Telstra, Intel and Ericsson have demonstrated how professional gaming is set to benefit from 5G, showcasing the technology’s ultra-low latency – a feature, the firms said, professional and amateur gamers alike can expect in the future.The content you are trying to access is only available to our members. Sorry.
By Quah Mei Lee, Frost & Sullivan Industry Principal – Telecoms & Payments Strategy There will be 280 million 5G subscriptions in Asia Pacific by 2022, with 5G service revenue reaching US$4.5 billion. Not a READ FULL STORY
Nokia, China Telecom and Intel will demonstrate virtual reality gaming at Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2018, to show how a high-performance cloud with embedded intelligence can enable the delivery of extremely low-latency services to the READ FULL STORY
Remote experts, cord cutting and other game-changing trends are poised to thrive as 5G evolves 5G is one of those ‘buzzwords’ that takes the world by storm, but many wonder what the substance behind the hype READ FULL STORY