Michael Thelander, president and founder of analyst firm Signals Research Group, said his company has been working closely with clients to measure leadership in the standards process.
According to a new report from Signals Research Group (SRG), a number of items related to work on the 5G non-standalone New Radio specification have been delayed or stopped.
As the global telecommunications industry determines the parameters of its next-generation network of superfast connections, one company is playing an outsize role: China’s Huawei Technologies Co.
Signals Research Group’s Michael Thelander reports significant 5G standards, label work from ongoing 3GPP Plenary in Croatia.
A proposal to accelerate the non-stand-alone (NSA) implementation of 5G New Radio (NR) made it through the 3GPP, paving the way for enabling large-scale trials and deployments based on the specification starting in 2019 instead of 2020.