Industry experts urge more 5G collaboration

first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 20 FEB 2020 Tags LIVE FROM HUAWEI PRODUCT AND SOLUTIONS LAUNCH 2020, LONDON: A panel of experts called for more collaboration between telecom companies, start-ups and other industries to develop new use cases for 5G.Sara Shepherd, team manager covering mobile journalism and innovation at BBC News (pictured, far left) argued nothing “groundbreaking” had been developed on the back of 5G so far, but said such outcomes were on the horizon.A key challenge will be to keep costs in check, she said, noting this as a major barrier to adopting the technology.Geraldina Iraheta, director of business development at technology innovation company Digital Catapult (pictured, second from right), explained “you can’t rely on one set of companies” to drive adoption of 5G, with the job involving more than the individual efforts of operators and governments.She claimed advances will come from start-ups developing and showcasing new use cases, but noted such efforts must be supported by established companies who she urged to be “willing to experiment” to “unlock new use cases and see how they can benefit businesses”.“We need more investments into start-ups to develop products and devices. Experiments are deemed risky, but if companies experiment now they can see real benefits early to their businesses”. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Related Home Industry experts urge more 5G collaboration Mobile Mix: Buzzing for Barcelona Manny joined Mobile World Live in September 2019 as a reporter based in London. He has previous experience in telecoms having worked for B2B publication Mobile News for three years where he climbed up to the position of Features Editor…. Read more Asia center_img Manny Pham Author 5GHuaweiIndustry 4.0 Telkomsel turns on 5G in major cities FCC mulls expanded Huawei, ZTE bans Previous ArticleUK operators set for windfall as Ofcom loses fee fightNext ArticleEnabling operators’ path to 5G last_img read more