Developed in partnership with, The Future of Telecom Engineering white paper explores the evolution of the telecommunications industry and the significant technologies and innovations shaping the industry's future. 

The research examines significant trends, such as the rise of 6G, Wi-Fi 7, artificial intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT), which promise faster and more reliable connectivity while expanding the use of cloud computing in the industry, as well as cybersecurity concerns and the greater emphasis on security and privacy in the design and implementation of telecommunications systems.

Here is a closer look at the emerging trends as explored in this white paper:

  • With the increasing demand for faster and more reliable internet connections, the next-generation technologies, 6G and Wi-Fi 7, promise higher frequencies offering greater speeds, and increased reliability, leading to a more seamless and efficient online experience and new opportunities for telecom firms.
  • AI and IoT have immense potential to revolutionize our lives, from smart homes to autonomous vehicles; the possibilities are endless. This white paper, predicts there will be about 27 billion IoT devices online by 2025, many of which could represent potential new markets for many firms in the industry.
  • As technology continues to advance, new threats to cybersecurity have emerged. One such threat is the potential danger posed by the development and commercialization of quantum technology. As access to this advanced technology grows, telecommunications companies face greater pressure to safeguard their users' sensitive information, a critical component in new product development and acquiring and retaining new customers for many firms going forward.
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