5G Is a Big Deal – But Revolutionary? I Think Not The telecom industry is more exciting than it’s been for years, and 5G is a big reason for that. But the collective aspirations of executives driving this leap in technology have taken things way too far.
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Did Someone Say 5G? 5G was by far the biggest talking point at this year's MWC Barcelona event but Huawei did give it a run for its money.
5G, IoT Security and … Oh, Look, a Dancing Robot! Security should be a hot topic at MWC 2019. But will it?
MWC Barcelona: 5G, Software, and Security With 100,000 Friends We here at SDxCentral are also interested in hearing more about the importance of software, network infrastructure, and security in support of that 5G future.
Why Lenovo’s One to Watch in 2019 The data center server vendor made several smart partnerships around HCI and cloud last year, and now it’s moving into edge and IoT.
5G Competition Is Finally Here (Sort of) AT&T's launch of 5G services this week has taken the level of competition and snipping to a glorious new level showing that we are truly now entering the golden age of 5G.
Will Verizon’s Fixed 5G Wireless Suffer the Same Fate as WiMAX? The operator’s upcoming fixed 5G wireless service launch will likely face some significant challenges in terms of coverage, return on investment, and scalability.
Is Hype the Real 5G Use Case? I lived through the 3G and 4G hype but I don’t remember the breadth of hype being quite as insane as it is for 5G.
Let’s Not Forget European Operators in Open Source Networking Deutsche Telekom joins The Linux Foundation.
How Hans Vestberg Will Change Verizon’s Future By elevating Vestberg to CEO, Verizon is signaling how important the network and the underlying technology is to the future of the operator’s business.
AT&T’s Mixed Messages on 5G Fixed Wireless AT&T executives tout the company’s 5G fixed wireless trial results but cast doubt on the cost effectiveness of deploying the technology. Is the company just protecting its DirecTV business?
Containers Climb the Hype Cycle, as AT&T and Google Attest AT&T, Google, and Microsoft highlighted significant progress for the ecosystem, but an enterprise survey showed most remain on the sidelines of actual deployment.
T-Mobile’s Hookup With Sprint Is Far From Certain It’s now or never for this acquisition. But first T-Mobile must convince regulators that the competitive landscape is growing and that the new company will create jobs, not eliminate them.
How Many vRAN Initiatives Does it Take to Open the Radio Network? From shrinking booths to crowd control workers, here’s the latest from MWC.
Get the Facts on 5G, IoT, and the Network Edge at MWC 2018 GSMA expects attendance at the annual show to surpass 108K.
Memo to President Trump: Let’s Leave Wireless Networks to the Experts Wireless networks aren’t easy, just ask the cable companies.
5G Makes Networking Cool Again at CES 2018 It's surprising how quickly 5G is moving from a nebulous concept to reality.
5G Trials, IoT Demos Will Dominate at 2017 Mobile World Congress More than 101,000 attendees from 160 countries are expected at the conference.
How R&D Helped Fuel Huawei's Rise Huawei says it now has more than 50,000 patents.