During the MWC 2019, Juniper will also showcase various joint solutions with strategic partners, including Affirmed Networks, Corero, Ericsson, Hitachi, IBM, Mist Systems, NEC/Netcracker, Red Hat and Tech Mahindra.
In 2018, India witnessed data traffic growth of 109% with 4G technology constituting as much as 92% of this uptake, says a report from Nokia.
Japanese firm NEC Corporation announced the global provision of the "NEC 5G Vertical Business Platform" for Communication Service Providers (CSPs) to provide networks, clouds and applications for the arrival of the 5G era.
CommScope is collaborating with Nokia to develop passive-active antenna solutions which will enable operators to optimize tower space usage.
As part of the three year contract, Ericsson is supplying radio access and transport equipment from its 5G focused Ericsson Radio System portfolio, including the MINI-LINK 6000 microwave backhaul solution to Vodafone Idea.
Keysight Technologies has launched a dual-channel microwave signal generators that support up to 44 gigahertz (GHz) signals and 2 GHz radio frequency (RF) modulation bandwidth in a single instrument.
Weeks ahead of MWC 2019, Ericsson and Intel said that they have begun a multi-year collaboration to jointly develop SDI Manager for 5G.
Japanese firms NEC Corporation, KDDI Corporation and Obayashi Corporation said that they had successfully carried out an operation in which 5G was used to remotely control two construction machines.
While the cloud robotics market is expected to touch 21.9 billion by 2024, the cybersecurity seems to be biggest challenge but 5G will make it safer, faster and speedier.