In this 6G Roundup episode: a MoU between the Next G Alliance and 6G-IA, India’s efforts to develop 6G, and investments in photonics tech
Next G Alliance and 6G-IA have signed a Memorandum of Understanding about 6G. Browse the webstory and learn more about the partnership
This article takes a look at some of the expected technology deployments in the course of the next 15 years, which iwill reduce time-to-market for new solutions and improve return on investment (ROI) for telcos. We’ll look at what this means for telcos’ assurance needs in meeting urgent business challenges flexibly, but still ensuring that KPIs and business objectives are met.
In this 6G Roundup episode: The US DoD’s investments in 6G, Finland offering its support to India, and a complex surgery performed with VR
This article, the first of two, explores mindsets and priorities from a small manufacturer’s viewpoint. The second will explore the work going on from the telco perspective, asking to what extent it matches up with current or future enterprise needs, and whether there is anything else necessary to close the gap between the two viewpoints.
Several global companies have committed to quantum solutions already. Does it mean you’ll own a quantum machine anytime soon?
In this episode: UK’s 6G funding, closing the digital gap with 6G, and a new 6G white paper published by Chinese manufacturer Vivo
While companies and researchers try to keep up with the pace of hack attacks and find solutions to protect users, some experts say that people are, at the end of the day, what matters the most in the equation. Rodrigo Jorge, Chief Information Security Officer at Brazilian cybersecurity company Neoway, shared his view on how to create a culture of virtual safe employees.
AR and mixed reality have been here a while, but what will it take for them to really take off? In this guest article, Sara Ghaemi argues that network evolution beyond today’s 5G will be essential for AR to come into its own.