5G Technology

  • Verizon Proclaims To Launch 5G Service In Five Cities

    Verizon is moving closer to releasing its first business 5G commercial, with the company announcing today that it envisions moving 5G out of three to five cities previously one year from now’s finished. The rollout starts with Sacramento, California sometime in the second half of 2018. There isn’t significantly...
  • Swisscom selects Ericsson to build its 5G network

    Swisscom, a major telecommunications provider in Switzerland, picks Sweden’s Ericsson to lead a total digital overhaul of its mobile network to prepare Switzerland for 5G. Ericsson’s full-stack telecoms cloud system will deploy by the Swisscom, in help of its intend to give a gigabit-skilled 4G long term evolution (LTE) network across Switzerland from...
  • Job-stealing robots: A growing concern

    DAVOS, Switzerland: Open markets and global trade have been blamed for job losses over the last decade, but global CEOs say the real culprits are increasingly machines. And while business leaders gathered at the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos relish the productivity gains technology can bring, they...
  • 5G technology Research Fund €560,000 to TCD Team

    A research team based at the Science Foundation Ireland-funded Connect Centre at Trinity College has been awarded €560,000 as part of a €5 million EU project that aims to explore ways of achieving faster wireless internet speeds. The project, involving research groups across the European Union, has been awarded...
  • Faraday Future impressed all the right people at CES2017

    The world got its first look at the Faraday Future FF 91 SUV during a Las Vegas drag race last week. It was a fitting debut for a car that was designed and built in less than two years: It flew off the line in an event building, only...
  • 5G mobile networks speed towards an uncertain future

    When the chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond declared he wanted Britain to become a “world leader in 5G” during his Autumn Statement on the UK economy, he was praised for his ambition by parliamentary colleagues. Yet he was, if anything, late to the party, with the chorus of...