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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: Setting off the 5G Advanced evolution with 3GPP Release 18

 In early December, 3GPP has reached a consensus on the scope of 5G NR Release 18. This is a significant milestone marking the beginning of 5G Advanced — the second wave of wireless innovations that will fulfill the 5G vision. Release 18 will build on...

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...

Making the business case for 5G mmWave

Bell Labs Consulting sees short-term return and revenue increase from 5G mmWave network services With deployment ongoing or planned in major global markets, 5G mmWave investment is positioned to ramp up in public and private mobile networks, as well as to support fixed wireless access...

Bell Labs Consulting Webinar: The business imperatives of 5G mmWave-A techno-economic evaluation of business attractiveness, revenue potential, and cost-effectiveness

There is considerable pressure on telecom operators to return their shareholder's value, particularly considering 5G investments. Most 5G networks have been commercially rolled out or planned using sub-6 GHz spectrum. Complementary to 5G Sub-6 GHz networks, 5G mmWave, promises to deliver multiple Gigabit data rates to the end-users and can...

Bell Labs Consulting Webinar: The business imperatives of 5G mmWave-A techno-economic evaluation of business attractiveness, revenue potential, and cost-effectiveness

There is considerable pressure on telecom operators to return their shareholder's value, particularly considering 5G investments. Most 5G networks have been commercially rolled out or planned using sub-6 GHz spectrum. Complementary to 5G Sub-6 GHz networks, 5G mmWave, promises to deliver multiple Gigabit data rates to the end-users and can...

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...

5G V2X sidelink for robust automotive communication and enhanced network capacity

Intelligent transportation systems provide advanced traffic and transport management that allows for better coordination and communication between all components of the transportation system, from vehicles to traffic lights to pedestrians and roadside infrastructure. Central to this concept is V2X, or vehicle-to-everything, communication. Vehicles that...

5G will power the factories of the future

With 5G already having a big impact on consumers, the next step is to apply the latest generation of cellular and attendant technologies like edge computing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, to high-value vertical industries. Given its critical role in feeding the global supply...

Optimizing 5G mmWave deployments for boundless XR

From creating new types of immersive entertainment and gaming experiences for consumers to changing the dynamics of enterprise collaboration, remote support and more, extended reality (XR) is poised for massive growth as 5G networks continue to proliferate. With incredibly high throughput, massive capacity and...

Qualcomm hones in on mmWave densification and in-building coverage

From creating new types of immersive entertainment and gaming experiences for consumers to changing the dynamics of enterprise collaboration, remote support and more, extended reality (XR) is poised for massive growth as 5G networks continue to proliferate. With incredibly high throughput, massive capacity and...

Qualcomm’s green network research focused on powerful, sustainable 5G

Reducing power consumption has been a priority in the telecommunications industry for years with efforts focused on both devices and base stations. The 3GPP, for instance, has been tackling this issue from the perspective of switching times, or shutting down parts of a network...

Qualcomm VP of Engineering: ‘We’re taking 5G into 5G Advanced…and beyond’

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. is hard at work shaping the future of 5G as public networks continue to expand and improve, and ecosystem stakeholders work to harness 5G to power the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Vice President of Engineering John Smee, in an interview with RCR...

Qualcomm Webinar: Powerhouse connectivity for mobile: advanced Wi-Fi & Bluetooth explained

Wireless connectivity and mobile are inseparable. Mobile gaming, compute productivity, wireless XR are among the many mobile applications that rely heavily on fast, responsive, and reliable wireless connections. In turn, those connections translate directly to perceived quality of a device, alongside processor and RAM....

Advancing 5G for the new decade

Our R&D focus to unlock the next chapter of 5G and the 5G technology demonstrations you can expect to see at Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2021 https://youtu.be/Zp8CuUvMRE0 The past 12 months has seen many challenges, and the mobile ecosystem had to adapt to new working environments...

Qualcomm Webinar Series Part 3: What’s in the future of 5G millimeter wave?

After more than a decade of advanced R&D and ecosystem trials, commercial 5G mmWave service is now available in more than 55 U.S. cities and 160 areas in Japan. Looking forward, we expect 5G mmWave to expand into new geographic regions across the globe,...

Qualcomm Webinar Series Part 2: mmWave: New use cases and insights from real-world deployments

During this presentation, you will hear about new use cases and features involving 5G mmWave, based on field testing that Signals Research Group has done in commercial networks in the United States. Topics explored include mmWave in the enterprise, 4K multi-screen content, fixed wireless access,...

What key technology inventions will drive the 5G expansion?

  It seems like yesterday that I first wrote about the five wireless inventions that defined 5G NR. At the time, 5G was not yet deployed. Today, however, we are in the midst of rapidly expanding 5G’s global footprint. To date, over 70 mobile operators...

Enhancing mobile mmWave technology for expanded capabilities, better efficiencies

Infrastructure buildout costs and device power saving among key KPIs for operators With the 3GPP Release 16 Stage 3 freeze scheduled for June 2020, Qualcomm took to its test networks and system simulations to highlight some of the key 5G mmWave technology enhancements and features...

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...

How can the fabric of a simple dress be part of our 5G vision?

Explore use cases that illustrate how industries transformed by 5G will enrich people’s lives. The excitement for 5G is building and we are seeing great momentum across the industry. Qualcomm Technologies kicked off the charge with our early 5G NR-compliant prototypes in 2016, followed by the...

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...

LTE IoT is starting to connect the massive IoT today, thanks to eMTC and NB-IoT

We are at the dawn of 5G, a unified network envisioned to connect virtually everything around us. And to get there sooner, we are accelerating 5G NR (New Radio) — the global 5G standard — to usher in next-generation mobile broadband experiences for smartphones...

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...

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