In our latest contribution Lakshmi Kandadai, Director, Palo Alto Networks, outlines the three major challenges for securing 5G.
Bournemouth will join a pioneering movement across the UK that promises to revolutionise the country’s digital economy.
Angus Ward, CEO at BearingPoint//Beyond tells us how the disconnect between communication service providers (CSPs) and business customers threatens lucrative future revenues.
DNS will need to be increasingly automated and operate at greater scale and with greater flexibility
We discuss 5G, consumer data privacy and future predictions with Alan Bentley, President of Global Strategy at Blancco.
Telcos losing ground in early enterprise 5G projects, must act quickly to recover position of influence as world emerges from COVID-19 pandemic.
Company to host inaugural CommScope Digital Forum in place of planned MWC 2020 activities/
What effect will this new 5G technology have on businesses? More specifically, what does this mean for contact centres?
Sarah Mills, Sector Director for Network Operators, SSE Enterprise Telecoms talks about what would have been at MWC 2020.
In our latest contribution, Stephen Krajewski, Vice-President of Marketing at Sigma Systems, considers the role satellites could play in supporting 5G connectivity as the technology becomes more widespread.
With Mobile World Congress a matter of days away, two more tech giants have pulled out of the running, citing increasing fears over the recent outbreak of coronavirus
Huawei hosted its fifth Asia-Pacific Innovation day in Chengdu this week, showcasing a number of innovative applications which work alongside their global push for 5G dominance
As 5G sweeps across the UK, dozens of super-tall phone masts are set to be built to reduce signal blind spots.
5G is certainly going to be better than the current-gen, but when will we get it, and what are the challenges?
Some believe that 5G is one of the biggest technological advancements of the decade. We speak to computer scientist, Reza Ganjavi, who passionately disagrees.
With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chip already implemented in so many smartphones, rumours are circling that the next version, the 865, has integrated 5G modem.
Wi-Fi was revolutionary for homes and offices alike. No need to plug in; full freedom to roam around the house and garden. 4G took that freedom further.
The internet browser tab was a deceptively big innovation. Remember opening another window to multitask? Now you can game from the cloud on the same window.
At April’s Critical Communications Europe event, 3GPP’s Head of MCC Adrian Scrase gave a presentation on communications standards and the roles of 5G and IoT.
It seems like yesterday that we received 4G, right? With 5G’s launch, it’s not just phones that will benefit: AI…