Blog

FIVE EYES MUST LEAD ON 5G

REP. MIKE GALLAGHER AND TOM TUGENDHAT, MP 5G wireless technology is going to change the world. The challenge for policymakers is to ensure that our nations benefit from 5G’s promise while minimizing its risks. Foremost among these risks is information security. Given the deep security and commercial ties that bind the transatlantic community, Western-aligned countries […]

Continue reading →

Is China leading in 5G network, if so why?

In fact, China is leading the way. Communication technology development is the key part of President Xi’s ‘Made in China’ 2025 Plan, which has made the country a leader in a range of industries. According to a report by accounting firm Deloitte published in recent days, China is leading the way ahead of U.S. in […]

Continue reading →

When China and the rest of the world adopt 5G and the US lags behind with 4G?

New technologies that need ultra high-speed data not feasible with 4G will potentially become reality. “The next generation of wireless tech is more than just a boost for your phone. Think self-driving cars, telemedicine and VR reaching their true potential.” Not just speed: 7 incredible things you can do with 5G “The (Chinese) government controls […]

Continue reading →

Digital transformation and the road to 5G in southern Asia-Pacific

Digital transformation in certain Asia-Pacific markets is already heavily underway particularly in terms of internal systems, products, and services. The digitalization of manufacturing and supply chains is lagging but will be substantially accelerated by the launch of 5G. Over the past decade, Asia-Pacific has transitioned from being the world’s factory to a leading developer of […]

Continue reading →

Reliable energy for all

Graduate student Prosper Nyovanie wants to power off-grid communities worldwide with scalable solar electric systems. Fatima Husain | MIT News correspondent During high school, Prosper Nyovanie had to alter his daily and nightly schedules to accommodate the frequent power outages that swept cities across Zimbabwe. “[Power] would go almost every day — it was almost […]

Continue reading →

Google’s Balloon Internet is Coming to Kenya in 2019

It may be hard to imagine a modern day without the internet, but billions of people around the world still lack connectivity. Sure, the internet has its dregs, trolls and garbage content strewn across the web, but it also offers access to more information than all the world’s libraries. In order to bring the internet […]

Continue reading →

Blasting tiny craters in glass, creating material to miniaturize telecommunication devices: An ultrafast laser-blasted glass doped with rare earth erbium ions to produce a material used in integrated optical circuits

Modern communication systems often employ optical fibers to carry signals across or between devices. The integrated optics in these devices combine more than one function into a single circuit. However, signal transmission requires long optical fibers, which makes it difficult to miniaturize the device. Instead of long optical fibers, scientists have started testing planar waveguides. […]

Continue reading →

The American sage Yogi Berra once quipped:“In theory, there is not a difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is.”

The American sage Yogi Berra once quipped:“In theory, there is not a difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is.” The same is true for strategy, where implementation, assessment, and adaptation are often required. Contact us to see how Plan A2Z Software will make a practical difference with your business.

Continue reading →

Muriel Médard on the world-altering rise of 5G

“The reason 5G is so different is that what exactly it will look like is still up in the air. Everyone agrees the phrase is a bit of a catch-all.” Meg Murphy | School of Engineering | MIT The rise of 5G, or fifth generation, mobile technologies is refashioning the wireless communications and networking industry. […]

Continue reading →

Should LTE provide 5 Mbps speeds, 10 Mbps or something else?

The FCC is opening a new proceeding to investigate the state of telecommunications in America, and as part of that effort the agency will seek comment on how mobile networks should perform across the country. Specifically, the FCC will investigate whether wireless carriers should provide 5 Mbps downloads/1 Mbps uploads, 10 Mbps downloads/3 Mbps uploads, […]

Continue reading →