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Are you 5G ready? Lessons learned from the first 5G deployments

  • 2019年12月10日
  • 11 am EDT | 4 pm GMT

Guillaume Lavallée

Product Line Manager

Guillaume Lavallée is a Product Line Manager at EXFO. Guillaume is responsible for the optical solutions in the Installation & Maintenance division. He holds an MBA and a university degree in Physics Engineering specialized in optics. Guillaume has over 12 years of experience in the telecom industry during which he has built a strong expertise in test and measurement best practices.

Nigel Brownlow

Senior Product Specialist

Nigel Brownlow is a Senior Product Specialist consulting with EXFO’s customers worldwide. He was previously VP of Technology with Absolute Analysis and has over 40 years of experience in test equipment and communication protocols. He has an MBA from the Open University, Milton Keynes, UK, and a BS in Electrical Engineering and Electronics from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, UK.

EXFO’s team of experts have been supporting forward-thinking network operators and equipment vendors worldwide in their 5G trials and deployments—helping them successfully move from lab to live.

In this exclusive webinar, tag along as we share real-world 5G installation scenarios. Get invaluable information about the key challenges and testing considerations to consider when planning your 5G network.

Discover strategies that will enable you to accelerate your 5G rollout while maximizing ROI. Join us and become better prepared as you journey to deliver the full promise of 5G.

What you will learn:

  • Where are we at with 5G?
  • 5G vs. 4G ecosystem―demystifying 5G technologies and requirements
  • Why installation and maintenance of the fiber optic network is critical for the success of 5G transport
  • 5G testing challenges: how to efficiently manage and maintain 5G rollouts and deliver the stringent QoS performance results required (e.g., timing and synchronization, latency, reliability)