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This article was originally published to the Nokia blog by Jai Thattil on March 18, 2019. Predictably, the topic of 5G cropped up everywhere at Mobile World Congress. During a hectic week in Barcelona, I talked to many people about 5G and came away with the impression that many operators... Read More
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This article was originally published to the Nokia blog by Marc Vancoppenolle on December 10, 2018. We all have heard about the many benefits the Fourth Industrial Revolution will bring: revolutionizing existing industries and creating new ones, delivering a new productivity jump and creating more efficiencies, and by this, giving a boost... Read More
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No longer a pipe dream, the technology for autonomous vehicles is rolling into reality, and while it may seem like it’s all coming fast and furious, the progression to full autonomy will take time. The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) drafted the five distinct “levels” of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems... Read More
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Within the next decade, operators around the world will embark on a massive infrastructure project – moving from fourth to fifth generation mobile networks. To achieve lightning-fast speeds, low latency data transmission and the capacity to simultaneously support a massive number of devices and connections –  carriers need to make... Read More
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This article was originally published to the Nokia blog by Gerald Reddig on February 19, 2019. My last article covered the four elements of 5G security needed to build digital trust. Now, I want to explore why security strategies must be implemented at the outset of 5G planning and before... Read More
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This article was originally published to the Nokia Bell Labs blog by Markus Hofmann on March 25, 2019. There is something missing in the way that many are looking at what’s next for human communication. One may argue that there has always been something missing. Humans, as inherently social beings,... Read More
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When 5G connectivity emerges, it won’t just be mobile devices that benefit, but rather vehicles will be feeling the impact even more. 5G promises to reach peak speeds 20 times faster than current 4G LTE, though that gap could widen as development continues. The additional speed and capacity would allow... Read More
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It’s expected that 5G, the much-discussed upcoming broadband cellular mobile communications standard, will have a big impact once the network rollout is here. The speed and bandwidth of 5G would be such that it could effectively replace home internet connections currently using Wi-Fi. The Consumer Technology Association has reported that... Read More
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5G, or fifth generation mobile telecommunications, will drive a chain reaction of innovation that will transform virtually every industry. The rollout of 5G networks will mean a very different business and communications ecosystem, connecting a vast network of sensors, robots, and autonomous vehicles through sophisticated artificial intelligence (AI) and machine... Read More

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