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Doug Suriano
5G mobile networking is closer than you think, and it’s bringing more than another bandwidth adrenaline rush. Real-world applications on fully implemented 5G networks should start appearing around 2020, so it’s time to start working 5G capabilities into your IT roadmaps.

Past leaps in mobile networks, from 2G to today’s 4G, brought the bandwidth boosts that have enabled mobile apps and video to thrive. And 5G does bring its own bandwidth bonanza. But 5G also promises a significant cut in latency and a capability known as network slicing that will enable you to customize networks for specific uses. That means that cell phones, IoT sensors, and enterprise apps can each have the network architecture that’s best for them, rather than squeezing into a one-size-fits-all setup.

Doug Suriano, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Oracle Communications Products
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