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Integrating 5G and AI at the ‘connected intelligent edge’

Qualcomm CEO: “With 5G, we’re truly moving towards a world where everyone and everything can be intelligently connected”  SAN DIEGO--Qualcomm is on a mission to leverage its core expertise in connectivity, cameras, audio, graphics, and artificial intelligence (AI) to expand its addressable market to $700...

Google Distributed Cloud Edge ready for general use

Google Distributed Cloud Edge (GDC Edge) is now generally available, along with rack-mount or appliance hardware for the network edge.

Nvidia’s AI-driven future now on display

Nvidia sees itself as a full-stack purveyor of platforms, solutions and technology built around AI. Will developers bite?

The top five benefits AI brings to the telecoms industry and beyond (Reader Forum)

Maximising the potential of artificial intelligence has proven to be a substantial challenge across industries. However, the benefits of overcoming these barriers are too great to ignore. Robotic process automation (RPA) can pave the way for AI integration and make businesses more competitive in...

Nvidia reports record Q4, FY21 revenue on strong data center growth

Nvidia's data center business set Q4 and FY21 records, driven by strong uptake of Nvidia's AI hardware and Ampere chip architecture.

BT opens dedicated telecoms civil engineering robotics lab in the UK

The BT robotics lab emulates three different types of environments in which testing can be carried out: Underground, in-duct and overhead environments BT has opened a dedicated, 5,000+ square-foot telecoms civil engineering robotics test facility at its BT Labs in the U.K. The lab, located in Suffolk,...

M1 to use 5G standalone for security, monitoring applications at Singaporean marina

M1’s 5G standalone network covers nearly 50% of Singapore Singapore’s M1 and its sister company, Keppel Land, have introduced several 5G services at the Keppel Bay Marina, including automated ship analysis and real-time monitoring capabilities. The new services will be offered on M1’s 5G Standalone...

Samsung’s ‘better normal’ includes at-home robots and AI

At CES 2021, Samsung introduced new consumer robot concepts At this year’s virtual CES, Samsung’s President and Head of Research Sabastian Seung made the company’s goal of enhancing the at-home experience very clear. “Our world looks different, and many of you have been faced with...

AIS 5G, robots join the COVID-19 fight in Thailand

Robots will be distributed to 20 hospitals that provide care for COVID-19 patients, said AIS exec Recent numbers reveal that Thailand has reported a total of 2,369 COVID-19 cases and 30 fatalities since January, and while faring better than some, the country is still fighting...

Monetizing 5G (Reader Forum)

After a long period of hype, 5G cellular networking technology is on the cusp of becoming a reality. Major carriers as well as smart phone manufacturers are already advertising their consumer-oriented 5G offerings, and 5G service will be available in several major metropolitan areas...

Report: A winning combo for enterprise and industrial automation

5G network slicing, edge computing and cloud robotics will enable growth of enterprise and industrial automation A new report from analyst firm Mind Commerce revealed that the key to substantial growth for enterprise and industrial automation is a combination of 5G network slicing, edge computing...

Automation shouldn’t necessarily make employees nervous

NEW ORLEANS--Automation, broadly speaking, is meant to replace manual processes with complex systems to collect, analyze and take action on data inputs. This will certainly have major implications for the global workforce but, when we focus more narrowly on network automation, it can be...

Is the US lagging in AI leadership?

China, France, the U.K. and the European Union all have articulated AI strategies Artificial intelligence (AI) is the future. It will be essential in advancements toward autonomous driving, the way we use wireless devices, digital transformation of key industries like manufacturing, and many other use...

3 takeaways from 5G North America (Reader Forum)

  At the recent 5G North America and Big Communications Event in Austin, Texas, the fanfare about 5G was not surprising. However, what continues to surpass expectations is the level of eagerness for it among enterprises, the breadth of potential use cases, and the accelerated...

Analyst Angle: Robotics at CES — not there yet

  The year kicked off, as usual, with the big CES show in Las Vegas. Some of the hot trends on display this year were AI, IoT, and Robotics. And while overall, the progress shown at CES is quite impressive, it seems like most of...

SoftBank focuses on connected robotics with Huawei

The two firms aim to deploy connected robots next year using 5G networks Japanese telecom operator SoftBank and Huawei Wireless X Labs recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in the connected robotics field. Under the terms of the agreement, SoftBank plans to offer automated...

AT&T: Edge computing key to 5G self-driving car, AR/VR use cases

SDN and mobile edge computing 'go hand-in-hand' In addition to increased capacity and lowered latency--as compared to what's offered by LTE and its variants--5G use cases, particularly latency-sensitive applications like self-driving vehicles and augmented and virtual reality, will require dense, distributed network infrastructure. Data center-based...

SoftBank continues to invest in robotics as it expands 5G trials

Japanese technology conglomerate SoftBank is active in a wide range of research, development and testing related to 5G network technologies. And, having recently acquired robotics firm Boston Dynamics, could be well-positioned to leverage 5G for use cases involving advanced robotics. SoftBank operates a mobile service...

Smart factory: Robots make plastic spoon production faster than ever

A smart factory for spoons A company out of Belgium that designs and manufactures food packaging including plastic cups, mugs, plates and cutlery, deSter created a smart factory to cut cycle times, according to a case study provided by IoT-One. Its products are brought to the market as...

Case study: Amazon embraces shipping automation, robotics

Amazon’s automated shipment centers are large-scale examples of the cyber physical systems driving toward Industry 4.0, or the fourth industrial revolution. The leading online marketplace’s “fulfillment centers” already rely on more than 15,000 robots to pick out merchandise for orders. The company also utilizes one...

Sprint considering human-like robots for retail stores

Could customers walking into a Sprint retail store someday be greeted by a robot, or look on as a robot demonstrates how to use a new product? It may sound far-fetched, but a Sprint VP told RCR Wireless News that the carrier is exploring...

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