How ‘mobile-centric’ fibre networks  will make the UK a 5G Leader

A whitepaper in partnership with Mobile World Live

Download ‘How ‘mobile-centric’ fibre networks will make the UK a 5G leader’ Whitepaper

The UK’s mobile network operators face a huge obstacle. They need affordable dark fibre to link cell sites if they’re to keep adding capacity to 4G networks in dense urban areas and to make a start on 5G.

But Dark Fibre is not readily available.

This puts the UK on the back foot compared to many other large economies, where a combination of more favourable regulatory regimes and investment in fibre to the premises make it easier for MNOs to source affordable fibre infrastructure and roll out 5G.

This whitepaper looks at how MNO’s in the UK’s can work with each other and with fixed infrastructure providers and investors to drive change.

Download now to find out:

  • A cost-effective approach to fibre network deployment that meets MNOs’ future network requirements while supporting fixed operators’ full-fibre
  • Why we need ‘mobile-centric’ fibre networks
  • Why operators need to co-invest in fibre networks

Get your copy now

Download ‘How ‘mobile-centric’ fibre will make the UK a 5G leader’ Whitepaper

The UK’s mobile network operators face a huge obstacle. They need affordable dark fibre to link cell sites if they’re to keep adding capacity to 4G networks in dense urban areas and to make a start on 5G.

But Dark Fibre is not readily available.

This puts the UK on the back foot compared to many other large economies, where a combination of more favourable regulatory regimes and investment in fibre to the premises make it easier for MNOs to source affordable fibre infrastructure and roll out 5G.

This whitepaper looks at how MNO’s in the UK’s can work with each other and with fixed infrastructure providers and investors to drive change. Download to find out:

  • A cost-effective approach to fibre network deployment that meets MNOs’ future network requirements while supporting fixed operators’ full-fibre
  • Why we need Mobile-Centric fibre networks
  • Why operators need to co-invest in fibre networks

Get your copy now