Fibocom Releases “5G Network Slicing Empowering Vertical Industries” White Paper to Unveil the 5G New Value

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5G provides the connection of multiple devices to communicate seamlessly and simultaneously, one of the main technologies behind which is network slicing. As more industries are looking to transform digitally, 5G network slicing is able to support verticals with its efficient slicing and resource allocation techniques. Fibocom’s latest white paper, “5G Network Slicing Empowering Vertical Industries”, provides valuable insights on 5G network slicing and its empowerment for the IoT verticals.

Fibocom’s “5G Network Slicing Empowering Vertical Industries” white paper provides readers with an overall understanding of 5G network slicing. The white paper outlines the current market challenges and introduces the benefits of using 5G network slicing. Furthermore, the paper emphasizes the 5G network slicing vertical application cases, including smart grid, intelligent mining, smart port and HD livestream.

Dan Schieler, SVP of IoT Overseas Sales Dept., Fibocom, commented: “Digital transformation has presented new challenges to various businesses, and Fibocom is willing to bring perfect wireless experience as well as industry insights to everyone. This white paper explains the variety of verticals empowered by 5G network slicing, so readers can better understand what it will mean for their business and build a solid network foundation for digitalization.”

Fibocom’s 5G solutions enable devices to independently and flexibly select network slices to provide personalized services based on different industry needs. Supporting 5G standalone network (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) network architectures, Fibocom’s 5G wireless module series supports the Sub-6GHz and mmwave bands, and is compatible with 5G NR, LTE and WCDMA standards. It eliminates customers’ investment concerns at the initial stage of 5G construction, responding to the commercial demand for rapid landing. Meanwhile, Fibocom 5G modules come with a rich set of interfaces including USB3.1 (3.0), USB2.0, PCIe3.0 (2.0), SPI, SDIO, GPIO, UART, etc. It has been certified by various regional operators, industry associations and local regulation, satisfying different deployment requirements for customers worldwide.

To download the white paper, visit: 5G Network Slicing Empowering Vertical Industries (fibocom.com)

About Fibocom
Fibocom is a leading global provider of wireless communication modules and solutions in the sector of IoT (Internet of Things), as well as the first stock-listed (Stock Code:300638) wireless module provider in China. We provide end-to-end IoT wireless communication solutions for telecom operators, IoT equipment manufacturers, and IoT system integrators. With over two decades’ engagement in M2M and IoT communication technology and extensive expertise, we are capable of independently developing high-performance wireless communication modules including 5G, LTE/LTE-A, NB-IoT/LTE-M, Android Smart, Automotive, WCDMA/HSPA(+), GSM/GPRS, Wi-Fi, GNSS, etc. Besides reliable, convenient, safe and intelligent IoT communication solutions for almost all vertical industries, we are also geared to customize the best and optimal IoT modules and solutions catering to your special requirements.

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