The Latest of 5G Internet Network

5G Internet Network dominates debate at CTO meeting in Budapest

Industry collaboration will be key to security in the 5G Internet Network era. The sharing of network infrastructure could help operators to deliver new services faster, at lower cost. 5G continues to highlight the necessity of investment in all-fibre networks. Machine Learning is certain to form part of our 5G future.

These were among the key conclusions of a meeting of Chief Technology Officers (CTOs) held earlier this week in Budapest, Hungary, in conjunction ITU Telecom World 2019.

CTOs highlighted that standardization and open-source projects both stand to benefit from close interaction.

They also suggested that a ‘5G observatory’ to share lessons learnt from 5G testbeds and early commercial deployments could assist developing countries in gaining greater clarity around the business opportunities presented by 5G.

With a view to discussing industry needs and associated standardization priorities, the meeting brought together representatives of companies including China Mobile, du, Ericsson, Fujitsu, Futurewei Technologies, Global Voice Group, Huawei, Juniper Networks, Nokia, NTT, Orange, Rohde & Schwarz, Symantec, Telkom Indonesia, TELUS, Tunisie Télécom, UNITEL and Verizon.

The meeting issued a communiqué summarizing trends in information and communication technology (ICT) of growing relevance to ITU standardization.

To read more this article is credited by : ITU News . Click to read