In the face of 5G-related changes, companies are providing end-users with telecommunication services of distinctly higher quality compared to the previous generation. The most noticeable changes are faster transfer speeds and lower latency. However, many processes remain invisible to users, but help operators build and manage the infrastructure, which in turn affects the final price and stability of services. 5G is not just a new radio frequency standard, it’s also a shift from high reliance on hardware towards network function virtualization (NFV).
Sii Poland experts support clients in implementing virtualization solutions, creating modern infrastructure, and applying software-defined networking (SDN), thus enabling them to fully transform to 5G. As a result, operators can not only upgrade and expand their technology stacks but also achieve maximum flexibility in service deployment, increase capital expenditure savings and reduce project implementation time.
More details about the transition to 5G in the telecom sector and Sii’s approach to implementations for telecommunications operators are available in our study. The material answers the following questions:
- What are the major 5G-related changes in the modern telecom industry?
- In what ways does NFV allow operators to move away from dedicated devices?
- How can you benefit from NFV in terms of cost-efficiency and accelerating changes?
- How does Sii support 5G operators in implementing network solutions?
- What are the business advantages of introducing a high-security project facility for 5G networks?
Discover the key benefits of implementing 5G solutions. Read more about how Sii experts support clients in introducing virtualization and what you can gain by cooperating with us.