Session Presenter - Iain Gillott, iGR President
Upcoming iGR Webinars
Private LTE is not new and has been discussed for some time – enterprises like the idea of having their own network that is secure, managed and scalable. The main issues are spectrum, since licensed spectrum has been required for private LTE. New opportunities are opening up with CBRS in the U.S., plus LTE in unlicensed bands.
This webinar will look at the drivers for private LTE, the opportunities and requirements, the impact of edge computing, and, of course, the impact on and from 5G.Register Here
Small cells are becoming an increasingly important part of the 4G and 5G infrastructure, despite the issues with deployment. iGR is continually updating its extensive research on the small cell opportunity, including total addressable market, actual deployments and TCO.
This webinar will provide an update on iGR’s view of the indoor, outdoor, CBRS, mmWave and sub 2.5 GHz small cells.Register Here
The deployment of 5G is a marathon that will take years, not a sprint that will be over in a few months. iGR’s forecasts look forward ten years to understand the major trends and drivers as 5G RAN, transport and the new 5G core are deployed around the world.
This webinar will discuss the trends for 5G infrastructure build and operating expense spending, the drivers and major challenges.Register Here
5G, edge computing and the public cloud are all coming together to support new applications and services. 5G promises low-cost, low-latency high-speed internet for all, no matter where you live or work and across a range of devices, vehicles, robots and industrial machinery. The problem is, the architecture that enables 5G speeds with low-latency computing must still be architected and built. For the public cloud companies, this presents a new opportunity and a new set of challenges. By moving public cloud down to the edge, new applications and services that benefit from high bandwidth AND low latency can be deployed.
This webinar will discuss how public cloud, 5G and edge computing intersect and how the infrastructure will be deployed.Register Here
iGR will be preparing a series of new research that looks at the opportunities for IoT applications and services, including those that require 5G and edge computing solutions, in various industry verticals. After all, enterprises in different verticals will require different applications and services. Understanding the dynamics and variances between industries is important as 5G and edge compute architectures are built out.
This webinar will provide an overview of the opportunity within the verticals and for specific IoT applications and services.Register Here