Mobile World Congress 2015: EU unveils its vision for 5GEscrito por Redacción TNI el 10/03/2015 a las 19:28:05
The EU Commissioner together with companies including Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Nokia, Orange, Thales Alenia Space and other partners in the 5G Public-Private Partnership have presented today Europe's vision of the 5G technologies and infrastructure which, by 2020, will cope with the massive growth in the use of communication and wireless technologies by humans and machines.
It is the result of 18 months of discussion within the 5G PPP, an initiative bringing together the European Commission and industry, to usher in a new era in mobile network development. The EU vision will feed into a global debate which aims to agree by the end of 2015 on the scope of 5G, its main technological constituents, and the timetable for putting it in place. 5G technologies and standards will respond to the 30-fold increase in internet and data traffic by 2020. (see What 5G can do for you).
"Europe has the industrial base, the know-how and excellent research teams to deliver the future 5G digital infrastructure. I am determined to favour one single global standard for 5G. This will enhance economies of scale and scope, and deliver the digital society and economy of tomorrow" has said Günther H. Oettinger, European Commissioner
Europe's 5G vision in more detail: