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What is the world’s ‘most advanced’ shared wireless network? Or what is called so?

What does every user of any technology want? Obviously, to cut costs and boost efficiency. One of applicable tools here is, for sure, the method of transfer the technology to P2P-based platform to enhance productivity. The costs are shared by users in ratio of usage with regards to how scarce the recourse is. Now this type of business models found a wider of activities it can be incorporated in. This is why not long ago telecom operators and facilities provided agreed on conditions of shared wireless network (which is already expected to become the most advanced one) with built-in Multi-Operator Core Network (MOCN) feature compatible with cellular wireless technologies spanning the whole range from 2G to 5G. Some trials previously proved compatibility terms not only within single network generation (5G RAN and 5G cloud core) but also through the whole line of generations. The creator of technology explains in the latest press-release that this network sharing is a “more cost-effective and efficient way for multiple operators to conduct a network rollout”, thus announcing pretty persuasively that a wider application of sharing for telco in foreseeable future is inevitable.

Meanwhile, the process of deploying 5G networks itself tend to be a costly operation for mobile operators if they decide to undertake independently in one of the most competitive markets. Remarkable, main capex groups will include the same constructions and work types for every player, so it generally really makes sense to split these investments and co-use the results of building facilities and communication networks. This finding is surely supported by the trial results which highlight new opportunities to drive operators’ efficiency and cost reduction. 

The key values drivers now are global synergy, sustainable development and reliable connectivity with current business users. Moreover, network sharing is a great way to build sustainable 5G networks by lowering an operator’s carbon footprint while maximizing its investments. Now, when the message is clear and benefits are proved by trials, the idea is simple: any possible measures should be imposed in order to build this integrated system with fair allocation of efforts and clarity in dividing common results!