5G technology

5G is the fifth generation of cellular technology: it is designed to increase speed, reduce latency and improve the flexibility of wireless services. For example 5G has a theoretical peak speed of 20 Gbps, while the peak speed of 4G is only 1 Gbps. 5G also promises lower latency, which can improve the performance of business applications, as well as other digital experiences (such as online gaming, video conferencing and driverless driving systems).

Edge Computing in 2023

Edge Computing is set to revolutionize various sectors with its capability to process data closer to where it’s generated, reducing latency and bandwidth use. Here are several key trends and insights on Edge Computing gathered from multiple sources.

5G to Wirelessly Power IoT Devices

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology discuss an innovative way to harness 5G networks, turning them into ‘a wireless power grid’ to power IoT devices.

4G vs. 5G: A Comprehensive Comparison

Understanding the differences between 4G and 5G can be confusing, but this post breaks it down for you. Learn about the key differences in speed, coverage, latency, capacity, and potential applications of these two generations of mobile network technology.

Fields of Application of 5G

5G is a fifth-generation technology for mobile communication networks that promises very high data rates and reduced latency times. 5G is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of services and applications. Let’s discover together the new application areas enabled by 5G technology.

Edge Computing 101: Questions and Answers

As the demand for real-time data processing continues to surge with the rise of connected devices, edge computing is expected to experience an increasing demand; for those unfamiliar with the technology, the question remains: what is edge computing and how does it work?

Tactile Internet: Bringing Reality Into the Digital World

The Tactile Internet has the potential to dramatically change the way humans live, work and play. Imagine being able to feel the texture of an object while shopping online, or experiencing realistic haptic feedback while playing a virtual reality game.