The GSMA predicts that commercial 5G networks will begin to be widely deployed at the start of the next decade and, by 2025, will provide coverage to a third of the world’s population.
Singtel and Ericsson unveil South-East Asia’s first network testbed showcasing the possibilities of 5G technology, but it’s not just about bragging rights.
Sixscape Communications believes it has the technical expertise to tackle the niche cybersecurity space of encryption-backed secure messaging and authentication.
ICT – especially mobility, cloud and broadband – will buck the trend because it plays a crucial role in connecting the world, according to Ericsson senior VP and group CTO Ulf Ewaldsson.
With the perfect storm of 5G, IoT and the cloud, digital disruption is coming to every industry in Malaysia, argues Ericsson senior exec Todd Ashton.
Nokia’s new president for Asia South talks about how the Alcatel-Lucent integration benefits customers; Nokia’s ability to offer cutting-edge 5G technology, and why a multivendor environment is best for operators.
MWC 2016 saw many evolutionary rather than revolutionary devices being launched, but was really marked by much hype over 5G technology, writes Edwin Yapp.
Bergabungnya Alcatel-Lucent melengkapi portofolio Nokia Selain mendorong adopsi 4G, operator siap ujicoba 5G
M1 and Huawei claimed they have successfully achieved 4G peak download speeds of more than 1Gbps, and peak upload speeds in excess of 130Mbps.
5G can be deployed on either low or high frequency bands, with each having its own strengths and weaknesses, says Ericsson’s Asia Pacific CTO.