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5G core network functionality driven by SDN, NFV

To reap the full benefits of 5G, operators are using SDN, NFV and network slicing to build out core network functionality.

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An introductory overview of 5G network capabilities

In this Q&A, author William Stallings discusses 5G services, such as network slicing and QoS, and other topics covered in his book, '5G Wireless: A Comprehensive Introduction.'

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Test your knowledge in this 5G QoS quiz

In this quiz, test your knowledge of network slicing, QoS, and other technologies and practices related to 5G networking.


BGP vs. OSPF: When to use each protocol

BGP and OSPF are two of the most common routing protocols. While BGP excels with dynamic routing for large networks, OSPF offers more efficient path choice and convergence speed.

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    Beamforming is a type of radio frequency (RF) management in which a wireless signal is directed toward a specific receiving device.

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    File Transfer Access and Management (FTAM)

    File Transfer Access and Management (FTAM) is an OSI application Layer 7 protocol that standardizes how files are accessed and managed in a distributed network file system.

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    What is 6G? Overview of 6G networks & technology

    6G (sixth-generation wireless) is the successor to 5G cellular technology.

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