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How 5G Enables More Efficient and Secure Airports, Train Stations and Subways
The implementation of 5G technology stands at the forefront of the world’s rapid advance into a hyperconnected future. With its unparalleled speed, low latency and vast capacity, 5G is poised to revolutionize many parts of everyday life, including transportation. With the summer travel season upon us, let’s take a deeper look at why 5G is crucial for transportation hubs, particularly airports, train stations and subways—and consider its transformative impact on these critical travel nodes.
Shared spectrum, converged networks will shape enterprise connectivity in 2023 and beyond
Private wireless networks that drive enterprise environments—from manufacturing to logistics to office campuses and more—are on the threshold of a massive evolutionary leap forward. After a decade of incremental progress, 2023 will be the year that we will likely see widespread and large-scale convergence of Wi-Fi® and cellular in the enterprise space. This convergence will unleash incredible new potential for bandwidth, efficiency, security and flexibility in these networks as theoretical goals finally achieve practical reality this year.
Big Games require Big Speed, 5G Speed
Stadiums don’t just host teams; they host fans and those fans expect an experience. Fan expectations require high-speed data capabilities – and this is especially true for championship games where attendance rates are at their peak.
5G means big changes for large public venues in 2023 and beyond
We are now in the phase of 5G growth for in-building wireless. Over the the next few years, we expect to see many more 5G upgrade projects for the distributed antenna systems that deliver cellular networks in large public venues.
Powering Middle East with Connectivity for a More Sustainable Future
During GITEX Technology Week in October, CommScope will highlight its latest solutions to enable a smart and sustainable future for network operators as Middle East steps up on its sustainability efforts.
Neutral Host Infrastructure Delivers 5G Mobile Connectivity in City of Birmingham
Wireless Infrastructure Group explains how they partnered with Birmingham City Council to deploy the UK’s first large-scale 5G neutral host centralized radio access (C-RAN) network that is already transforming mobile connectivity for Birmingham’s businesses and communities across the region.
It’s Important, But It’s Not All About 5G
5G is one of the hottest topics right now, and there is no denying the capabilities that it will bring. But this won’t happen overnight, and the case for other wireless technology is still strong. Read Ed Wyatt, Jr.’s blog for more about why it’s not all about 5G.
The new JOTS NHIB specification: Good news for indoor wireless connectivity
In 2021, the hope of returning to some semblance of the ‘old normal’ is emerging. While fibre quite rightly took centre stage for operators while we’ve all been at home, attention will now turn back towards indoor wireless connectivity. After all, we spend most of our time using wireless devices while indoors. CommScope’s Stuart Holyoak blogs on why the JOTS NHIB specifications have paved the way for neutral-host indoor wireless networks.
Network Requirements for Integrating Medical Applications
Healthcare networks face many challenges as they integrate new medical applications during the pandemic. In this blog, Thierry Chau explains how new applications are needed now—and their demands can pose serious challenges for healthcare delivery networks.