5G development is part of continuous mobile broadband evolution process to meet the requirements of 5G as outlined by IMT-2020, similar to earlier evolution of 3G & 4G wireless networks. 5G aims to make wireless broadband same as of wireline with the fiber-like performance at a significantly lower cost-per-bit. With new levels of latency, reliability, and security, 5G will scale to efficiently connect the massive Internet of Things (IoT), and will offer new types of mission-critical services.
The ITU-R is in process of developing the specifications for IMT-2020, in close collaboration with the whole gamut of 5G stakeholders along with the associated spectrum management and spectrum identification aspects. 3GPP submission to IMT 2020 (aka 5G) will include 5G New Radio (aka 5G NR) and LTE.
Individuals interested in understanding how 5G technologies will be leveraged to enhance end-user experience in a wireless network and how 5G network would be deployed should attend these courses. Those who already have a working knowledge of 3G, 4G; or telecom professionals who currently serve in sales, systems engineering, architecture, design, test, support, or operations roles will find these courses to be especially beneficial.
NgnGuru Instructor led courses are as below
- Evolution from 4G to 5G
- 5G Services & Architecture
- Network Function Virtualisation (NFV)
- Software Defined Network (SDN)
- Mobile Edge Computing (MEC)
- Service Function Chaining (SFC)
- OpenStack Basics
- Internet of Things (IoT)