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Where wireless, network infrastructure and data centre leaders collaborate for 5G deployment
In preparation for upcoming developments in 5G we have seen a dramatic convergence of different telecommunications sectors. As the industry plans for these trends, the communications infrastructure roadmap to global roll out remains ambiguous. Over the last couple of years Euromoney has acquired a variety of market leading events in the Tower, Software and Data Centre space. With such a wealth of businesses spanning across the communications infrastructure market, we wanted to explore the opportunity of bringing together these key verticals within the communications infrastructure space to facilitate and streamline the necessary discussions for this digital future.
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With pressure on today’s networks to meet tomorrow’s intelligent world, the Communications Infrastructure Summit is the first strategic industry meeting and debate for global infrastructure leaders to solve challenges aligned with 5G deployment. The unique gathering of fiber, wireless, software, hardware and data center companies will also provide first hand insight on cross-industry collaboration and convergence. If you’re business strategic objective is to lead in technology development and network performance, don’t miss the opportunity to join the call to action.Inquire about speaking opportunities
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Deutsche Telekom launches edge data centres for mobile 5G gaming
Deutsche Telekom has built edge data centres in four German cities solely to encourage 4G and then 5G mobile multi-player gaming.
The company has set up the new data centres in Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Munich to reduce latency for multi-player games, said Claudia Nemat, the company’s head of technology and innovation.
But she hinted to Capacity that Deutsche Telekom is rethinking its previous strategy of using Huawei in its central and eastern European network, Pan-Net.
The first Communications Infrastructure newsletter now available!
We’re about the start on the biggest investment programme in telecoms for – well, probably ever. And welcome to this first issue of a regular newsletter that we want to become the leading source of information for network strategy. Driven by the development of 5G wireless technology, the industry will be completely rethinking and rebuilding telecoms infrastructure to deliver a complete new range of services.Download Newsletter