Operators must seize on the flexibility and new services of 5G if they are to make the most of this emerging technology
From infrastructure to new services, 5G is a whole new ball game for operators. Enterprise services will present the greatest opportunity in a way never before possible in the 4G era, but to take advantage of that operators will need to harness expertise in architecture and in market transition. Cisco, with its broad portfolio and celebrated expertise, has proven time and time again it is able to provide unique value in 5G, from security to claudication.
“5G is a key opportunity to regain profitability,” explains Kishen Mangat, VP/GM, Mobility & Automation at Cisco.
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