The world’s first integrated 5G internet of things processors to support four major OS were presented this week at the Embedded World 2023 trade show in Nuremberg, Germany..
During the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Telefónica, Ericsson and Qualcomm plan to launch what they claim to be the first commercial 5G network in the millimeter wave (mmWave) range.
Apple’s been working on its own modem for years, to stop relying on Qualcomm. Bloomberg reports that the transition could start in 2024, adding that Apple is also developing a custom Wi-Fi/BT chip.
Ericsson, French aerospace company Thales, and wireless technology innovator Qualcomm Technologies, plan to launch 5G into space and provide full global coverage through a network of satellites orbiting the Earth.
As part of a new agriculture project, partners 5G RuralDorset and Qualcomm will test mmWave 5G technology for farming solutions, including autonomous vehicles, robots, and big data analytics.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo tweeted an update about the state Apple’s 5G modem situation.
Ericsson, Telstra and Qualcomm Technologies have achieved the highest ever 5G speed – an up-link data speed of almost 1 Gbps. The live demo, conducted on a commercial network in Queensland, Australia, is proof of how far, i.e. fast, the 5G network can go.
The company Qualcomm has officially confirmed the development of technology that will allow for significantly cheaper 5G mobile phones. Namely, the company has officially announced the development of the Snapdragon 480 5G, the latest processor with 5G support.