Category: 5G

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Making the UK a world leader in 5G

43% of the UK is still without 4G; the problem could be significantly worse for 5G unless we act now and amend our approach to telecommunications.

Qualcomm explains why we should be excited about 5G

At the recent Qualcomm 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong we spoke to Enrico Salvatori, President of Europe for Qualcomm, who reflected on the event and some of the reasons everyone should be excited about 5G.

MTS talks 5G in Russia

At the recent Qualcomm 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong we spoke to Kirill Dmitriev, Chief Sales and Service Officer at MTS. He gave us an overview of how 5G is progressing in Russia and what he considers to be the main benefits it will offer.

DT, 5G and the real time economy

At the recent Qualcomm 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong we spoke to Dr Abduradak Mudesir, VP of Vendor Strategy and 5G Technologies at Deutsche Telekom. He told us how DT sees 5G enabling the real time economy and the many other innovations it will bring about over and above just mobile phone applications.

Qualcomm talks Extended Reality

At the recent Qualcomm 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong, Sajith Balraj, Director, Technical Marketing demonstrated some of the features of Boundless XR (Extended Reality), which will use the latest 5G technologies to elevate AR and VR to the next level.

BBWF Cloudstreet Highlights

Network slicing promises to be a panacea, but the biggest hurdles are not technological. The grand ambition of enabling intelligent, adaptive, application-aware networks requires a wholesale operational transformation that will move the carrier from simply selling SIM cards to managing a spectrum of tailored services in an expanding ecosystem as we move to 5G. Cloudstreet founder and CEO Mika Skarp unpacks the challenges an enormous opportunities of this shift.

What does the 5G era mean for the fixed line industry?

At the end of the recent Cable Next Gen Europe event Scott from Telecoms.com and Iain from Light Reading discuss some of the subjects that most interested them from the event. Of particular interest were the implications of 5G to the fixed line industry, including how best to optimise wifi performance and the emergence of 5G fixed wireless access.

O2 bags Midlands driverless gig

O2 has announced a partnership with Wireless Infrastructure Group (WIG) to deliver connectivity for driverless vehicle test bed trials in the West Midlands.

5G – more than just a RAN on steroids

The metamorphosis currently underway in the communications networking industry is unprecedented, and many are worried it will turn a functioning (but flawed) industry into something more frightening.

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