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    Supporting 5G will involve innovative technologies, and Nokia with Sprint has made an announcement that will contribute to that goal, here at MWC 2017. Here to cover the highlights of this announcement are Günther Ottendorfer, COO of Technology at Sprint and Ricky Corker, EVP and Head of North America at Nokia.

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  • Sprint and Ericsson secured early results from their joint field testing of Massive MIMO on the Sprint LTE Plus network in downtown Seattle and Plano, Texas, demonstrating a 4x increase in spectral efficiency. Massive MIMO is key to a network’s ability to meet demands of urban and rural users as a precursor to 5G network deployment in the next few years.

  • Supporting 5G will involve innovative technologies, and Nokia with Sprint has made an announcement that will contribute to that goal, here at MWC 2017. Here to cover the highlights of this announcement are Günther Ottendorfer, COO of Technology at Sprint and Ricky Corker, EVP and Head of North America at Nokia.

  • Shailen Bhatt, Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Transportation, talks about vehicle connectivity research areas like vehicle to infrastructure, vehicle to vehicle, security, privacy and standards in the CV/AV space.

  • As 5G networks support 1,000x the capacity for billions of devices by 2025, new radio access technologies and existing wireless technologies will have to merge. We discuss breakthroughs in wireless network innovation with Current Analysis, Tech Mahindra and Recon Analytics.

  • Spectrum scarcity is not only a concern in our businesses, but now also in our cars. Harry Lightsey, Executive Director, Global Connected Customer, Public Policy at General Motors tells TIA NOW that emerging Wi-Fi technologies could cause interference in radio spectrum used for mission critical services that reduce vehicle collisions.

  • Dr. Rikin Thakker and Dr. Michael Dellomo of RF Academics bring their Wireless and Cellular Workshop Series LIVE on TIAonline.org. Find out more about the upcoming, co-hosted events between the Telecommunications Industry Association and RF Academics.

  • How do you build a communications network that provides comprehensive wireless coverage to a 7,000-acre master planned community, supporting one of the world’s leading medical and recreational cities? Watch this TIA NOW-produced video case study about the journey taken by Nemours Children’s Hospital administrators, network equipment integrators and Corning as they walk us through the journey of building a world-class communications network.

  • 4G World hosts industry panels and discusses key topics at its co-located event with CTIA 2014. Net Neutrality, industry mergers and the roll out of densified networks are part of the discussions at 4G World and TIA NOW recaps those panels in their mobile studio.

  • There’s a lot of talk about the technology trends behind 5G technologies, but what about the human factor? How will usage data for wireless technologies influence the way we develop and deploy 5G technologies?

  • A big concern for the network of the future is the availability of spectrum. Is the solution a wider focus on optimizing the spectrum we currently have? TIA NOW talks to Steve Crowley, a consulting wireless engineer who was named by Forbes as a top 10 mobile influencer in the industry.

  • Berge Ayvazian, Sr. Consultant at Heavy Reading tells TIA NOW's Abe Nejad that TIA 2013 allows the vendor community to come together. Ayvazian also talks about the future of 4G-LTE and small cell technologies.

  • TIA’s Market Review and Forecast for 2013 is ready to launch as glaring statistics in the technology sector permeate the document. Here to tell us more about what we can all expect in 2013 and over the next 4 years in the tech sector is Arthur Gruen of Wilkofsky Gruen Associates, Glen Hunt of Current Analysis and Ken Figueredo of Beecham Research.

    View a sample of the Major Trends Chapter here.

  • Telcos are no longer the lone star actors on the telecommunications stage. As broadband gets faster and more robust, telcos try to find every viable and profitable avenue of revenue generation from a network that they built to support broadband today. What are some of the advantages telcos have in the market that they can leverage?

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