Category archives: Networks
One of the biggest questions currently in the telecommunications industry seems to be “what 5G services will carriers roll out first and how will those services be deployed?”
Transport has always been the “middle child” of the network— an essential part of the family that’s often underappreciated and ignored. But as the next wave of mobile communications, with LTE Advanced and 5G, sweeps us forward, it’s time to take notice of the supporting RAN Transport.
CBRS (Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service) is set to take the American mobile market by storm. The concept is simple, yet the impact is colossal – CBRS delivers the ability for operators and non-operators alike to deliver LTE over unlicensed spectrum, launching new business opportunities and ways to provide better network performance.
For tech-savvy fans and consumers, September’s Apple event became another global event for the introduction of a new line up of iPhones and Apple Watches. But for those who listened carefully, they may have noticed Apple’s Worldwide Marketing President, Phil Schiller, bringing a welcome and noteworthy enhancement to the table: the addition of Gigabit class […]
Today 4G connectivity comes at a premium, whereas WiFi is free. But that could all change, and 5G just might be the new WiFi…
Football fans – what a summer we are having! Normally, I am not a big football enthusiast, but the feast we are served in Russia has got me hooked! Such a treat.
We’re getting down to the nitty-gritty of 5G as we move the trials from test beds to a commercial system. As part of this journey, Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, have begun 3GPP-compliant 5G New Radio (NR) multi-vendor interoperability testing on commercial platforms in Qualcomm’s San Diego lab.
I’m not exactly the biggest football fan on the planet, although like many Swedes I will be cheering on my country in the global soccer tournament in Russia, which kicked off on June 14.
Enhanced mobile broadband will be the first large-scale global use case for 5G, a point that President and CEO Börje Ekholm emphasized in his press conference at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona.
Let’s look at five findings from a new report that highlight this 5G consumer business case.