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Deployment of 5G & Beyond: The Energy Challenge

November 19, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

By addressing multiple aspects of communication performance, like scalability, QoS and tiered response time, the architecture of 5G networks enables new applications, which could not be available with previous generation technologies. Thus, as the deployment of 5G is taking place, the expectations are high, but the situation on the ground is quite different: the energy demands that the new technology brings cause significant limitations in providing the performance that is required to support all the new features (bandwidth, response time and ubiquitous intelligence). Energy infrastructure limitations are at risk to severely curtail the achievable performance, thus affecting ROI and the business case for the proposed applications. Eliminating the “5G Energy Gap” requires a comprehensive focus on energy efficiency at the system level to address the bottlenecks and maximize the viability of the technology across the different use cases. Such effort may not only deliver on the promises, but also lead to a more sustainable and equitable distribution of the services. Co-sponsored by: University of Nevada, Reno Speaker(s): Francesco Carobolante, Room: 326, Bldg: SEM, 1664 N Virginia St, Reno, Nevada, United States, 89557, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/289819

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