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Qualcomm, Bosch Rexroth make industrial 5G real

In a Robert Bosch Elektronik factory in Salzgitter, Germany, an automated robotic arm and assisted guided vehicle (AGV) are utilizing some of the most advanced 5G Standalone features for industry: Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN), precise positioning and Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communications (URLLC).  Qualcomm and Bosch have...

Qualcomm Webinar: How Wi-Fi 7 unlocks the 10 Gbps Wi-Fi era worldwide

Wi-Fi 7 is on the way, bringing huge new capabilities that build on Wi-Fi 6 and 6E. The addition of Multi-Link operation and 320MHz channel support, to name a few, will usher in a new era of high performance wireless connectivity. As a global...

Qualcomm Webinar: Bringing AI research to wireless communication and sensing

AI for wireless is already here, with applications in areas such as mobility management, sensing and localization, smart signaling and interference management. Recently, Qualcomm Technologies has prototyped the AI-enabled air interface and launched the Qualcomm 5G AI Suite. These developments are possible thanks to...

5 key technology inventions in 5G NR Release 17

Qualcomm’s leading role in driving advanced wireless technologies into the 3GPP global 5G standards I first wrote about the five Qualcomm wireless inventions that defined the 5G NR Release 15 foundation in 2016, and it was a time when 5G was only a vision. With...

What’s the role of artificial intelligence in the future of 5G and beyond?

We envision a world where virtually all devices are much more intelligent, simplifying and enriching our daily lives. Today, artificial intelligence (AI) is delivering enhanced experiences and new capabilities to our society in more ways than ever. AI not only provides the ability for...

Demonstrating advanced 5G innovations (Sponsored)

Our latest 5G technology demonstrations for Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2021 This year, Mobile World Congress is taking place virtually and in Barcelona, Spain. Undoubtedly, it is one of the most important events of the year for the entire mobile industry. To showcase the progress...

What’s in the future of 5G millimeter wave?

Five key 5G NR technologies to enhance millimeter wave (mmWave) system performance and deployment efficiency in 3GPP Release 16 and beyond Since I wrote about how we solved the impossible challenge of mobilizing mmWave in 2019, the mobile ecosystem has made tremendous progress commercializing 5G...

5G C-V2X poised to make roads safer

  Regulators and automotive OEMs embracing C-V2X for vehicular connectivity We’re all familiar with the futuristic vision of highways filled with vehicles driving themselves while passengers, fully confident in the technological abilities of connected vehicular systems, catch up on emails or finish watching their favorite television...

Looking beyond eMBB to the future of 5G

  Self-driving cars, autonomous manufacturing and immersive mobile XR are all on the 5G horizon 5G networks are commercially available in dozens of countries around the globe and consumer adoption of compatible handsets is set to spike in 2020 as coverage scales and services like cloud...

Live from San Diego, 3GPP sets out to expand 5G into new industries

  The quarterly 3GPP RAN Plenary Meeting in San Diego, California, marks two important milestones that will take us another step closer to our vision for 5G— a unifying connectivity fabric that will expand the reach of mobile to new services, deployments, and spectrum types: The...

Five wireless inventions that define 5G NR — the global 5G standard

Five wireless inventions that define 5G NR — the global 5G standard   I have seen many changes and amazing innovations in wireless technology, but nothing quite compares to the fundamental shift happening right now with 5G. Over the last several years, I’ve been leading a...

Making 5G NR mmWave a reality for 2019 smartphones

  Every once in a long while, a new technology comes along that redefines the boundaries and assumptions that came before it. While it is still being extensively tested, 5G NR mmWave is emerging as a key technology that could define the next big moment...

An interview with Dean Brenner of Qualcomm on 5G spectrum in China

5G is truly a global phenomenon, and 5G NR – the global 5G standard – is being designed to support all spectrum types and bands for global deployments starting in 2019. We recently sat down with Dean Brenner, SVP of  Spectrum Strategy & Tech...

How Gigabit LTE phones can give you the fastest data speeds available

Snapdragon X16 LTE modem powered mobile devices — including the Sony XZ Premium, the HTC U11, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, and Motorola Z2 Force Edition — can maximize your connectivity It’s been an exciting few days in the Gigabit LTE world, with the...

Discussing 5G spectrum on Capitol Hill

Along with my colleague Alice Tornquist, I was on Capitol Hill in July speaking at an event sponsored by the Congressional Spectrum Caucus, a bipartisan group established in 2014 by Congressman Brett Guthrie (R-KY) and Congresswoman Doris Matsui (D-CA) to educate their colleagues about...

Keeping it Local: Enterprises Secure IoT Data with Private LTE Networks

LTE is the gold standard of connectivity, but many enterprises do not consider it an option when planning private networks to connect equipment to the internet. That’s a mistake, according to Qualcomm Technologies VP of business development Neville Meijers. Meijers said enterprises should consider...

License Assisted Access (LAA) puts gigabit LTE in reach for 90% of global operators

Combine carrier aggregation, 4x4 MIMO, 256-QAM, and LAA to provide a gigabit LTE experience for users, while increasing network efficiency As the standards and testing work around 5G continues, some of the foundational technologies are being deployed by operators today to provide a gigabit LTE...

Qualcomm Webinar: The essential role of Gigabit LTE and LTE Advanced Pro in a 5G World

With 5G NR trials and deployments on the near horizon, one may suspect that advancements in LTE networks are slowing down…that LTE innovations are running out of steam. Quite the contrary! In 2017, LTE networks will take a major leap forward in capability and...

Qualcomm announces first gigabit LTE device and network on path to 5G

Qualcomm, Telstra, Ericsson and Netgear announce world’s first gigabit class LTE device and gigabit-ready network HONG KONG — At the 4G/5G Summit today, Qualcomm announced it has worked with Telstra, Ericsson and Netgear on the world’s first gigabit LTE mobile device, the Netgear MR1100 router, and...

Qualcomm confident mobile will drive IoT

IoT is happening, and it is being driven by mobile HONG KONG – Qualcomm hasn’t been shy about sharing its aggressive approach in helping enable the "internet of things." In fact, IoT, alongside processors, networks and devices, was a major focus of discussion at this year’s Qualcomm...

Meet Qualcomm’s first 5G modem, the Snapdragon X50

HONG KONG — Qualcomm today announced it is taking a learn-by-doing approach in developing a 5G modem, the Qualcomm Snapdragon X50. It is designed to support equipment manufacturers that are building the next generation of cellular devices, as well as operators with early 5G...

Qualcomm announces new 600 and 400 series Snapdragon processors

HONG KONG — Qualcomm today introduced three new Snapdragon processors aimed at supporting enhanced user experiences and connectivity for high and mid tier mobile devices. The Snapdragon 653, 626 and 427 processors are designed to deliver higher levels of processing performance than their predecessors, the 652,...

Qualcomm LTE CAT M1 IoT modem receives strong adoption from OEMs

HONG KONG — Qualcomm announced today strong ecosystem adoption from industry OEMs for its MDM9206 LTE internet of things (IoT) modem. The IoT modem, announced last year, is a connectivity solution for applications such as battery-powered sensors, and features a design for IoT that Qualcomm claims to...

Qualcomm’s new camera platforms enable virtual reality, IoT

HONG KONG — Qualcomm announced it will support a new generation of video and imaging devices at its 4G/5G Summit. The Qualcomm Snapdragon connected camera portfolio includes a suite of camera platforms featuring hardware and software capabilities for on-camera deep learning and video analytics,...

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