The operational challenges of urban 5G rollout

No clear pathway to ‘ideal’ infrastructure scenario yet

Read this article to learn:

  • The hold ups caused by 5G economics
  • Where and how infrastructure owners are struggling with power in urban areas
  • How the need for fibre is being addressed
  • Challenges around permitting and regulation

As the buzz around 5G grows and trials of the technology increase across Europe, MNOs, towercos and other neutral host providers are faced with the real challenges of providing the complex and dense infrastructure that will be needed to support the cities of the future. In European markets, where regulation can be set on national,…

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