11 Dec What 5G skills are most in demand?
The first phase of the 5G revolution has pretty much ended. 5G radio access networks are everywhere, and well over half of cellphones are 5G-enabled, with the percentage rising rapidly as consumers replace old phones.
The second phase of the 5G revolution, now underway, focuses on the shift to 5G standalone, which replaces the 4G core. In this phase, service providers are expected to develop and deploy 5G applications and services to support 5G use cases, including network slicing for virtual private 5G networks, ultradense IoT deployments and ultralow-latency responsiveness for real-time services.
All this change creates an evolving 5G job market…Continue Reading