Are Asia’s mobile networks ready for next-gen sports viewing?

As more and more people watch sports from their mobile devices, how can service providers ensure viewers will enjoy a high-quality viewing experience over networks that are experiencing extraordinary levels of traffic growth? 5G-ready networks – it’s all in the groundworkMost service providers are faced with a multi-generation reality. Unlike previous generations of mobile technology, 5G demands that service providers place compute and storage resources closer to mobile subscribers to ensure a high quality, low-latency experience. This allows service providers to increase capacity for extremely popular events, like the 100-metre sprint final, while decreasing it to normal levels during other events. Creating a 5G-ready network with comprehensive adaptive functionality requires an evolution of the service providers’ current network environments.

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