The ubiquitous need for bandwidth in our digital world has driven wired and wireless networks to network convergence. Network convergence is defined as the use of multiple communication modes on a single network that offers convenience and flexibility that are not possible with separate infrastructures. Networks are already moving towards delivering high-speed digital data from a data or processing source, through a high bandwidth or “broadband” network, to a wireless distribution point. In particular, wireless networks are experiencing rapid growth. Industry research suggests that Asia Pacific (APAC) is on track to becoming the world’s largest 5G region by 2025, led [...]
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