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Future of Satellites in the spectrum of Industry 4.0: Hybrid Satellite-5G solution for Smart City/VANET
How will the technology world look like based on Industry 4.0 Pattern by 2023 – 2025?
Industry 4.0 as the fourth-industrial revolution fundamentals has defined the roadmap to digitization, Smart factories and Smart cities a while ago, the COVID-19 situation proved it correct perfectly. Everyday additional companies government, and cities are willing to move to the world of digitization and migration to 5G networks, the forecasted investment exceeds a trillion dollars, but how does the technology world will look like based on Industry 4.0 Pattern by 2023 – 2025? What are the right directions to pursue? . Industry 4.0 fosters the “Smart City” concept which is undoubtedly its greatest achievement. 5G is considered as the main communication infrastructure to serve this purpose and there are many pieces to complete this puzzle such as AI, Cloud Computing, SDN, NFV, MEC, Machine learning, IIoT and Cognitive computing, but what is the role of satellite communications? In this webinar we will be introducing the state-of-the-art “Hybrid LEO/5G” Technology, which is the only means of communications to make Smart City/VANET possible country-wise and continent-wise.
Join industry experts on May 28, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. to find:
- Industry 4.0 and what does it mean for Satellite communications?
- 5G, IIoT, Cloud computing, SDN, NFV, VANET as Industry 4.0 essence
- Introducing of 5G, Threats and Opportunities over the SATCOM Industry
- New Generation of Satellites – LEO Constellations and their important role
- Smart City-VANET and its requirement to be country/continent-wide
- Hybrid Satellite-5G solution for Smart City/VANET
How Governments Can Use Satellite Connectivity to Bridge the Digital Divide
While more than half of the world’s population now has access to the Internet, billions of people still lack basic connectivity. As 5G deployments start to get underway in urban areas, the pervasive “digital divide” only grows wider. Reducing and ultimately eliminating this chasm is a social and economic imperative everywhere – in developed and developing nations alike – with governments shouldering much of the burden of regulating, funding and implementing universal broadband solutions. Beyond higher density urban areas where terrestrial fixed and wireless technologies are affordable and well established, satellite offers a cost-effective and efficient solution to bridging the digital divide.
This webinar will provide government representatives, telecom service providers and mobile network operators with an overview of proven solutions for universal broadband access in rural and remote areas based upon successful implementations in countries around the world. Participants will learn about the technical, logistical and financial considerations for using satellite to achieve universal service obligations for unserved and underserved populations.
Listen to industry experts in this web seminar to find:
- The problem of the Digital Divide
- Demand drivers
- Rationale for government intervention
- Why and how satellite
- A real-world example and lessons learned
- Additional case studies
5G Revolution Meets Satellite Infrastructure
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Satellite technology plays an important role in reaching the 5G goal of ubiquitous connectivity. Yet crossing the terrestrial-space frontier, where terrestrial- and space-based alternatives play together to ensure continuous service availability, doesn’t come without business and technological challenges.
Join industry experts on Tuesday, March 31, at 2 p.m. ET in this web seminar to find out:
- How satellites fit into the infrastructure layer of the integrated 5G architecture, involving an end-to-end intelligent edge system and distributed cloud platform
- The services that will benefit the most from emerging 5G applications and satellite connectivity, from flying aircraft to hypersonic tracking and radio frequency monitoring
- Key technologies for supporting communications with satellite constellations
Whether you are a satellite and ground system manufacturer or an operator, this web seminar will give you clarity to help you build a broadband constellation ready for 5G.
Virtualization: The Future of Wireless Communications
Transport Virtualization is a necessary, revolutionary next step in wireless communications that will enable users to achieve significant gains in network user interoperability, application and capacity efficiency and general connectivity resiliency. Benefiting from technology advances specifically developed for the cloud computing market, the marriage between CPUs and FPGAs creating High-Performance Computing (HPC) platforms also enables the creation of a framework for real-time continuous processing capabilities to be hosted as applications on common hardware.
Similar to cloud computing being a new paradigm in data processing and storage, and Transport Virtualization is a new paradigm in communications enabling the delivery of data, video and voice over a heterogeneous virtualized transport medium. Analogous to the smartphone industry, instead of separately investing in a calculator, a telephone, a map, a flashlight, a camera, a gaming console, and other purpose-built capabilities, users can instead invest in an infrastructure that delivers all of these capabilities and more.
Transport Virtualization is an open ecosystem that recognizes that no one technologist can invent, develop or create every optimal or desirable capability very much the way smartphone ecosystem developers have recognized that they cannot create every optimal or desirable application for their consumer. Transport Virtualization about “less is more” in terms of physical hardware; and “more is more” in terms of communication applications.
Envistacom is bringing Transport virtualization to the forefront of both government and commercial networks. Enabling these new capabilities will allow users to focus on best employing their networks without the need to focus on choosing the right hardware devices for their networks. Transport Virtualization will ensure that innovation, flexibility and employment of the fastest, most secure and most economical networks may be realized and result in an open and fair ecosystem for the benefit of users and technologists alike.
Plus, listeners will learn:
- Defining Transport Virtualization and why it is important.
- A lack of network and user interoperability (where “standards” don’t apply), application and capacity efficiency, and general connectivity resiliency will hamper robust and truly resilient connectivity in the future.
