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Global Tech Outlook has listed the top companies who are at the front line of 5G research and services. Services Ericsson Ericsson is one of the biggest 5G service providers. Their radio system enables migration from existing 4G LTE networks to 5G

Edge and IoT are more than just good partners as they are likely to become increasingly reliant on one another. In the midst of the Internet of Things' massive growth, edge computing aims to solve cloud computing complexities. Edge computing solves

6G: Have we reached 5G maturity? Are we close to there yet?   6G – as the name suggests – is the sixth generation of mobile connectivity. While 6G is touted to be a successor to 5G, some experts believe, it may actually

A 5G-integrated virtual emotion detection system based on AI has been developed by researchers that recognize human emotions using wireless signals and movement patterns Can you think of a world in which machines perceive people's emotional conditions and adjust their actions

Intel and Google Cloud today announced a collaboration to develop telco cloud reference architectures and integrated solutions for communication service providers to accelerate 5G deployment across multiple network and edge locations. The partnership spans three main areas focused on: Accelerating

Wireless networking is one particular field where AI is already showing a tremendous value   Major attention has recently been drawn to the applications of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) innovations in wireless technologies. AI has shown promising signs in

Presently, the blockchain and 5G technology are the most highly debated and hyped on the marketplace.   Blockchains are a collection of blocks connected through cryptography, or rather 'chain'. Each block has transaction data encrypted and therefore can not be changed. This