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11 avril 2019

What’s in store for 5G transport networks: A look ahead into emerging technologies and new use cases - Part 2

Danny Sleiman

Product Specialist, EXFO

Danny currently holds the position of Product Specialist for EXFO’s Transport & Datacom business unit, with responsibility for supporting service providers worldwide throughout their network test and measurement activities. His area of expertise spans mobile fronthaul and backhaul technologies including CPRI/eCPRI, Cloud RAN, and Ethernet/IP. Danny has previously worked as a hardware engineer for Extenway Solutions. He also gathered technical insight as a support services representative for IBM. Danny received his B. Eng. degree in electrical engineering from École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS), Montreal, Canada. 

With 5G, more data than ever before—exponentially more—will need to move at faster rates, more reliably and with extremely low latency than previously imagined. With such high expectations, there’s big pressure on the transport network to get 5G transformation done right. So how does that all break down for fronthaul, midhaul and backhaul networks and what are the fundamental technologies required for emerging 5G services?

This 2-part webinar series will delve into new requirements and relevant challenges inherent in an evolving transport network, as well as address test parameters to measure critical performance criteria for latency, capacity and throughput.    

Part 2: 5G best practices: fiber readiness, CPRI/eCPRI fronthaul transport link validation and more!

Part 2 of the webinar series will dive into specific 4G and 5G use cases addressing emerging technologies in fronthaul and backhaul networks. We will cover proven testing best practices that ensure transport and radio equipment are properly installed, configured and maintained – while making sure key QoS performance requirements are being met.

Access an on-demand copy of Part 1 of the webinar.