Find all the latest news and buzzwords from 5G innovations that are primed to connect the world in ways thought impossible just a few years ago.
5G, the next generation cellular network, is expected to revolutionise entire industries when it is finally launched in 2020. As early as now, businesses are starting to prepare themselves for its arrival and many are taking huge steps to ensure that the technology will work to their advantage.
Of all the industries that are expected to be impacted, few stand to be revolutionised more than the telecom industry. In the past few years alone, millions of smartphones, tablets and personal computers have been sold, forcing businesses to up their wireless systems and the standards they follow. In addition, it is expected that by 2020, there would be 26 billion connected devices, which will eventually rely on 5G networks to properly function.
To address the growing need for more reliable and low-latency mobile connection, it is important for players in the telecom industry to start expanding their existing infrastructure in order to offer higher speeds, better storage services, and millions of more connections on a yearly basis.
Some companies are in the process of laying foundations for the development of fixed wireless networks using the earliest available 5G technology. While these efforts may seem to be small for now, they will bring us a few steps closer to fewer delays and extraordinarily faster data delivery.
The University of Glasgow is bidding to become home to the UK’s second 5G technology demonstrator.
The most exciting thing about 5G isn’t about faster download speeds; it’s the whole new world of innovation and connection that it will enable.
Worcestershire has been chosen as the site for the national test programme for the 5G network.
The government of India has set up a high-level forum to determine what it takes to bring 5G in the country and make sure that it is rolled by 2020.
Intel has announced its platform will be the first to support upcoming 5G standards.
Verizon, Qualcomm, and Ericsson hit a record 1.07Gbps download rate with LTE hardware.
The Met Office hopes to map the UK’s microweather better with the rollout of the 5G network.
Mobile phone operators say major reforms to Britain’s planning system is needed in order for them to erect 500,000 masts to launch 5G network.
Nokia to implement early 5G specifications in an attempt to be at the forefront of the technology’s evolution and expansion.
Mobile operator Three begins a multi-billion network overhaul in preparation for the introduction of 5G technology.
While it is true that 5G is a game-changer for many industries, not everything said about it is factual.
5G is the next generation mobile network that is expected to change the world as we know it by dramatically increasing the data speed.
5G present mobile operators with a huge opportunity as well as increased competition from other new players from different industries.
Bristol University, King’s College London and the University of Surrey team up to develop a world-class 5G technology test network.
5G Beamforming is the process of transmitting data through advanced signal processing and targeted beams to speed up data rates and boost bandwidth.
Upgrading USA wireless networks to 5G technology is America’s most important infrastructure project.
5G combines cutting-edge network technology and the latest research to offer an average download speed of 1GPbs and less than 10 ms latency.
£16m for UK 5G trials - superfast 5G technology promised by chancellor Philip Hammond in the Spring Budget.
In a keynote address at Mobile World Congress Shanghai, industry leaders were urged to work with regulators to make 5G and the future a reality
Experts weigh in on how 5G is going to change the way consumers and businesses use the internet in the next five years.
Vodafone has started rolling out a mobile network technology that has been described as one of the building blocks of 5G.
5G, about 10 times faster than 4G LTE, will revolutionise the Internet of Things (IoT) landscape, experts have claimed.
Technology giant Ericsson predicts that 2020 will be the year when 5G will launch into healthcare.
With faster speeds, lower latency and more reliable connectivity, we take a look at what the next generation of wireless communications could mean.
5G has been designed to handle more data, connect more devices, and bring new levels of reliability.
Irish operators currently rolling out ‘4G Plus’ that delivers speeds of over 100Mbs on existing devices like iPhones.
Intel believes that 5G wireless networking will be like the 'oxygen' for self-driving cars.
5G is expected to be slowly rolled out worldwide over the course of the next five years.
Norwegian regulator wants domestic control of mobile networks.
5G technology could be used in bandages to monitor wounds, scientists have revealed.
With 5G’s lightning-fast downloads, Internet surfers are unlikely to be stressed out.