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mmWave: the real asset of 5G

mmWave: the real asset of 5G

Every day, we are becoming more and more familiar with 5G. The technology, which only a year ago was just beginning to be deployed as a promising novelty – an opportunity to open a Pandora’s box of new innovations, applications and businesses –, is now on everybody’s lips at “coffee talks” to plan what to do in our new, fully connected world.   When we think about how 5G could reshape this...

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Smart Rural 21 & 5G: The challenge of connecting rural areas

Smart Rural 21 & 5G: The challenge of connecting rural areas

The movement of people in search of opportunities not available to them in their birthplaces has always been taking place. The last most significant migrations of people in Spain for example were: The rural flight, driven by the industrial revolution, which intensified in the 20th century and led to ghost towns and what we now call “Empty Spain”. The urban exodus of the last decade, which has...

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EMMB, MMTC & URLLC, the three scenarios of 5G

EMMB, MMTC & URLLC, the three scenarios of 5G

5G cellular networks have become far more popular thanks to the new uses they can provide to public services and industrial segments. The current technological context is key for the implementation of 5G architecture, based on SDN / SD-WAN - Software Defined Network, NFV - Network Function Virtualization or MEC - Multi-Access Edge Computing technologies. The following use cases are only an...

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To recover from COVID, just stay home: a simple use case of 5G.

To recover from COVID, just stay home: a simple use case of 5G.

I have lost count of how many trillions $ 5G can generate in the next years. It all depends on the time scale as well as the market segment you are in, whether being hardware, or software, or services, or the entire ecosystem taken from its many different and multiple angles. But we all agree that there is a common factor beyond all those numbers, and that is the myriad of new business...

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eSIM: Two different flavors for the same technology

eSIM: Two different flavors for the same technology

eSIM (or embedded SIM) technology is destined to replace the traditional SIM cards that you insert in your mobile phones when you buy a new terminal or switch mobile phone operators. The eSIM is an eUICC (Embedded Universal Integrated Circuit Card) chip on the circuit board of an electronic device with a cellular connection. A virtual SIM, which we shall refer to as a mobile operator profile, is...

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Covid-19, Information Technology and Data Protection Law

Covid-19, Information Technology and Data Protection Law

The current Covid-19 crisis has some of you wondering if it is the result of a biological weapon from a shady military lab. The answer is a simple no! As the scientific community so rightly states, nature is enough and more than enough to make new viruses like this all by itself. It has reminded us of this through numerous relatively recent cases. The last century saw the Spanish Flu, Zika, HIV,...

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TDD & Massive MIMO for 5G

TDD & Massive MIMO for 5G

A fundamental feature of wireless (duplex) bidirectional communication systems is the way to separate the transmitted and received signals. We almost always find that the standard either establishes alternating them in time intervals, with the device quickly switching between transmission and reception, or transmitting them in different frequency bands and separating them by means of...

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Fixed Wireless Access – Why 5G-FWA can succeed

Fixed Wireless Access – Why 5G-FWA can succeed

In my previous blog post last week on 5G, we saw how Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) is considered a cornerstone use case for 5G and a new source of revenue stream for both MNOs and CPEs manufacturers. But if LTE is already capable of reaching extremely high Broadband speed, over the Gigabit data rate, why can 5G succeed where LTE hasn’t reached? Well, the first reason is economic as the Telecom...

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Fixed Wireless Access – primary use case for 5G

Fixed Wireless Access – primary use case for 5G

Fixed Wireless Access has huge opportunities and challenges for the Telecom Industry with the deployment of the 5G system, but why is so important? Up to now, LTE is still considered the fastest developing mobile technology ever. Since its launch in early 2010, it has been successfully deployed worldwide to billions of users, both for mobility and for fixed use cases, and its growth is expected...

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