- Transport Virtualization addresses this problem in a manner that users will desire and technologists can/will accept because it delivers a tangible solution while respecting and protecting Intellectual Property.
- A discussion of how Transport Virtualization will be developed and rolled out and fully utilized for everyone’s benefit.
- Discuss how transport virtualization is the future of communications; discuss where it’s at in its maturity and how Envistacom is making this future a reality.
The Sat/Cell Hybrid Network Can Extend Your Business, Prepare Your Network for 5G
How mobile network operators can extend their reach with backhaul by satellite while preparing for the roll-out of 5G
As operators and governments around the world seek solutions to connect the unconnected, mobile connectivity emerges as the primary opportunity to bridge the digital divide. In fact, worldwide mobile traffic is up 222% in the last five years, representing more than 50% of the global internet traffic. Yet Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) face challenges when they start planning for deployments beyond urban and suburban areas. The challenges include physical access (roads), utility availability (reliable power), security, and backhaul connectivity for the cell site. That’s where satellite plays a critical part of the hybrid solution, making it possible to deploy small foot-print, low power cell sites with high-speed backhaul connectivity extending mobile network reach beyond the limits of terrestrial technology. There will always be places where terrestrial fiber/microwave backhaul is not available and where satellite provides the most cost-effective – if not the only – backhaul connectivity path. Moreover, high availability of the global network demands that there be redundant connectivity paths employing alternate technologies.
This webinar will cover the economic and architectural considerations for deploying cellular backhaul solutions by satellite — not only to reach new markets but also to prepare mobile networks to fulfill the promise of 5G.
During this presentation you will learn:
- What’s keeping MNO’s from extending the mobile network beyond the metro areas?
- How can satellites help solve the connectivity challenge?
- Can satellite be a cost-effective backhaul option?
- How can MNOs prepare for 5G?
- And some use cases from around the world
Building the Cloud-Optimised Satellite Ecosystem with O3b mPOWER
What it Takes to Deliver Cloud Applications Anywhere
As cloud services become more critical, enterprises and government agencies are creating agile, scalable networks to enable the whole organisation to benefit from the cloud. Doing so, however, requires cloud-optimised network services deployed to every site, including to those in under-served and remote areas, where the current generation of satellite services falls short of delivering cloud-grade performance.
What, exactly, are those requirements? How does the space industry help bridge the gap and accelerate cloud adoption for the whole enterprise, or for the entire public sector operation?
During this presentation you will learn:
- The technology and business challenges of connecting under-served markets to the cloud
- Insights into cloud-scale satellite network requirements for telcos, maritime, energy, and government customers
- Key innovations and performance requirements of cloud-scale satellite networks, and end-to-end managed services
- The role of O3b mPOWER in delivering cloud-optimised services anywhere
Capture of Save CapEx & Shift to OpEx with SatCloud Managed Services
Cloud-based teleport services with Bandwidth on Demand and Dynamic SCPC Orchestration, all under a complete OpEx umbrella
SatCloud is SpaceBridge’s latest business & technological breakthrough innovation – a Cloud-Based, Satellite Networks Managed-Services solution for Satellite Network Operators, Backhaulers, and Broadcasters.
- Using cloud-based teleport and centralized management services – with a BoD (Bandwidth on Demand), Dynamic SCPC Orchestration
- Providing it all under a complete OpEx umbrella, buying by the Mbps, true pay-as-you-grow, with instant and carefree operation out of the box
- You provision the site and we take it from there – providing the best possible service and support – using technologies we’ve developed for you
- Full details on SatCloud Managed Services
- SatCloud benefiting markets and segments
- How to simplify the Service Provider operation milestones
- Specifics on SatCloud in action
- How to save capital expenditure & shift to operating expenses – true pay-as-you-grow
Hotspots: Learn How to Connect More Users for Less
Three Keys to Success with Satellite Enabled Community Wi-Fi Hotspots
During this presentation you will learn:
- How to successfully extend lower-cost broadband access to unserved communities quickly
- How to cater to low ARPU customers with options for affordable end-user access that still yield a realistic ARPU to the provider
- How to lower operational costs for backhaul
- How to choose the best target market
- End-to-end network architecture and service model
- Real life examples
Learn how to get Affordable, High Data Rate, Uninterrupted Satellite Connectivity on Government Aircraft
During this presentation you will learn:
- How to achieve the highest data rates possible on a government aircraft for en-route and ISR applications.
- How to achieve these data rates at very affordable rates.
- How the managed network will perform.
- How to save complexity, time and money when using FlexAir.
- Details about the antenna profiles that will perform best on the network.
What is 5G Exactly? What Everyone Needs to Know About Next Generation Wireless Networks
During this webinar, we seek to answer — what exactly is 5G? We’ll start at the beginning and break down the 5G wireless basics. During this presentation you will learn:
- The need-to-know terms, acronyms, standards, and definitions specific to 5G.
- How 5G is different from 3G, 4G and 4G LTE
- The transformation from LTE to 5G
- Key trends for 5G
- A clear outline of 5G standards and critical policy issues
- The important ingredients for 5G success
- An overview of where the global telecommunications industry currently stands in regard to 5G implementation
- A realistic future timeline for 5G market rollout and adoption
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