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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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  • The race to 5G is on, but when and where will we see 5G first deployed in the United States? How critical will prioritization be to developing the first phase of 5G? Ron Marquardt, Sprint’s VP of Technology, joins us to discuss how the company plans to sprint to a first-place win.

  • 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.

  • Wireless carriers are moving beyond cellular connectivity, and industry is innovating beyond traditional technologies, all to support IoT and emerging verticals. At Mobile World Congress 2017, TIA NOW speaks with important industry influencers: Brent Hodges, Head of IoT Planning and Product Strategy at Dell EMC; Bill Morelli, Senior Research Director for Enterprise and IT at IHS and Mo Nasser, GM of IoT Business Unit at Sprint.

  • 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.

  • Sprint's VP of Technology Ron Marquardt talks to TIA NOW about the technology and human enablers of 5G.

  • Nick Baustert, Senior Research Scientist at Sprint, tells the TIA 2015 conference audience about the expectations of 5G. Baustert talked further about the absolute requirements of 5G: high bandwidth, low latency and the interoperability of standards.

  • Within the mobile industry, 5G will be the buzzword of 2015 and for years to come. Experts expect to see the first deployments of 5G in countries like Japan and South Korea, by 2018. But as the US is regarded as a leader in wireless 4GLTE deployments, why are we perceived as oddly behind in the global development of 5G?

  • Operators and service providers are joining forces to provide solutions for their customers in multiple verticals. Join TIA NOW as we welcome Fred Yentz, CEO of ILS Technology, a Telit company and Mohamad Nasser, Director of M2M Product and Marketing for Sprint's Emerging Solutions Group.

  • Where are the most profitable revenue streams for the industry? Is it in the Cloud, Big Data or eHealth? How do we build a network to support these new innovations and technologies? On this opening panel for TIA 2014 is Jonathan King, VP of Cloud Strategy & Business Development at Savvis/CenturyLink, Mark Lipford, Director of Global Standards and Ecosystem Development at Sprint and Dr. John Mattison, M.D., Chief Medical Information Officer at Kaiser Permanente.

  • 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?

  • TIA's 5G Roundtable titled, "Developing the Path to 5G" kicks off with a presentation by Scott Migaldi, Senior Research Scientist, Technical Development and Strategy at Sprint. He covered the "Trends Beyond 4G: Where is Wireless Heading in the Next Decade.”

  • Next generation 4G Networks are top of mind for the ICT industry, but will advancing and robust mobile backhaul paradigms support the growing demands on the network?