For Mass 5G Radio Deployments
Xilinx is a rather big player in 5G infrastructure with its very attractive Zynq RFSoC, and today the company announced a new Zynq RFSoC DFE to help accomplish the evolving standard of 5G NR.
5G will damage UK economy – report
A report commissioned by Huawei claims a delay to 5G will cost the United Kingdom £100 billion in economic benefits and particularly take its toll on employment in areas beyond the South East/London bubble over the next 10 years.
Challenges remain says IDTechEx
Fruity cargo cult Apple’s late integration of 5G into all four newly announced iPhones does not mean that the tech is suddenly going to get popular according to IDTechEx.
Higher margins and lots of Chinese work
Telecoms equipment supplier Ericsson is doing better than the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street predicted thanks to higher margins and China’s 5G rollout.
Living on the 5G edge
Verizon is joining forces with software king of the world Microsoft to create new ways for enterprises to accelerate the delivery of fast and secure 5G applications, benefiting from reliable and low-latency connections.
Gustavus Adolphus spins in grave
Swedish regulators have buckled to US pressure and banned the use of telecom equipment from China's Huawei and ZTE in its 5G network ahead of the spectrum auction scheduled for next month.
They are actually effecting the technology spread
The European Union needs to come up with a strategy to counter disinformation about 5G technology a group of 15 countries including Poland and Sweden have warned.
More than a year behind everyone else in the phone industry, the fruity cargo cult Apple has finally invented 5G and installed it in its phones.
Hardware, software and solutions
Chipzilla has announced shedloads of new 5G related products as it chases a $25 billion silicon opportunity by 2023.
It does not spread COVID-19
European Union leaders need to tackle urgently disinformation on 5G technology, which is central to the bloc's economic recovery from COVID-19 and its plans to catch up with the United States and China, a study by telecoms lobby group ETNO showed.