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5G: The future of things

  • April 16, 2020

François Marcotte

Subject Matter Expert

François Marcotte is a Senior member of technical staff and Subject Matter Expert at EXFO. With 30+ years in the telecom industry, he started as a repair tech for DMS-100 systems. Over the years, François has acquired expert knowledge on Ethernet, IP, OTN and high speed optical technologies. He is continuously working with customers as a technical advisor for testing high speed systems and troubleshooting 5G performance. François is involved with product definition and guidance at EXFO for Ethernet and optical transport solutions. He regularly contributes as a speaker in various seminars and webinars. François graduated in electrical engineering from Polytechnique Montreal.

This webinar is part of EXFO’s educational webinar series. 

5G wireless broadband is here. It is the latest advance in cellular technology. 5G offers greater capacity, higher data rates and much lower latency. And it will enable further innovations—such as the internet of things (IoT) and network slicing— to create a smarter, more connected world. 5G development has been well underway for some time and many companies have already introduced early versions of 5G devices, applications and networks. However, it may still take a few years before we see the full potential and benefits of 5G. How can operators make sure they deliver the 5G experience to their customers and take full advantage of new revenue streams? How can they guarantee the performance of these new services and applications? In this webinar, we’ll tackle those questions and more.

Join us to learn about key 5G trends, technologies and requirements such as:

  • 5G architectures: how the network is changing to adapt to next-gen technologies
  • 5G new radio, millimeter wave, massive MIMO and beamforming
  • Important testing and performance monitoring requirements
  • Internet of things (IoT): examples like the smart farm will be discussed

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