5G the fifth generation of cellular communication promises to deliver new solutions and user experiences for consumers and industry alike. Is the hype to be believed, do we have the infrastructure needed to deliver this new utopian of a high bandwidth low latency network to the masses, or is there still a lot of work to be done?
What we can say is that 5G certainly has the potential to change the landscape for immersive consumer experience and could dynamically change many industrial and service sectors, from manufacturing through to medical, policing and welfare. Within this hub, we hope to explore and discuss the 5G journey with you.
Latest Activity Stream
Thanks to DesignSpark for sharing the report, and also Digital Catapult for a really informative Made in 5G event yesterday.
> 4G towers are non-directional
Please re-evaluate your knowledge. When we were developing HSDAP (pre-3G) towers already used sector antennas and single base station (eNodeB) supported 6...
In this special edition of Ask the Expert, DesignSpark discusses 5G technology with Mikael Edhlom from IBM. Mikael is an IBM Business Development Executive with a particular focus on Network Equipment Providers.
What innovations will 5G deliver, how will it shape the global economy and transform business?
Driven by the dual driving of 5G technology and demand, the market demand for electronic components is growing rapidly, and the speed of replacement of electronic components is increasing.
The 5G journey has begun, but what are the key technologies that will underpin 5G and how will we achieve the network performance required by the increased industrial demands for mobile bandwidth.
The 5G roll-out has begun, but what challenges lie ahead, is the path to profitability clear, how will the regulatory landscape look and what are market opportunities?
Shakespeare is not the first thing that springs to mind when talking about 5G. But for Sarah Ellis, it represents an opportunity to experience Shakespeare as never before. Touching on this George Tsirtsis of Qualcomm explores extended reality with 5G
5G is set to bring great change to our mobile communication experience with faster download speeds and low latency. But why are many different industries getting so excited by the next generation of cellular?
TE Connectivity discusses 5G and high-speed communication with Patrick Manual at DesignCon 2019.
The wireless 5G revolution will ultimately be tethered to a fibre optic wired infrastructure.
e.GO, an electric micro-car company from Germany, has joined forces with Ericsson and Vodafone to launch 5G-powered manufacturing at their factory in Aachen.
Digital Catapult has launched research into the impact of 5G on the UK’s manufacturing sector, uncovering the potential of 5G technology for industry and setting out recommendations for 5G to tackle connectivity challenges.