Nokia and Orange have partnered up to develop the next-gen 5G Mobile network. Key features include “Ultra Broadband” and IoT (Internet of Things) support. Nokia’s infographic on 5G details the possibilities of the 5G network, it is more than just a mobile network.
Everything from smart clothes to road toll collection is on cards. This approach will increase the number of users on the mobile phone network, be they you smart fridge or robot in an automated factory.This will be achieved with “Dynamic Network Slicing” which will allow the network carrier to configure networks many various use cases and requirements and will be able to run on multiple devices.
This will be achieved with “Dynamic Network Slicing” which will allow the network carrier to configure networks many various use cases and requirements and will be able to run on multiple devices.
There is high bandwidth application of such networks like 8K resolution video and VR gaming. For such experiences, Nokia and Orange joint team are planning “massive MIMO” new frequency bands to build on current 4.5G and soon to be deployed 4.9G networks which already promise gigabit per second peak speeds.
Nokia says there are already 90 customers that have deployed 4.5G and this year 4.5G Pro is coming with “ten times the speed of initial 4G networks” and a clear upgrade path to 4.9G (latencies below 10ms and several gigabits per second ) and then on the 5G.
Qualcomm has its own plans for 5G (also, this year it ran a trial)