Ofcom joins GSA to access 5G market, technolgy data

September 10, 2020 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Ofcom joins GSA to access 5G market, technolgy data
Joining peers from Australia, Canada, France, Ireland, Mexico, Singapore and the European Communications Office, the UK’s telecom regulator Ofcom has joined the GSA to gain access to 4G and 5G market data and reports.

The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) has announced that Ofcom, the UK’s telecom regulator, has joined the industry association representing the global 4G and 5G mobile ecosystem as a new GSA Associate. Regulators from across Europe, the Americas and Asia Pacific are now GSA Associates, gaining access to the latest global industry 4G and 5G market data and reports on spectrum, networks, technologies and devices.

Joe Barrett, president of GSA, commented: “As 5G spectrum auctions continue around the world, regulators are keen to learn from the experiences of others in the mobile industry and understand how best to licence their spectrum and deliver the maximum socio-economic benefit. Access to the latest global data on spectrum requirements, auctions and pricing, and equipment availability is a critical part of this.”

5G spectrum is a major focus area for GSA, with the GSA Spectrum Group of over 135 member participants around the world acting as a global advocacy and technical team supporting the harmonisation and assignment of spectrum in a range of frequency bands for 5G; high-band, mid-band and low-band.

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“With spectrum a finite resource, GSA advocates the efficient use of all spectrum bands to deliver a broad range of 5G services, from mobile broadband and fixed wireless access, to smart cities, urban and rural areas, as well as industrial and enterprise applications,” said Stuart Cooke, Chairperson of GSA Spectrum Group. “As the industry association representing the global 4G and 5G mobile ecosystem, we support the technology and service neutral licensing of a sufficient amount of contiguous spectrum for 5G per network, with suitable regulatory conditions, to support the mass market delivery of high bandwidth applications and services.”

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