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.
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