Powering 5G: Understanding Challenges in Telecom Infrastructure
Powering 5G in Asia
Anticipation for 5G networks has reached fever pitch as mobile operators are racing against time to be the first to deploy next level ultra-fast, low latency connectivity to billions of mobile subscribers. In fact, 5G will arrive sooner rather than later as initial deployment is expected to arrive as early as 2021.
Many countries in Asia are leading the way in developing 5G architecture, including South Korea, Japan and Australia. For telecom operators, this presents a multitude of challenges that needs to be addressed both on Greenfield and brownfield sites. Ultimately, having the right infrastructure is critical for the success of 5G deployment.