Approximately 20 km up in the sky, High-Altitude Platform Stations (HAPS) literally take different forms, but the desired endgame is the same: greater connectivity on the ground.
Verizon Invests in 5G Immersive Experience To Score a Touchdown in Super Bowl 55
In times when COVID-19 prevents fans from attending the Super Bowl, the game will serve as a test of 5G’s video streaming capabilities.
Fully Autonomous Drones Are on the Horizon
According to experts, a day is eventually coming when humans won’t be needed to fly drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) at all.
Operators to Widely Deploy URLLC Services… when Time Is Right
Ironically patience is a virtue with Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communications (URLLC). Providers need time to catch up with demand.
Immersive Reality More than a Mere Pop-Culture Construct
For such an ambitiously futuristic take on what a fully Immersive Reality environment can look like, The Matrix wasn’t even released this century.
Good Cybersecurity Complements AI with a Human Workforce
Two out of three organisations plan to deploy AI for cybersecurity this year according to Capgemini. There are undeniable concerns, though.
CEO Interview: Cybersecurity and the ‘Netflix of 5G’
When data breaches are increasingly common, destructive and costly, ‘trustworthy’ communications and cloud are becoming more significant. Is “secure 5G” start-up Exium feeding on hype or offering something new?
What Will We Do with 6G?
6G visionaries see a hyper-connected world and intuitive human-machine interfaces, but cautious voices warn industry against falling victim to shiny object syndrome.
A Comprehensive Look Forward, Toward 6G Use Cases and Technologies
6G is on the minds of many in the tech community, even in the early phases of 5G deployment. There’s a reason behind that.