The 5G Infrastructure Public Private Partnership: the next generation of communication networks and services

March 1, 2016

5G will provide disruptive capabilities as described below, which will be an economy booster by fostering new ways to organize the business sector of service providers, as well as fostering new business models supported by advanced ICT. In addition, 5G should pave the way for a larger number of partnerships and Business to Business to Customers (B2B2C) business models through APIs deployed at different levels (assets, connectivity, enablers). The 5G architecture and technology will allow using only the necessary network functions and resources for each specific service (e.g. some M2M devices may not need mobility), as well as sharing infrastructure and spectrum costs in a flexible way between a rich ecosystem of service providers.

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Pepper IoT is a Kansas City-based start-up company focused on the Internet of Things revolution. Pepper IoT offers an operating system and service delivery platform that empowers enterprises to deploy sophisticated IoT solutions. The introduction of billions of new connected devices (and other “things”) requires a new user-experience paradigm – one that enables both consumers and enterprises the ability to effectively manage, control, and engage with their increasingly connected worlds. Pepper IoT solves the problems associated with this increased complexity through the combination of user operating system and service delivery platform.

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