The telecommunications sector is at an inflection point between the peak of the 4G LTE market and the on-ramp for next-gen 5G wireless services. Does the roll out of 5G services change the market landscape for satellite operators?
SES Networks’ Karl Horne sees 5G as a tremendous opportunity not only to drive innovation and create new business opportunities, but also as a way to collaborate with terrestrial competitors on rolling out the network. Why collaborate? The answer lies in the unique relationship between future 5G and present-day satellite networks. Horne joins On Orbit Producer and Host Jeffrey Hill for an interview recorded live at TechXLR8 London.
Inseego Executive Vice President of IoT and Mobile Solutions Ashish Sharma then joins Jeff to answer these questions from a terrestrial perspective, and also discuss why enterprise end-users will maintain pace with consumers in driving 5G adoption.
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This episode will be the first of a pair of two-part episodes featuring satellite and terrestrial perspectives on 5G-enabled technologies. For our next episode, we’ll be joined by Greg Quiggle, Vice President of Product Management at Kratos Defense and Space, and Alain Guigui, Chief Technologist of Business Solutions for Hewlett Packard Enterprise, for an in-depth look at cloud networking!
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