- The first wave of 5G saw a billion connections and world-changing innovations.
- The telecommunications industry is now setting its sights on the second wave.
- Collaboration and convergence will be a priority at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona.
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2022 will see the billionth 5G connection globally 5G “first wave” eraAccording to the Global System for Mobile Communications Association (GSMA), organizer of Mobile World Congress Barcelona (MWC), the world’s most influential digital trade exhibition, the second wave of 5G deployments will bring a “diversity of new viewing We promise to “attract customers and markets.” Through sustainable and safe innovations that change the world.
The fact that over 100 UK companies will be attending the 2023 MWC in February – the largest number to date – underscores the UK’s growing commitment to driving innovation in connectivity and telecommunications. This is a long-term commitment characterized by diverse partners and growing investments. By 2022, the UK government will announced Add another £110m to telecom R&D.
“The UK has been at the forefront of digital innovation for decades,” said Professor Mike Short, Chief Scientific Advisor to the UK Department of Commerce and Trade (DBT). “Think of the pioneering work in the 2G or GSM Memorandum of Understanding that was drafted in 1987. The UK was the first country to launch SMS, GPRS and the first mobile virtual network operator and has a longstanding We have brought many other innovations through competition.MWC is the ‘Digital World Congress’ which sees more global digital innovations from the UK and around the world. ”
The theme of this year’s MWC is “Velocity” and spans 5G and 6G, AI, Open Networks, FinTech and Industry 4.0. So what exactly will the UK show off in 2023?
Convergence is key
Short predicts that the idea of convergence will prevail. “We are likely to see an interesting form of sector convergence: more fixed wireless access (FWA), cloud-based services, cellular mobile services and satellite services combined to close coverage gaps.” he said. “They will support new services, smarter highways, private networks and self-driving cars with more precise navigation that rely on satellite communications.”
Mira Horibais a global leader in automotive innovation, supporting developers and supply chain providers through many challenges around the convergence of connectivity and automation. At MWC 2023, HORIBA MIRA will showcase its expertise in automotive testing and engineering, with a focus on validation and validation of connected and automated mobility (CAM) technologies to ensure they are safe, reliable and functionally robust. Confirm that
UK based experimental specializes in innovative learning solutions for communications professionals worldwide. Mpirical provides accessible learning through its own online platform, offering a hybrid educational environment that spans a variety of subjects, from 5G to open architecture to the impact of 6G. Mpirical’s manager of marketing, Morgan Oag, said: “Our innovator team has a background that spans the globe, including the United States, Indonesia, Greece, and the Middle East.”
Digital inclusion is driven by collaboration
The idea of digital inclusiveness is also a theme at MWC 2023, with UK innovators at the forefront of collaboration and making a positive impact.
technology partnership (TTP) is a UK-based company that works with clients and partners across a wide range of sectors, including telecommunications and space, to deliver science-driven innovation. TTP’s current focus is on 5G Non-Terrestrial Networks (NTNs), helping to integrate satellite and terrestrial components to improve connectivity and extend reach for service providers in both IoT and broadband communications. . Adrian Hiller, next-generation market leader at TTP, said the company “fundamentally believes in the power and importance of connecting people with different mindsets and experiences to foster innovation… And the fusion of differences in experience produces better ideas and greater success.”
black diceis a UK innovator developing AI-driven cybersecurity solutions, based on the principles of collaboration and diversity of ideas.with big data predicted BlackDice COO Sarah Hague says the company is committed to diversity to drive progress to reach a value of £412 billion by 2028. Threats are constantly evolving and having a diverse team with different perspectives and experiences is essential. BlackDice’s enterprise-grade cyber technology promises to make a big impact at MWC 2023 by making its innovations accessible to customers of all sizes.
A combination of small and large innovations is important for a more digital world. atcorewas recently awarded a grant to accelerate radio access network (RAN) intelligence, joining mobile giants Ericsson and Samsung to improve the security of UK mobile networks. In 2022, the UK government announced a partnership with South Korea to increase R&D on open RAN networks and diversify the UK’s telecommunications R&D strategy. 5G networks will add an estimated £173 billion to UK GDP. added to the UK economy By 2030.
Scaling MWC and UK technology
Mobile World Congress is also a great opportunity for big ideas to reach a wider audience.of British Space Agency It will join this year following the announcement of £50m funding for a satellite communications project. The grant is from the European Space Agency’s Advanced Research Program for Telecommunications Systems. UK Science Minister George Freeman said in announcing the deal, “We are committed to investing in a world-class satellite technology sector. It promotes both resilience.” According to the UK’s satellite communications industry, he contributes £10.4 billion to the economy and the global market is expected to grow to $80.83 billion by 2026. Global Satellite Communications Market Report 2022.
“DBT acts as a bridge between research and trade. It helps us scale our ideas internationally,” concludes Short. “Demonstrating our technology at MWC is a way to prove innovation, scale, and ask where else we can collaborate and share digital ideas.”
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