In partnership with VIAVI Solutions, ISE is proud to bring you this nine part 5G Bootcamp series. Each month we will publish another three bite size videos covering everything wireless technicians and fiber contractors need to know about 5G from basic terminology and testing standards to the impact 5G will have on everyday life. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back every month to see the newest video or register at to view the whole series.

Articulate and experienced, VIAVI CTO Dr. Sameh Yamany will immerse you in a 5G lab where you’ll learn how to tackle the challenges of 5G deployment and migration. This virtual training series is designed to get anyone who will have a role in 5G planning, deployment or maintenance up to speed.

Presented in nine short clips, it covers these key topics:

Episode 1: 5G Terms

Episode 2: Getting Ready for 5G: Understanding the differences between 4G and 5G network architecture

Episode 3: The Big 5G Opportunity for Contractors and Field Engineers

Episode 4: Impact of 5G on Daily Life

Episode 5: Running, Troubleshooting & Making Money from 5G Networks

Episode 6: How Does 5G Fit with Other Technologies

Episode 7: 5G Standards

Episode 8: Why Should I Test 5G Cabling and Connections?

Episode 9: How Does VIAVI Support 5G Deployment?

Be sure to bookmark this page to continue viewing 5G Bootcamp or register at to view the whole series.


About Author

Dr. Sameh Yamany, the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of VIAVI Solutions, leads VIAVI’s long-term technology vision, and is responsible for the applied research programs, industry thought leadership, and advanced technology incubations. He also facilitates the technical community within VIAVI Solutions. Prior to joining VIAVI, Dr. Yamany was CEO and President of Trendium™ a wireless monitoring, probing and assurance company acquired by JDSU (now VIAVI). Trendium products were later integrated into the market leading VIAVI NITRO™ Mobile platform. Dr. Yamany’s industry experience also includes his senior executive role at Tektronix Communications where he led the vision and development of the Iris™ wireless and wireline monitoring and troubleshooting suite of applications. Dr. Yamany worked as an assistant professor at Old Dominion University in Virginia and has a Doctorate in computer science and engineering (CSE) from the Speed School of Engineering at University of Louisville, Kentucky, a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science in systems and biomedical engineering from Cairo University, Egypt. In addition, he has authored and co-authored several patents, numerous scientific journal papers, conference and industry related publications, and book chapters on 5G, artificial intelligence, telecommunications, systems, and biomedical engineering.

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