widely referred to as ‘the year of 5G’, and it’s increasingly easy to see why. Following the first commercial launches in the US and South Korea (nationwide rollout by all three operators concurrently across all key cities and towns) on the 3rd of April this ...

5G will open Cloud XR to the mass market – if we work together

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GSMA Convenes Industry to Discuss Future of LTE

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Cloud XR to Bring New Commercial Avenues to Mobile Industry through 5G

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5G Takes Centre Stage at the MWC’s Innovation City

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GSMA Launches New Forum to Support 5G Cloud-Based AR/VR

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Leading the Way in 5G Fixed Wireless Access

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US Industry Talks up 5G Impact at Mobile World Congress Americas

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

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5G is Arriving, and the World is Taking Note

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

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