5G, the fifth-generation wireless technology, promises higher bandwidth and advanced, low-latency network capabilities that will enable a wide range of advanced business and consumer applications. 5G is a catalyst for virtualization and automation in both service provider and enterprise use cases. With much hype built around the arrival of 5G networks for many years, the truth is that building out the infrastructure to support 5G is far more complex and challenging than you would think and requires automation to be successful.
Automation: The Key to Successful 5G
This Futuriom report examines 5G as a catalyst for virtualization and automation in both service provider and enterprise use cases, including the key challenges, business strategies that are likely to accompany this technology wave and how Itential’s Automation Platform enables rapid end-to-end network automation for 5G use cases.