Every time someone picks up a 5G smartphone, a superhero springs into action. For Nokia’s Jitin Bhandari, it’s not the ‘faster than a speeding bullet’ radio access network. And it’s not the transport’s ability to leap tall silos in a single bound. It’s the mild mannered 5G core. But the man charged with helping communications service providers build-out the next generation network is a superhero himself, if not to his clients, at least to his kid. Below is a transcript
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