With all the hype around 5G technology, it can be difficult to distinguish between what 5G is now and what it promises to be in the future.
Carriers are confronted with a number of challenges as 5G keeps evolving and maturing, both in terms of deploying and operating new 5G networks as well as managing the link between those new networks and current 4G networks.
It’s nice to dream, but the innovative translation glasses from Google come with their own core challenges. The Verge’s Antonio Di Benedetto and Mitchell Clark investigate.
Switching to a private 5G network is a major step, so bear in mind: which devices need it, whether you use them on the go and require privacy, and whether the Wi-Fi already available meets your needs.
Network slicing is a recurring term in any 5G presentation, but its definition is often quite vague. This article aims to explain what network slicing is, what it is used for, and how it differs from the existing QoS-oriented techniques.
Although 5G has yet to make its mark in most parts of the world, the industry is already working on the next-generation version, called ‘5G Advanced’, with more capabilities. Here’s what we know so far.
Croatia has a very vibrant startup scene, and the recently established umbrella association CRO STARTUP brings together everyone on the market. One of the first tasks of the association is to map the startup scene, so we can finally find out if Croatia has 600 or 6,000 companies in Croatia that belong to the club.
An enthusiastic 14-person team from Split gathered at DotYourSpot will soon launch an application they believe will upgrade the Croatian hospitality industry, both for owners and guests.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a concept that can be understood in many ways. The definition of “strong artificial intelligence” is the capability of a computer to understand and learn an unlimited range of tasks equal to human intelligence, but it currently exists only in science fiction.