2022 is behind us, and we are now looking forward to the years ahead with exciting predictions from industry thought leaders about Technology and Connectivity Trends over the next 2 to 5 years. We at TeckNexus analyzed over 60 sources and identified 150+ global technology and connectivity trends which we have presented in a visually appealing word/ keyword cloud format.
System integrators have a strong role in helping operators and enterprises in planning, building, and managing complex network environments while maximizing performance and minimizing costs by effectively deploying solutions and technologies from diverse ecosystem players. With their deep technical knowledge, competence, and wider industry experience, they can offer tailored solutions that enable the successful deployment of public and private networks and ensure long-term success for those organizations that partner with them.
While private mobile networks create new security considerations for enterprise security leaders, proactive measures can be taken to mitigate these risks and stay a step ahead. In this article, we provide the following areas to focus on in 2023 as private mobile network security earns a spot on the CISO priority list.
The top 3 telco trends for 2023 – Private Networks, Open RAN and Edge Computing. 5G networks are increasingly becoming software driven. To benefit from the power of 5G in making their operations more automated and efficient, many enterprises have started to roll out private 5G networks. Mobile Network Operators are moving towards virtualized, cloud-optimized Radio Access Network (RAN) architecture. Another dimension to the implementation of virtualized telecom networks is the proliferation of Edge Computing.
By the end of 2023, we are likely to consider covid and the sudden spikes in inflation that set limits to consumption as being history. Many of us may have less spare money than before, but we get used to it over time. Also, the climate crisis won’t go away, but it’s time to be optimistic again.
In non-public networks, 5G means a stand-alone solution. 5G is a very promising technology, but it has proven to be complex and unmatured, especially when using western technology providers. This, I assume, has led industries to take a closer look at 4G technology and find out if that could be used to get to the next level of the automation cycle started.
For the past three decades, the telecommunications, media, and technology (TMT) industries have been at the center of the revolution in how consumers and businesses react, interact and transact with each other and the world. Following are 7 trends that TMT organizations need to be focused on not just to reach the full potential of Industry 4.0 but to constantly be prepared for what comes next.
The 5G trends and technologies in 2021 and predictions for 2022 from Neil McRae, Managing Director, and Chief Architect at British Telecom. Some of the key trends of 2021 include private networks, edge computing, Open RAN, swapping vendors driven by security concerns (i.e. clean network), keeping networks up in the Covid-19 pandemic, and rolling out 5G and 4G networks.
Private cellular might be the marquee network technology among today’s 5G advances & Network Convergence should provide a boost to it in 2022. But the tool has different flavors and architectures for taking advantage of new opportunities to inform the larger deployments and in shaping their respective ecosystems. Learn what is the “just right” mix.
The FCC sold off sections of C-band in two separate auctions this past year, several of the big, nationwide telecom providers jumped at the chance to bolster their frequency portfolios. But questions about C-band and its capabilities still linger. How are telecoms going to deploy C-band? Will it finally deliver true 5G? In this article, Broc Jenkins analysis the 5G C-Band challenges and presents what lies ahead to deliver a true 5G.
Why does “sustainability” matter so much now more than ever? How sustainability can be driven through 5G+ Edge Technologies? How can we leverage 5G+ Edge to lower consumption of resources such as energy, water, minerals, crops and sustain our ecosystem? Read this article by Prasad Rajamohan.
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