Delivering Connected Intelligence at the Edge with AI and 5G

Enterprises are using AI in conjunction with network connectivity to automate operations and generate analytical insights that improve products and services. Many are now adding 5G to connect devices to these systems because its high-speed, high-capacity, and ultra-reliable low latency characteristics can enable new use cases for AI or enhance current offerings. Until now, AI …

Five R’s For The Future Of Mobility: Reimagine, Refocus, Reskill, Rebuild, Reuse

The mobility sector in India as well as abroad is witnessing a major change. The change in consumer choices along with the global pandemic has made the players in the sector innovate to survive. The technologies that are crucial to this change are electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles, and connected vehicles. As per a report by …

Beyond eMBB: 5G for enterprise digital transformation

In its current form, 5G is focused on delivering an enhanced mobile broadband experience to consumers. But, in terms of creating new revenue opportunities, operators are looking to enterprise digital transformation to deliver 5G use cases that draw on the full feature set of eMBB, massive IoT, and ultra-reliable low-latency communications. As 5G continues to …

Mobile and Wireless Industry News Headlines Update on July 30, 2021

Immarsat is planning an LEO network, with GEO satellites and 5G. Read more at Immarsat latest news: Inmarsat unveils the communications network of the future Samsung saw profits jump in the second quarter. Read more at Reuters: Samsung Elec sees strong chip demand, mobile recovery as Q2 profit jumps Windstream Enterprise launched digital voice lines, …

Real-time Application and New Service Revenue Opportunities

With one notable exception, commercial 5G networks use a non-standalone architecture wherein new 5G NR radio infrastructure is connected to an Evolved Packet Core that also supports LTE data transmissions. Virtualization of EPC functionality is common but stops short of the cloud-native core network needed for a standalone 5G implementation. With non-standalone 5G, the emphasis …

How 5G Network Could Improve Business: Coverage, Performance, Bandwidth, and Access

The benefits that 5G could provide right now are often overlooked. The hype surrounding future use cases can overshadow the benefits that 5G is already capable of bringing. While these enhancements to current broadband capabilities are perceived as less fundamentally disruptive, they could enable organizations to begin taking advantage of 5G now, helping their businesses …