Readiness for 5G Revolution

Smart city powered by 5G technology

The operators should not only look at 5G from a technical perspective, but they need to go beyond just a method of connectivity. Operator should gear themselves as solutions company, providing OTT services and VAD services to their customers. Transformation of their network is critical.

As a part of this training, we will be providing you the 5G readiness assessment worksheets for your enterprise customers. That will help the Consumer and Enterprise Business Unit to be more proactive in understanding the needs of their customers and offering the relevant solution, increasing revenue and profitability of the operator. Also during this course we will be doing lot of group discussion sessions and debate various case studies.

2009 – Almost every telecom company’s board could see the writing on the wall: Technology companies such as Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon and smaller over-the-top companies were winning in apps, content, advertising, the cloud, and the Internet of Things. They wanted to transform.

2019 – 10 years later these companies look almost the same. Growth is stalling, the usual cost-cutting measures have reached their limit, and dividend and debt commitments are tying their hands financially. Clearly, maintaining the status quo is a recipe for slow death.

Telecom operators are transforming their current networks, operations and businesses to dominate their competitors and prosper in this digital revolution, with IoT and BIG data being the king and new data driven applications. This has often translated to lower financial results as a result of increasing CAPEX and OPEX. Maintaining those networks is even messier, complex and costly, affecting operators’ ability to generate profits aligned with financial markets’ expectations.

5G is the key to success. As boundaries between communications technology and information technology have almost disappeared, new broadband innovative services based on last mile connectivity are on the rise. Anything to everything will be connected, in this connected world, in coming years.

The end-to-end 5G network, as below, will be a more flatter, cloud based architecture with different virtual slices for various types of services. And each of those will have a separate QoS.

Instructor-Led Training
[Classroom: 3 days / LIVE Virtual*: 16 hours]
  • A minimum of 6 or more participants are required for a company-based LIVE Virtual course to commence
  • LIVE Virtual courses can be conducted for 5 hours or 7 hours daily. Please note that the number of training days will be extended if you opt for 5 hours daily.
There are no upcoming course dates currently scheduled for this course. If you are keen on attending this course, please register your interest and indicate your preferred start/end training dates via our  course enquiry form for us to open a Classroom/LIVE Virtual class schedule for this course.
  1. How to Plan An Advanced 5G Network
  1. The Overall 5G Fabric
  • Understand the objectives of 5G in economic, technological and associated services
  • Road map to 5G
  • 5G Technology detail
  • Features of 5G
  • Spectrum need for 5G
  • Financial – CAPEX and OPEX requirements
  • Key concepts of 5G Framework – Understanding eMBB, mMTC, uRLLC
  • Cloud Computing & SDN
  • Key Economic concepts to understand the Economic principles driving 5G & IoT
  • Business Transforming for new services to generate revenue for the operator
  • The penetration of 5G terminals
  • Trials and Commercial deployments in progress
  • Make a complete panorama of the envisaged use cases (Individuals and Companies)
  • How to manage existing infrastructures and migration to a 5G environment?
  • Understand the compatibility of 5G with current services
  1. The “DNA” of 5G
  • Objective of the architecture
  • Architecture of 5G
  • Different from LTE
  • Master Core Technology
  • Flexible frame structure & design
  • 5G Design principle – Flexibility and Reliability
  • Various components and functions
  • Network Softwarization and Programmability
  • Impact on Mobile technologies
  • Impact on Service & Infrastructure Management and Orchestration
  • Key differences between 5G & previous Cellular technologies

4. What’s New in 5G, Vision and Beyond

  • Beamforming
  • Massive MIMO
  • Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA)
  • IoT
  • Small Cells
  • Software-Defined Radio (SDR)
  • Centralized RAN vs. Cloud RAN
  • NFV, SDN, and cloud networking
  • Massive Machine Communication (MMC)
  • Massive Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Ultra-Reliable Communication (URC)
  • 5GPP
  • 5G Forum
  • 5GMF
  • 3GPP
  • ITU-T’s IMT-2020
  • 5G Americas
  • ETSI
  1. Envisioned Technologies for 5G by Regulation and Standardization Bodies
  • RAN
  • CORE Network
  • Mobile Transport Evolution
  • Technical Challenges for 5G
  • Policy Challenges for 5G
  • Applications of 5G
  1. Revenue Growth from New services
  • 5G Advancement and Use Cases
    • 5G Radio
    • Migration to 5G
    • Advanced features details
    • How operators can move smoothly to 5G
    • 5G use cases
    • 5G & IoT framework compatibility
    • 5G Fundamental Role in IoT
  1. Enablement of New Services Utilizing IoT
  • IoT Architecture
  • IoT Architecture Layers
  • IoT Stack
  • Overview of IoT Connectivity Methods and Technologies
  1. Densification and Automation of Network for New Services Deploying Small Cells
  • Small Cells Planning and Design
    • Market drivers for data capacity, coverage and quality
    • Small Cells Basics
    • Small Cells Architecture
    • Device to Device (D2D)
    • Radio technology evolution
    • Residential Small Cells
    • Enterprise Small Cells
    • Metrocells/ Urban/ Public Access
    • Rural Small Cells
    • Small Cell Gateways
    • Wireless Backhaul
    • Planning and operational management
    • Wi-Fi and Small Cells
    • Commercial Deployment
  1. Framework for Accessing and Evaluating Enterprise Clients for their Readiness for the New Services and Business Transformation

Note: A Certificate of Completion will only be issued upon achieving at least 75% attendance for the course.

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Duration: Classroom: 3 days / LIVE Virtual: 21 hours
Level: Virtual Training

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