The same pandemic that has many businesses pausing their 5G deployments may end up proving to them just how much
For 5G to succeed on a mass scale, there must be mutual agreement and trust among the various stakeholders.
Here are some of this year’s CES tech that you might not have heard about, but that are opening up new markets and possibilities for the world to explore.
In a not-too-distant future, cars would not only connect to wireless networks but also communicate with each other on the road.
Nokia’s Head of Portfolio Strategy and Investments, Simon Osborne, joins the Futurithmic podcast to discuss the complexities of wireless security with 5G.
Companies are putting their own IT systems to the test, hoping to spot and fix infosec vulnerabilities before real hackers can do irreparable damage.
The Futurithmic Podcast is hosted by Editor-at-Large, Michael Hainsworth, veteran news reporter and lifelong geek. In the podcast, Michael talks with the most influential people of our time who have or are directly impacting our future. Upcoming guests include Galit Ariel (AR futurist), Jimmy Wales (Wikipedia Founder), and Rory Sutherland (Ogilvy Vice Chairman).
Within the next two years, expect to hear a lot more about or eSIMs, a software-based technology that will eventually replace physical SIM cards.