5G Networks Require Quality of Service

5G networks bring many new technologies and challenges to wired and wireless networks.  Now multiple standards organizations require 5G mobile networks to deliver traffic-based Quality of Service (QoS), which is key to operators recovering the large costs of 5G upgrades, because data traffic is the most profitable part of their business.


In the 5G Networks Require Quality of Service white paper, you will learn about 5G QoS types and requirements such as:

5G Service Types

  • URLLC (Ultra Reliable and Low Latency Communications) service has the most stringent latency and up-time requirements
  • CoMP (Coordinated Multi-Point) service is used to achieve maximum throughput at the UE

5G QoS Requirements

  • Low Latency Network Requirements to assure high volume of data with minimal delay
  • Network Timing Requirements will be key to accurate synchronization
  • Air Interface Latency Requirements are key to deliver very accurate timing to all network elements