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dlr5288
dlr5288
1/22/2018 10:28:41 AM
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Re: No time like the present
And that doesn’t necessarily mean forgetting everything of the past. But learning to process new advances and bring your old knowledge into the situation.

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batye
batye
1/1/2018 2:15:57 AM
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Re: No time like the present
@dlr5288 I could not agree more I see it as a never endeing learning process... as to survive you must have ability to learn new ways and follow... 

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batye
batye
1/1/2018 2:14:44 AM
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Re: Current Resources
@dcawrey  yes as smaller Co. have ability to do it right way and quckly - to survive but as long as they could afford to do it... 

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dlr5288
dlr5288
12/31/2017 2:27:18 PM
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Re: No time like the present
And it’s also a great learning process. To be able to work with our technology today, like you said, will greatly influence future technology.

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Shaunn
Shaunn
12/28/2017 7:15:33 PM
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No time like the present
Seems to me like Telcos will be able to handle 5G pretty well in the future. Working well with present technology is always a good idea, especially if it helps with future tecnology.

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dcawrey
dcawrey
12/27/2017 1:28:00 PM
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Re: Current Resources
Smaller organizations are indeed more agile. That will aid in this tranformation from older networks to these newer generations. Larger organizations have more complex systems and as such it's much harder to spur change. Agility is key here. 

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elizabethv
elizabethv
12/27/2017 9:19:22 AM
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@freehe - I agree completely. Companies need to be secure in their footing before they work on expanding and bringing in new technologies. Even though 5G sounds enticing and promising, being smart is definitely the way to go. If they roll out with a concept they aren't completely ready for they could end up shooting themselves in the foot, and worse off than they were when they started. 

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freehe
freehe
12/24/2017 8:55:27 PM
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Funny
Mavrakis is hilarious when he said that telcos have no clue about VR and AR. I agree with him in that telco companies should start doing R&D on these technologies if they are considering moving to 5G or even gigabit LTE.

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freehe
freehe
12/24/2017 8:53:12 PM
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It is interesting that Mavrakis stated that telcos need to use what they have now before moving on to new technologies. Open source will provide a lot of new opportunities for companies. It is critical that companies have an adequate infrastructure in place before embarking on 5G.

 

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freehe
freehe
12/24/2017 8:50:58 PM
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Telco Cloud
There will be a lot of challenges to implement telco clouds, 5G and other technologies beyond 2018. Since the market hasn't changed, companies lack adequate skill sets, and standards do not exist in each industry it will be difficult to move forward at a rapid rate. R&D takes time, when will companies realize this?

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