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Nevertheless, several use cases are anticipated to be active concurrently in the same operator network, thus requiring a high degree of flexibility and scalability of 5G networks. A global initiative has delivered key end-to-end operator requirements intended to guide the development of future technology platforms and related standards, create new business opportunities and satisfy future end-user needs.
NGMN – 5G White Paper
Particular focus during this process has been on the needs of mobile network operators. Using 5G networks, third party service providers should be able to offer their services in a very short time-to-market manner and based on mutual service level agreements. The 5G use cases demand very diverse and sometimes extreme requirements. On the end-user side, a key requirement for 5G will be that a consistent customer experience is achieved across time and service footprint.
Furthermore, it should open up opportunities to create completely new business models without having an impact on network architecture.
In addition to supporting the evolution of the established prominent mobile broadband use cases, 5G will support countless emerging use cases with a high variety of applications.
5G White Paper
A global team of more than experts has contributed to the now finalised 5G White Paper by developing the consolidated operator requirements intended to support the standardisation and subsequent availability of 5G for and beyond. It is anticipated that a single solution to satisfy all the extreme requirements at the same time may lead to over-specification and high cost.
For operators, the capability to evolve and enable new business models should be supported in a cost efficient manner, without having architectural impact.
There will also be new services enabled in the health and safety area with extreme usite in terms of system reliability. In addition, future services will be delivered across a fully heterogeneous environment and a wide range of devices such as smartphones, wearables, and Machine Type Communication. It is an essential requirement that 5G provides a future-proof technology platform allowing the evolution of existing business whjte in both retail and wholesale offerings.
Communicatioon addition, it should show foundational shifts in cost and energy efficiency.
In addition, operators will support vertical industries, and contribute to the mobilization of industries and industry usite. On the radio access side, it will be essential to provide enhanced antenna technologies for massive MIMO at frequencies below 6GHz and to develop new antenna designs within suitd form factors for large number of antenna elements at higher frequencies. Therefore, the capabilities of the network need to be expanded to support much greater throughput, lower latency and higher connection density.
The primary role of the NGMN Alliance is to enable and drive the creation of commonly xuite and global standards with the objective to expand and evolve the mobile broadband experience to the benefit of all customers. After having laid the basis for 4G in its White Paper several years ago, NGMN now outlines in the White Paper its vision for 5G empowering value creation through new use cases and being enabled by sustainable business models.
To cope with a wide range of use cases and business models, 5G has to provide a high degree of flexibility and scalability by design. NGMN envisages a 5G eco-system that is truly global, free of fragmentation and open for innovations.
In the meantime, LTE has become a truly global and mainstream mobile technology, and will continue to support the customer and market needs for many years to come. In NGMN has developed requirements vommunication the next generation of mobile broadband technologies which is commonly called 5G. It empowers value creation enabled by sustainable business models.
This White Paper is going to serve as a guideline for 5G definition, architecture and design, taking particularly into account the demand of consumers, enterprises, vertical industries, and service providers in and beyond. The commercial introduction of 5G is expected to vary from operator to operator; however, NGMN encourages gwma ecosystem players to work towards availability of global and commercial solutions by