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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

Biden government is expected to make the US tech industry mind-blowing again   As 2021 starts, Joe Biden, so far president-elect, will step into the white house as the President of the United States. Biden was very keen on investing and enlarging

Global 5G Coverage to Grow 253% by 2025 and Reach 53% of Population Data presented by Bankr indicates that the 5G technology global coverage will grow by  253.84% in the next five years. By 2025, about 53% of the global population at

The new Snapdragon 888, will power Android Flagships of 2021.   Qualcomm has been a leader in Android phone processors for quite some time. So it is obvious that the expectations from the Snapdragon 888, its latest flagship chip, are high. This top-tier SoC

BT to trial for 5G quantum security in the UK Recently, BT announced teaming up with Cambridge University spin-out Nu-Quantum and other university partners, research & technology organizations (RTOs), and a group of UK-based quantum technology start-ups on a project to