5G wireless communication promises to take us into a new era of digital transformation powered by super -fast broadband, enhanced virtual and augmented reality, the Internet of Things (IoT,) phones that work at unimaginable speeds, or is it all just marketing spiel by mobile manufacturers designed to get you buying the next big fad?
5G represents the fifth generation of wireless data networks, and while mobile manufacturers compete to claim the 5G crown there is an ongoing squabble about the definition of real ‘5G’ and its likely impact on domestic and business use.
In preparation for broad deployment, every major Global data carrier is actively marketing 5G and it is ‘real.’ 5G is a development set to transform how we live and work. In the near future 5G technology will enable smart city networks and IT, not just the Internet of Things as it relates to your office or home environment but connected devices and systems globally. 5G will impact all industries, including education, retail, manufacturing, agriculture the list goes on. The way we work and communicate on a day to day basis will be transformed.
Your business needs to be ready, this includes understanding the potential to launch brand new products and services which weren’t possible before, moving into new markets and increasing productivity; as well as managing the risks associated with cyber security and new network architectures that will change the digital landscape as we know it.
Here at Ubi-Tech we have been developing a series of 5G courses to help businesses respond to 5G innovation and make ready for the new era of internet. As well as our range of specialist, technical programmes we are offering a 5G one -day overview for businesses, designed to introduce you to the fundamentals of 5G, benefits and risks and how to make your business 5G ready.
Topics covered include:
Core Network- UPF AMF SMF PCF AF NSSF AUSF UDM NEF NRF
Network deployment types – Non-standalone/standalone
Key associated technologies – eMBB, mMTC, URLLC
eMBB spectral efficiency
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