Artificial Intelligence for 5G Site Selection
In the next few years, mobile network operators might be using artificial intelligence to put the right infrastructure in the right place, according to research conducted by Bain & Company. Wireless infrastructure has an important place within the universe of mobile network infrastructure, which also includes a core switched network for voice calls and text, a packet switched network for mobile data and the public switched telephone network to connect subscribers to the wider telephony network. Wireless infrastructure includes the radio base stations, antennas and their support structures, and cables and optical fiber that connect antennas, base stations and network cores.
According to IBM Cloud Education, at its simplest form, artificial intelligence combines computer science and robust datasets to enable problem solving. It also encompasses machine learning and deep learning, which are frequently mentioned in conjunction with artificial intelligence, IBM’s description reads. These disciplines are composed of AI algorithms that seek to create expert systems that make predictions or classifications based on input data, IBM said.
Bain & Company said it expects 5G to enter the mainstream during the next five years, gaining popularity through accelerated deployment by telecommunications companies, affordable handsets and other major uses for the technology. According to its analysis, the firm expects the adoption of 5G to be faster in its first seven years — 2018 to 2025 — than the adoption of 4G in the seven years following its market debut in 2009.
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