GTI Vertical Models and Enterprise Network Requirements White Paper 02 nd / 06 / 2020

This white paper describes the requirements and application scenarios of 5G networks in major industries, summarizes and analyzes common scenarios and requirements, and provides a set of basic capabilities required for 5G networks to meet industry requirements.

GTI URLLC Evaluation White Paper (Phase II) 08 th / 05 / 2020

Phase II involves more vertical, such as Differential protection in electrical power distribution and motion control in factory automation. And more simulation assumptions are adopted, such as FDD, new frequency band (700MHz), new frame structure, etc.

GTI 5G Network Architecture and Capability Customization for ENS White Paper 08 th / 05 / 2020

This white paper indicates that as 5G technologies mature, an increasing number of vertical industries are becoming aware of the fact that industry-specific private 5G networks will aid their digitalization and industry upgrade, helping the enterprises meet the needs of a faster and more diverse market.

GTI Wireless Solution for 5G ENS White Paper 08 th / 05 / 2020

This white paper summarizes differentiated network requirements of industry customers, proposes three types of wireless enterprise network solutions, and describes and analyzes the network architecture, network performance (coverage, performance, reliability, and isolation), application scenarios, and industry conditions.

GTI Security Consideration for 5G Smart City Whitepaper 16 th / 03 / 2020

This whitepaper focuses on the potential security threats and challenges brought by the application of 5G technologies to Smart City, and the security capabilities required to address these threats.

(New)GTI CALLS FOR GOVERNMENTS TO FACILITATE THE 5G ERA 10 th / 03 / 2020

Report in Collaboration with the GSMA Highlights Best Practice from National 5G Plans
Countries must step up their efforts to facilitate the 5G era by backing more supportive policies, according to a new GTI study, produced in collaboration with the GSMA.
The Report, ‘Supportive Policies for a Sustainable Mobile Industry in the 5G Era’, calls for governments to play their part in helping operators overcome the new challenges they are facing. These include the high costs incurred by the demands for more spectrum; the heavy financial barriers to network deployment; collaboration with diverse vertical industries as well as national broadband strategies and regulations.

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