Amazon Launches New 5G Platform
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has launched AWS Private 5G, the company’s latest service that allows users to get a private network up and running in days!Read More
Adopt 5G Technology or “You’re Going to Be Left Behind” According to Qualcomm CEO
Steven Mollenkopf said at Brainstorm Tech. 5G is one the forefront of the consumer and enterprise spaces and that leaders need to recognize the power of 5G.Read More
Huawei Was Poised to Dominate 5G, Now It’s In Survival Mode
Once a powerhouse in 5G, Huawei Technologies is now in survival mode. The US sanctions imposed against the China-based company have effectively driven it to the ground with no hope in sight. Learn more about Huawei and its fall from grace on 5Ginsider now.Read More
Fujitsu and Xilinx to Help the U.S. With 5G Development
Fujitsu and Xilinx are looking to help the U.S. ramp up 5G deployment to compete with the rest of the world.Read More
DISH Network Successfully Integrated & Validated End-to-End 5G Connections
DISH Network successfully integrated and validated end-to-end 5G connections using the industry’s first O-RAN compliant FDD radio, developed by MTI.Read More
New Data Suggests Lack of 5G iPhones on Market is Why 5G Adoption Has Been Slow
Apple has struggled to launch its first 5G capable iPhone so far this year. In a year rattled by the COVID-19 pandemic, it should come as no surprise that the wireless industry was affected greatly.Read More
Mid-band 5G and the Rise of Fixed Wireless
5G has to offer, but there is much more to this technology than meets the public eye. A large contributor to this will be the rise of fixed wireless capabilities. To make these functions work, companies from a variety of industries are relying on the 5G mid-band spectrum.Read More
North Texas is Developing and Testing 5G Capabilities
The Ericsson Village, home to the U.S. headquarters of the Swedish telecom giant, is one of several campuses connected to its end-to-end 5G network along with its research center, Richardson Labs for analyzing functions and other experiments.Read More
A Breakthrough in Measuring 5G Channels From NIST
Synthetic Aperture Measurements of Uncertainty in Angle of Incidence, or SAMURAI, is a system designed to measure 5G with precise accuracy. Accurate to the point that it can be traced to physical standards. SAMURAI is also small enough to provide a portable instrument for better tests in the field.Read More
5G, Pandemics, and the Future of Smart Venues
How will 5G powered smart venues overcome these new obstacles and produce the experience they were meant to? Time will tell, however, while the future may look different than it did even months ago, it still looks bright. Take a journey to the venue of the future and see how smart venues can adapt and execute to deliver a greater consumer experience thanks to 5G capabilities.Read More
DISH Could Become a Major Player in Fixed Wireless
For years, DISH has been silently positioning itself to not only have 5G capabilities but to enter the world of fixed wireless.Read More
How Will 5G Affect Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality?
How exactly will these technologies become affected by 5G? We are already seeing emerging trends when using 5G for AR and VR technologies. Learn more about how the future of 5G, AR, and VR are all tied together.Read More
Swedish Company, Ericsson Finds 5G Growth Amid Ongoing Pandemic
Ericsson has been faced with a massive uptick in mobile network usage and the company expects 5G services will be […]Read More
Questions Grow Along With Demand for 12 GHz
Organizations are applying pressure on the FCC to open a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM), a public notice focusing on analyzing and answering the questions organizations are presenting to the FCC in the hopes of reaching a different decision about the handling of the 12 GHz band within the United States.Read More
5G operates on a multi-band spectrum, with a peak speed of 20 Gbps and latency of just one millisecond.
5G signals can be blocked by walls and other obstructions. Carriers are working on solutions to allow uninterrupted signals indoors.
Most experts predict that in the early days of 5G, speeds will be more like 1.5 gigabytes per second. Which is still much faster than peak 4G speeds.
Latency is the response time it takes for a network to perform an action. For example, this is the time from which you press your game controller button to when your in-game character reacts.