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Ericsson says 5G transport grids need flexibility

Friday 9 October 2015 | 12:17 CET | News
Ericsson says the major challenges for 5G transport are programmability, flexibility, and finding the right balance of packet and optical technologies to provide the capacity demanded by the Networked Society. Its comments came in Ericsson Technology Review issue number 92, 'Flexibility in 5G Transport Networks: The Key to Meeting the Demand for Connectivity'. Ericsson said 5G is shaping up to provide cost-effective and sustainable wireless connectivity to billions of things, people, enterprises, applications and places around the world.

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