SoftBank has rounded out its Non-Terrestrial Network (NTN) solutions line-up with LEO and GEO satellites to complement its HAPS.
The “European Vision for the 6G Network Ecosystem” white paper paints a portrait of what to expect from the next cellular generation.
Held September 21 – 22 in Washington, D.C., with opportunities for both virtual and in-person engagement, this hybrid event will bring together a diverse group of experts from across government, research, and industry to share and examine perspectives around North America’s evolution beyond 5G.
In this episode of Tech 2030, we’ll explore what new apps are possible if they are integrated as a single system in a network or device
If we try to understand the effect of science in our life, we will notice these are the outcome of using AI and ML applications
“Cloud gaming has become the killer service for 5G,” says Blacknut CEO Olivier Avaro. The company sits in a unique position to discuss the interplay between telecom networks and the gaming industry.
But if you are pinning your hopes on VR as the next revolution in gaming… think again. It’s going to be both more pragmatic and more transformational than you think.
Is there a killer app for XR? According to an expert, we should ask another question: Is there a killer new tech?
While the telecoms sector is generally lauded for helping other industries reduce their carbon footprint, there is a vast opportunity for the sector itself to become more sustainable… and find revenues in it.
“The amount of gold in smartphones is about 350g per ton. A rich gold mine is usually between 4-8g per ton” – Lotfi Belkhir, McMaster University
Other industries are also taking advantage of multi-access edge computing