While 5G is still unfolding and far from being ubiquitous, discussions on 6G technology are already ongoing. With new cellular technologies being introduced approximately every decade, 6G promises to be the newest hype, following 5G, that will take shape in the 2030s.
Imagine a one-stop platform to access all government services – from birth records and tax transactions to updating information on one’s mortgage loans and healthcare benefits; a surveillance system to help emergency operators foresee the need to deploy rescue teams to different locations; or robots that can help recovering stroke patients exercise and remind those with early-stage dementia to take their medication.
The opening blog from Ericsson’s Data Driven Transformation series in partnership with FutureNet World.
“Global, Regional, Digital” is the theme of the 16th Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit, and it is indeed all of these and more. This edition of our global summit will be the largest ever, with high-level international and regional participation gathered in a digital atmosphere.
Intelligent connectivity powered by 5G is a key pillar for advancing industries in a modernized digital economy. True Corporation, a communication conglomerate in Thailand, leverages 5G as an enabler for digital transformation that can best deliver value to both the public and private sectors, as the country navigates its ongoing digital evolution to better lead in the digital economy.
The relentless development of 5G technology has also made technology providers rethink their carbon emission strategies.
Carbon emissions from some digital companies assessed by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) were reported to have increased to 239 million tons in 2020, or equivalent to 0.75% of the emissions worldwide.
The Telecom Review Excellence Awards give industry leaders a chance to celebrate the things they do well, and acknowledge when it all comes together.
Ubiquitous 10 Gbit/s experiences, the number of connected IoT devices reaching hundreds of billions, energy efficiency, and everything around will become intelligently connected, including wearables, intelligent vehicles and robots —these are what will be shaping the 5.5G era.
Four Malaysia mobile operators, namely Celcom, Digi, YTL and TM, have finally sealed agreements to take up 65% of the government-owned 5G agency, Digital Nasional Berhad (DNB), to roll out the country’s 5G services.