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5G radio access – capabilities and technologies

by Ericsson

The capabilities of 5G wireless access must extend far beyond previous generations of mobile communication. Examples of these capabilities include very high data rates, very low latency, ultra-high reliability, energy efficiency and extreme device densities, and will be realized by the development of LTE in combination with new radio-access technologies. Key technology components include extension to higher frequency bands, access/backhaul integration, device-to-device communication, flexible duplex, flexible spectrum usage, multi-antenna transmission, ultra-lean design, and user/control separation.
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Mobile Device Management

by Michelle Sellers

Mobile device management is an important topic for companies considering the use of a mobile device policy.  There are several vulnerabilities that can be caused from outside sources, not to mention vulnerabilities that come from the inside. McAfee, a leader in antivirus is reporting that the top cyber threats for 2014 are attacks on mobile devices (Gormisky, n.d.). A mobile device that has been attacked can compromise corporate data. Companies need to do the research involved in securing mobile devices before accepting the possibility of “bring your own device” to the workplace.

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