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    From MWC 2016, TIA NOW, Samsung and Verizon discuss 5G test trials and how standards are already being developed for a technology that promises one hundred times the speed of our current networks and one thousand times the capacity. Joining us is Ed Chan, SVP of Technology Strategy and Planning at Verizon and Woojune Kim, VP and Head of Next-Generation Business and Products at Samsung Networks.

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  • The FCC took action at its September Open Meeting to move forward with its Wireless Infrastructure Order aimed at streamline 5G deployment across the U.S. John Godfrey of Samsung, Jeff Marks of Nokia, and Dileep Srihari of TIA discuss the details of the FCC’s Order, what it means for wireless infrastructure build-out across the U.S. and how it will help ensure America’s leadership in the global race to 5G.

  • Just prior to MWC 2017, Verizon announced 11 fixed wireless market customer trials with pre-commercial equipment. One of these customer trials is with Samsung Networks, who brings four components to the trials: CPE, access units, the core and the chips that rounds out the end-to-end solution with Verizon.

  • As the FCC and industry expects the first 5G networks to go live in 2020, there's a lot of ground to cover from a technology and policy perspective. Here to give us their response to the FCC's rulemaking on millimeter wave spectrum are policy leaders from Intel, Nokia and Samsung Networks.

  • From MWC 2016, TIA NOW, Samsung and Verizon discuss 5G test trials and how standards are already being developed for a technology that promises one hundred times the speed of our current networks and one thousand times the capacity. Joining us is Ed Chan, SVP of Technology Strategy and Planning at Verizon and Woojune Kim, VP and Head of Next-Generation Business and Products at Samsung Networks.

  • Industry luminaries say 5G networks will make broadband accessible and affordable for all end users. But what are the true capabilities of 5G networks and is it too soon to speculate on the next generation of connectivity?

  • Farooq Khan, VP and Head of the Samsung R&D Institute at Samsung Electronics, tells TIA NOW that the capacity needed for data will increase by 10,000x by 2030. Khan says millimeter wave frequencies is the answer to a true 5G network.

  • There is a lot of talk about achieving a fifth generation wireless network by 2020, but there is still a lot of work to do and there are plenty of skeptics about the perceived hype around 5G wireless.