Vodafone, one of Germany’s four main mobile operators, has announced the launch of 5G Beam technology in the country.
While the concept of smart cities is still in its infancy, Robert Linsdell, ANZ MD of critical infrastructure firm Vertiv, has warned that it will eventually gain significant traction, and businesses and government need to be prepared for it. Linsdell… Read More ›
The rollout of 5G across Australia and New Zealand will have a ‘massive’ impact on increasing the mobile workforce, according to Hyland Software ANZ country manager Jamie Atherton, who says it will also change the offerings we’ll see from software… Read More ›
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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.
Cradlepoint has announced new NetCloud Solution Packages for branch and mobile networking featuring faster LTE Advanced Category 11 (Cat 11) modems – as part of its ‘pathway to 5G strategy’.
By augmenting fifth generation (5G) mobile networks with next-generation satellite capabilities, satellite operators have a clear opportunity to become key players in the emerging 5G ecosystem, according to UK-based data and analytics firm GlobalData. GlobalData said sluggish speeds, high latency and lower… Read More ›
Huawei has released its 5G-oriented single radio access network, just ahead of the firm’s Global Analyst Summit.
OPPO has unveiled a new research institute which will focus on researching the latest artificial intelligence and 5G mobile technologies and innovation based on the camera phone specialists’ specific users’ needs.
With scores of telecom network technology vendors calling time on the wait for 5G, data and analytics company GlobalData is warning that the full transition to fifth generation, high-speed mobile service will not happen this year.