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#NPTechClubATX: 5G: What Is It and Why Is It a Game Changer?

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Recorded September 7, 2020 by #NPTechClubATX

5G will not only affirm the critical role of mobility in our connected world but also expand it, laying the groundwork for a fourth industrial revolution. "This revolution will be powered by technologies like virtual reality, augmented reality, the Internet of Things, automation, advanced robotics and drones, among many others with the potential to remake virtually every facet of our society," notes Top Nonprofits (March 22, 2019).

Current networks cannot always meet consumer demands for data. "During periods of heavy use, consumers may experience slow speeds, unstable connections, delays, or loss of service. The effects can range from annoyances like a streaming movie freezing to life-threatening transmission delays between first responders in an emergency."

For instance, "in the health care sector, 5G could enable services such as remote patient monitoring, consultation, and even remote surgery. In transportation, 5G will be the backbone that autonomous vehicles rely on. A 2017 study from Deloitte estimated, 'self-driving cars enabled by wireless connectivity could reduce emissions by 40-90%, travel times by nearly 40% and delays by 20%.'”

"The Importance of 5G from the Senate RPC," June 27, 2019.

John Bratcher is Government Account Manager at T-Mobile. He is a strong believer that information is power. "I work on a daily to show businesses and nonprofits how to utilize telecommunication solutions to decrease their operating cost and increase efficiency." Please join us for the timely discussion about 5G!

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#NPTechClubATX: 5G: What Is It and Why Is It a Game Changer?

  1. 1. Agenda My introduction to Tech Network History Why is 5G Relevant IOT Expansion
  2. 2. The new T-Mobile will light up a broad and deep 5G network for all—faster than either company could separately. T-Mobileisbringing Sprintintothefamily
  3. 3. T-Mobile will light up a broad and deep 5G network for all—faster than either company could separately. Massivecapacity Over the next 6 years our capacity will increase 14x over what we have today. 15xfaster Our network will be 8x faster than current LTE in just a few years, and 15x faster in the next 6 years — with about 450 Mbps nationwide average download speeds, compared to around just 30–40 Mbps today. T-Mobileisbringing Sprintintothefamily 99%with5G We already have the largest 5G network, and within 6 years, we’ll provide 5G to 99% of Americans.
  4. 4. ▪ Massive broadband ▪ Massive machine communication ▪ Critical communication Self-managing agricultureRouters Fixed broadband Augmented reality Virtual reality Real-time translation Drone delivery Tablets Laptops Smartphone s Wearable s Connected highways Sensors Smart cities Immersive media Industrial automation Cars Automated driving Asset tracking Machine s Campus networks 5G What could a 5G future bring?
  5. 5. Constant networkinnovation $30Binvestedinnetworkimprovementsand another$40Bcommittedtobuildthebest networkinhistory 2016 First with 4x4 MIMO APR 2017 Won 45% of all low-band spectrum sold at FCC auction First to go live nationwide in U.S. with NB- IoT network JUL 2017 First in the world to light up LTE in 600MHz AUG 2017 SEP 2018 5G partnerships with Ericsson, Cisco, and Nokia Completion of world’s largest virtualized EPC JAN 2019 First 5G on 600MHz call First to launch Caller Verified technology MAY 2020 World’s first standalone (SA) 5G data session on a multi-vendor radio and core network First NB-IoT asset tracking solution DEC 2019 First nationwide 5G network to cover 200M people First 5G devices that work nationwide First end-to-end STIR/ SHAKEN caller verification across three networks 100% of customers can access VoLTE calls by 2020 First SA 5G data session between commercial modems from two suppliers on a production network First low-band SA 5G voice call using EPS fallback to VoLTE First low-band VoNR call on a production network First ViNR call on a production network, first low-band SA 5G data session, first call with EPS fallback, and first VoNR and ViNR calls on a commercial smartphone,
  6. 6. Covering99% of Americanswith4GLTE andintroducing nationwide5G 327million Americans covered by 4G LTE 215 million Americans covered by 5G 5G capable device required; coverage not available in some areas. Some uses may requirecertain plan or feature;see T-Mobile.com. No 5G signal is more reliable (traveling far and deep) than600MHz.
  7. 7. Agreatnetwork needsALL spectrumbands High-frequencybands (28GHz 5G only) Ultrafast data transmission but limited range measured in city blocks Mid-frequencybands (1900MHz, 2100MHz, & 2.5GHz) Transmits data faster but is targeted Low-frequencybands (600 and 700MHz) Transmissions reach a wider area T-Mobile’snetworkdifference Combination of T-Mobile & Sprint spectrum in progress. Capable device required; coverage note available in some areas. mmW mid band low band
  8. 8. 5G isn't replacing 4G any time soon. In fact, 5G is additive and will coexist and work with the 4G LTE network. ▪ 3GPP standards allow dual connectivity, which supports tight interoperability with current 4G networks. ▪ 5G capable phones can use both 4G and 5G technology. 4G evolved packet core 4G radio network 5G Data and control over 4G LTE link Data only over 5G NR link Dual connectivity Dual connectivity
  9. 9. The future of 5G: Networks that work at the speed of business 5G promises to enable the high reliability and low latency required to control critical services and infrastructure. 5G also promises to be more efficient, allowing for more viable connectivity and mobility at a reasonable price. 10–40ms 1– 10ms 1Gbit/s 20Gbit/s* 10k/km2 1M/km 2 Reduced latency roundtrip 20x peak data rates 100x connection density *Target value as per ITU-T IMT 2020 Industry goals: 4G to 5G
  10. 10. Internet of Things
  11. 11. 700 million Endpoints in use in Government by 2020, according to Gartner $1.4 billion Jasper Technologies bought by Cisco $0.9 – 1.7 trillion Potential global value per year in 2025 of IoT applications in cities, according to McKinsey Global Institute IoT is trending up—way up
  12. 12. Networks that will power the future of IoT Built to meet the demands of today, while looking toward the future: ▪ Efficient high and low bands ▪ Cost savings and powerful connections ▪ Coverage across America CAT-1 NB-IoT Future 5G IoT 2G Legacy Gives customers ▪ Up to 10 Mbps ▪ Support of VoLTE and Connected Mobility NB-IoT will ▪ Provide better coverage ▪ Vastly improve battery life ▪ Provide cost savings A nationwide 5G IoT network will mean ▪ Lower latency ▪ Increased battery life ▪ More simultaneous connections
  13. 13. ▪ Smart waste management ▪ Smart lighting ▪ Smart metering ▪ Smart buildings ▪ Asset tracking ▪ Construction equipment monitoring ▪ Smart parking IoT use cases
  14. 14. ▪ Enhanced UE security ▪ Better battery life ▪ Optimized data usage ▪ Buffered MT messages NB-IoT key benefits:
  15. 15. T-Mobile’s low-band spectrum covers massive swaths of the U.S. and Puerto Rico. LTE POPS: 320M Bands: 2, 4, 12 Data as of October 2019. Coverage not available in some areas. Capable device required. NB-IoT coverage
  16. 16. LTE POPS: 325M Bands: 2, 4, 12, 85 Projected NB-IoT coverage by 2021 Coverage not available in some areas. Capable device required.
  17. 17. Building a portfolio of solutions to enable IoT Providing connectivity access through partnership with platform players CONNECTIVITY AND NETWORK Delivering solutions to government through partnerships with key IoT solution providers INDUSTRIAL IOT Addressing consumer pain points through IoT-based solutions CONSUMER IOT Enabling a long tail of innovation DEVELOPER COMMUNITY
  18. 18. Leading the evolution of government wireless