IoT depends on the growth of 5G. Find out about 5G limitations and how those could impact the future of IoT.
The Samsung Galaxy A Quantum smartphone is available for preorders and is the world’s first 5G phone with a quantum random number generator (QRNG)>
Sure, 5G is super fast and utilizes low latency, but there are other things to consider beyond that, such as the increased chance of security attacks to IoT.
50% of the CIO Jury declared that they believe 5G will boost IoT. Interestingly, half of the panel doesn’t believe this is the case. So, what sides are the panel taking?
Qualcomm announced two chips which will form the backbone of the 5G revolution, and they aim to get 5G smartphones into the hands of the public in 2020.
Let’s examine the current threat landscape of 5G and whether there is adequate cyber-preparedness due to the advent of new attack vectors.
Millimeter Wave network refers to a new series of communication protocols in the short wavelength range of 1- 10 mm and high frequency 30-300 GHz bands.
5G networks are rolling out around the world. The race is on to see which country will be the first to offer a true “nationwide” network.
Bell, a Canadian telecommunications company, has announced a new development that promises to give Canadian businesses cross-border IoT access.
As an alternative to increasing battery capacity, device manufacturers are trying to develop low-cost, low-power frameworks for 5G. Here are two such strategies.
The jump from 3G to 4G LTE was drastic enough to drive 3G into near-extinction, but will it, too, fall to the technology on the horizon that is 5G?
If you’ve wondered if 5G is the way of the future, you need to look no further than a recent operation performed in China. A brain operation was successfully carried out by a surgeon who controlled his tools over a 5G connection.
The Softbank solar-powered drone is being put through its paces to deliver both 5G and Internet of Things connectivity while in flight.
It’s believed 5G will see commercial use in 2020. Will the extra G mean more developments in the Internet of Things? Or will everything stay the same?