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How Can Satellite Operators Invest to Differentiate Themselves in an Open 5G World?

Thursday, March 12, 2020   (0 Comments)

By Peter Kibutu  |  March 4, 2020  |  Via Satellite

 

5G over satellite is coming. Last December, the satellite and telecoms industries, through the overarching 3rd Generation Partnership Project standards development organization, committed to the future convergence of terrestrial and Non-Terrestrial Networks (NTN). This will create an extended open 5G ecosystem in which satellite, other non-terrestrial and mobile network operators will be able to cooperate – or compete – to offer global connectivity to subscribers.

While 5G convergence creates new opportunities, above all the provision of global hybrid 5G connectivity, it also begs the perennial question of how players in a market built upon open standards will be able to differentiate themselves from existing and new competitors. READ MORE...


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