Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 25 May 2016 6:36 am
Indian carriers are making 4G widely available in the country, and it looks like they're starting to trial next-generation 5G services. Nokia Networks is in discussion with telecom vendors over the feasibility of 5G.
The world is currently rolling out 4G, but already some parties are looking at what 5G could bring to consumers. Samsung has been testing out its own infrastructure for the next generation of wireless and the company has been able to achieve jaw-dropping data transfer speeds using high frequency signal.
Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 16 Jun 2014 8:20 am
The South Korean government announced today that it will collaborate with the EU in developing new technologies, set standards and allocate radio frequencies for next-generation mobile information and communication networks.
Adaptive array transceiver technology to offer several Gbps speeds on very high frequencies
Before most of the world has seen a consistent 4G LTE connection (or even 3G in many places), Samsung is already talking about its research into new 5G technologies. It's a lot of technical speak, but Samsung has developed what it is calling an "adaptive array transceiver technology" to deliver...
Youtube link for mobile viewing This isn't, strictly speaking, Android related. But Best Buy's Super Bowl "How many Gs?" ad -- hell, anything, actually -- is better than that halftime show. Even an ad with the Bieber.
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 31 Aug 2010 7:21 pm
Just like last month, T-Mobile has lit up their HSPA+ network in nine more markets, bringing 4G like speed (21 Mbs) to:BostonErie, Penn.Fresno, Palm Springs and San Diego, Calif.MiamiRichmond, Va.Spokane, Wash.Topeka, Kan.This brings the count up to 55 markets, and over 100 million people covered by the HSPA+ network. While the G2 should make full use of HSPA+ network technology, the Cliq,...