Almost ready for 5G

Suppliers and manufacturers are almost ready for 5G

5G is in the works for years. Here are some of the most important signs that the 5G year is ready for launch.

Just last January, il 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) He has released the first version of the 5G Standard.

This was an important milestone for the new communications technology as it offers designers and telecom operators to prepare for future devices and networks.

It's only been a little over a month, but already 5G is starting to appear in the designer repertoire of devices and is used for demonstration purposes to impress everyone. Here are some examples that demonstrate that we will see the adoption of 5G year.

5G Virtual Reality Streaming Superbowl at LII

As a demonstration of technology and marketing opportunities, Verizon Wireless has used the Superbowl to test its 5G network.

In the first test, two football players, Matt Forte e Jamal Adams, They wore glasses virtual reality while performing exercises. The cameras on their helmets broadcast video footage on a 5G network, then they returned to their glasses: the point was to show that the latency on the network is so negligible that athletes can still perform at full capacity and not be hampered.

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The second test was the virtual reality streaming of the game from the users in the crowd and engineers in New York City. You can access instant replays and display stereoscopic 180 degrees, showing that the network is capable of transmitting high-bandwidth wide images and high resolution near-real time.

Qualcomm Snapdragon X24

Qualcomm expects the devices loaded with Snapdragon X24 will be released by the end of 2018. The X24 is the first chip 7nm available in the product line LTE category 20. The chip is expected to reach download speeds of up to 2.0 Gbps.

This is seen as more an advancement in 4G capabilities, working towards 5G. Since the carrier will still be unable to provide coverage in the near future 5G, this is more like a slow approach

Intel wants to bring the Olympics to 5G 2020

Similarly public stunts Verizon Wireless, Intel is already working on plans to bring 5G connectivity to Olympics 2020 a Tokyo. The plans include the provision of live streaming at resolutions of virtual reality 8 And K 360 degrees, 4K movies drone and live streaming of vehicles.

by 2020, 5G should already be standard more regularly adopted by both the carrier and producers of devices, but already have plans on paper means that there is a concrete objective about what will happen.

Intel presented a show of drones at the Winter Olympics 2018 (each light a drone) and it plans to have an even bigger presence at the Olympics 2020.

Huawei announces the chip 5G

The Huawei announced the chip Balong 5G01 at the Mobile World Congress in Spain just last week. This is one of the first steps the company to incorporate in its 5G devices, with an investment of 600 million dollars for the inevitable use of 5G of IoT, autonomous driving car and mobile networks.

The chip will be able to download faster 2.3Gbps and the company plan to partner with over 30 telecom operators to implement the chip in devices. It is assumed that the first generation of chips will be used in mobile hotspot.

The new chipset Huawei 5G was announced at Mobile World Congress.

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