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‘Ubiquitous and sophisticated digitalization’: vivo on a framework, technologies for 6G

The 6G white paper was elaborated by vivo Communications Research Institute Chinese tech company vivo has released a white paper in which the firm explores a potential framework and enabling technologies for as-yet-unstandardized 6G systems. Qin Fei, president of vivo Communications Research Institute, said: “At...

How do microservices impact 5G?

On the path to 5G The telecommunications industry is undergoing an evolution in preparation for the commercialization of 5G. The fifth generation of mobile communication networks promise to deliver faster speeds, shorter delays and increased connectivity. To make good on these promises, several network operators...

What are microservices?

A buzzword among coders Microservices is a coding buzzword, which has come to prominence over the last few years. The technology rose to fame as a way to help developers who were having difficulties managing large scale, monolithic applications. While much ink has been spilled...

Semiconductor industry stuck in tech limbo, says Arm fellow

Arm fellow speaks about the limits the semiconductor industry is facing Santa Clara, Cali. – Advances in silicon processing technologies has brought the semiconductor industry into a transitional, intermediate state of limbo. That is at least the view of Arm Fellow Greg Yeric who gave a...

What is Multi-access Edge Computing?

A new network architecture Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) is a new option for network providers challenged to meet consumer demands for improved coverage and greater bandwidth. MEC is a network architecture that enables IT and cloud-computing capabilities at the edge of the cellular network. The main...

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