Next in the series of segments from our recent 5G video panel: a look at some of the most important technical differences between 5G and 4G.
Among the biggest questions with 5G are, what exactly will be different from 4G, and how will mobile operators and other businesses make use of these? At Mobile World Congress, we were privileged to bring together two industry authorities in this area to get their viewpoints: Howard Benn, Ph.D., Head of Standards and Industrial Affairs at Samsung Electronics Research Institute, and David Hutton, Head of Networks for the GSMA. They share a useful breakdown of 5G’s crucial features, and I invite you to listen to their insights below.
At Syniverse, one theme we continue to see with our customers is that with today’s rapid digital transformation, a business is only as strong as its connections. 5G will mark a new chapter in this transformation, and Syniverse will be right in the center of it, helping our customers expand and strengthen their connections in a number of new ways.
As Senior Strategy Director and Head of Industry Standards at Syniverse, Pradeep Bhardwaj serves as a senior technology adviser overseeing strategic initiatives to advance the adoption of leading-edge technologies and standards, such as 5G, the internet of things, mobile edge computing, LTE, and VoLTE. Pradeep joined Syniverse in 2005 and has built a career that encompasses more than 26 years of experience with mobile operators and telecommunication companies in the areas of GSM, fixed-line, international, wholesale, international roaming, messaging, signaling, satellite, data, and IP communications. Pradeep’s emphasis is on technology strategy, industry standards, systems engineering, and architecture. Among the leadership roles he has held in the industry, he served as the chairman of the GSMA Hubbing Provider Interworking Group from its inception to its end. He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.