They are the telecom equivalent of Steve Irwin to a Stingray
While high-speed 5G mobile data networks have already started rolling out in some cities, insecurity experts are concerned that the standard might not be up-to-snuff on security.
5G makes unlimited data affordable
Liam Madden, EVP and GM at Xilinx of the wired and wireless group, painted an excellent picture why 5G will be so successful in solving a data hunger problem.
It will be a battery and base station vampire
The telephone industry is a little concerned that 5G’s orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM), a holdover from 4G, might draw too much power in 5G devices and base stations.
Undercuts Deutsche Telekom
The UK's Vodafone is launching 5G services in Germany, undercutting Deutsche Telekom by offering cheaper deals and reaching more cities.
Gear is selling well
Mobile network gear maker Ericsson said it was on track to meet its financial goals due to strong sales of 5G equipment.
Snapdragon 855 Plus phone comes July 23
The Snapdragon 855 Plus phone era is starting on the July 27th with the launch of the Asus ROG Phone II.
One careful user... one of these and the world is your lobster
Chipzilla is flogging off its IP related to cellular wireless connectivity as the chipmaker looks to unload around 8,500 IP assets from its bulky dossier.
Using instructions that few Americans will understand
The network telephone gear maker from the land which bought you flat-pack furniture and meatballs is planning to build a 5G factory in the US sometime early next year.
Which explains why telcos want it
The telecom industry’s first 5G RAN competitive analysis published by GlobalData has found that Huawei rules the roost.
How socialist of him
US President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump is looking to require next-generation 5G cellular equipment used in the United States to be designed and manufactured outside China.