15 minutes with 5G hosts
Peter Linder is head of 5G Marketing for Ericsson in North America. Leading the content curation and creation for the topics that shape 5G in USA and Canada. He joined Ericson in 1991 and have spent the last 7 years in Dallas. Holding a variety of management positions for business development, pre-sales and commercial management. During the 4G introduction he was in charge of Ericsson's global end-to-end solutions. He is passionate about influencing in the digital domain and love to speak from a stage.
Laurie Spiegel is Marketing Campaign Manager at Ericsson North America with focus on a range of Ericsson solutions for operators in the region. Laurie is currently promoting digital services transformation, data analytics and the journey to 5G for greater customer, network and IT simplicity. Her expertise in technology, operations and systems comes from leading consulting engagements worldwide to help service providers develop, assess and execute strategies such as network modernization and new service deployment.
With 5G technology moving out of the lab and into the marketplace, the transport network must evolve in alignment with the 5G radio access and core networks. Now is the time for those transport networks to come out of the shadows and into the limelight. Listen to Ericsson expert Shane McClelland outline the requirements for transport in a fast-moving and synchronized network evolution to 5G.
According to Ericsson’s latest Mobility Report (November 2017), 37% of mobile subscriptions in North America are expected to be for 5G in 2023. That’s only 5 years away!! The core network, a critical link in the 5G technology chain, must be flexible enough to support the robust requirements of applications that are yet to be envisaged. In this episode, we talk about how essential flexibility can be architected into a more futureproof 5G core.
Pam talks to Monika Byléhn about 5G enablement and the opportunities to apply this emerging technology to enhance the rollout of digitalization across 10 different industries. It’s about the industries that will lead in 5G, but additional considerations that operators should keep in mind for targeting specific industries are revealed.
Anders Svensson, Principal Solution Manager for 5G at Ericsson, talks to Pam about how 5G fixed wireless access can provide an economic solution to meet broadband demand in suburban and urban homes and businesses while setting the foundation for a comprehensive fixed/mobile 5G network.
Pam Mallette, Head of Customer Engagement Marketing talks to Peter Linder, one of Ericsson’s most perceptive 5G thinkers, about Ericsson’s just-released 5G Readiness Survey. This annual report explores operators’ progress on the road to 5G.
Jan Häglund, Head of Architecture & Solutions at Ericsson, talks to Pam about a new study from Ericsson and BT that quantifies the benefits of network slicing for operators.
Pam talks to Paul Challoner (VP Network Product Solutions for Ericsson North America) about getting ready for 5G -- boosting network capacity to meet growing demand by increasing spectral efficiency.
Pam gets a sneak preview of 5G innovations that will be on display at Mobile World Congress Americas 2017 from Keith Shank, Director of Events and Experiences for Ericsson North America.