As 5G begins taking hold in Australia, mobile operators and consumers alike are looking forward to new capabilities, including higher speed mobile broadband; lower latency and reliable connectivity; and large numbers of connected devices with low battery consumption.
But it will be difficult—and likely unrealistic—for any individual mobile operator to self-build the fibre networks required to expand 5G, given both capital and time restraints. That’s why tapping into a pre-existing, high-capacity fibre network is the way forward, allowing operators to co-locate or expand their network reach quickly and easily.
Download our white paper to understand:
- How the 5G ecosystem is accelerating in Australia
- What’s necessary to bring 5G to life in Australia’s regional and rural regions
- What implications 5G will have on autonomous vehicle applications
- What’s required to enable private 5G networks
- How to solve the tech challenges brought on by 5G
- Why tapping into a pre-existing, high-capacity fibre network is key for mobile operators