The 31st GTI Online Workshop
Report in Collaboration with the GSMA Highlights Best Practice from National 5G Plans
The 31st GTI Online Workshop was held as planned on 22nd-24th September, 2021. Nearly 200 industry expertsrepresentatives from 20 major operators including DT, Etisalat, KDDI, LG Uplus, NTT DOCOMO, SoftBank, T-Mobile US, TurkcellYTLover 30 partners worldwide attended the virtual workshop. This workshop has provided a great opportunity for the industry to discuss viewsshared valuable thoughts on the current key issues faced by 5G eMBB network, 5G eMBB device5G enterprise network.
Madame Huang Yuhong, the Secretary General of GTI, made a brief summary about the latest updatesprogress of GTI in its cooperation with international organizationsthe development status of 5G end-to-end industry. In addition, she called on the global industry to redouble efforts in addressing key issues in terms of network technology evolution, device performance improvemententerprise network, continuing to make breakthroughspromoting industry development, whilst forging ahead to accelerate 5G large-scale commercialization.
With regards to 5G eMBB network, the workshop put much focus on topics like 4G/5G co-evolution, R16 key features introduction evaluationR18 network evolution technologies to accelerate 5G end-to-end developmentits continuous evolution. As for 5G eMBB device, the topics mainly covered 5G device network slicing trial, new features requirements of 5G chipset,5G S-Module Test Experience etc, to improve device performanceevolution. In terms of 5G enterprise network solutions, a range of key technology issues in deployment of private networks for vertical industries were discussed a lot, including but not limited could-network converged base station, SLA, intelligent managementoperation, as well as security, encouraging operators to provide premium IoTprivate network services for vertical industries, so as to foster high-quality development of vertical industries empowered by 5G.
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