News Appetizers for Thanksgiving

by Chris Chinnock

Yes, it is Thanksgiving tomorrow in the U.S. In thinking about a topic to cover for the day before Thanksgiving, I reviewed some recent news for ideas. Rather than expand on one of the …

Tags:5G| Augmented Reality| MicroLED| Virtual Reality| Vol 24 - Issue 44

CES Unveiled: Get Ready for Las Vegas

by Matthew Brennesholtz

CES Unveiled New York was held by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), owners of CES, on November 9, 2017. It was (mostly) a media-only event with three goals. First, the CTA wanted to let …

Tags:5G| CES 2018| CTA (was CEA)| Sports and Stadiums| Vol 24 - Issue 43

First Public 5G Live Network Use Cases Deployed in Europe

by Andrew Fenn

Telia, in partnership with Ericsson and Intel, has deployed the first two live public use cases of the forthcoming 5G network in Tallinn, Estonia. Intel recently made an announcement on its official website. An …

Tags:5G| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 37

5G To Arrive in 2019 Says Qualcomm

by Bob Raikes

At the recent Frankfurt motor show, Qualcomm CEO, Steven Mllenkopf has forecast that the US, Korea and Japan would start to launch 5G services in 2019, with China not too far behind. The firm’s …

Tags:5G| Mobile Display Monitor| Qualcomm| Vol 24 - Issue 37

05 Qualcomm Looks to 5G

by Bob Raikes

Rajesh Pankesh is head of R&D at Qualcomm, which makes more than 800 million chips per year as the largest fabless chip company. He gave the first of the end of day keynotes. What …

Tags:5G| Large Display Monitor| Leti Days 2017| Mobile Display Monitor| Qualcomm| Smartphones| Vol 24 - Issue 25

AT&T Stages 5G Phase 2 Trial

by Milos Pavlovic

AT&T has launched a second trial, with Ericsson and Intel, of using millimetre wave technology to deliver 5G performance in Austin Texas. The second trial reaches speeds up to 1 gigabit/sec and is intended …

Tags:5G| AT&T| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 24| Wireless

Samsung Finds Some Products to Launch

by Bob Raikes

Samsung held its annual MWC Press Conference to a full house at the event. Normally, it uses the event to launch the next update for the Galaxy smartphones, but after the problems with the …

Tags:360 Degree Cameras| 5G| Mobile Display Monitor| MWC 2017| Samsung| tablets| Vol 24 - Issue 08

Nokia Creates First 5G Connection Using Intel

by Bob Raikes

Nokia said that it has completed a 5G connection in Oulu, Finland using an Intel architecture-based data centre and Intel 5G Mobile Trial Platform as the end-user device. We liked this graphic about the …

Tags:5G| Intel| Mobile Display Monitor| Nokia| Vol 24 - Issue 06

Analyst: 5G TV Could be Important

by Bob Raikes

TV and video delivery is likely to become a core capability of next generation 5G wireless services, concludes a new report from Strategy Analytics. Recent demonstrations have suggested that 5G will support 1Gbps data …

Tags:5G| Broadcast| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 05

Ericsson Trials 5G Streaming With Sprint

by Tom Allen

Ericsson and Sprint worked together to test UltraHD live streaming over a 5G network during the 2016 Copa América Centenario football tournament. The test, at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field football stadium, used 400MHz of …

Tags:4k| 5G| Ericsson| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| North America| Streaming Video| UltraHD| Vol 23 - Issue 23

How Does King Cnut Impact the TV Market?

by Tom Allen

David Crawford, MD of Arqiva, presented a discussion with the interesting title of ‘King Cnut; John Logie Baird; Ken Olsen; Netflix”, where he discussed the lessons that must be learned from other industries. “Where …

Tags:5G| Arqiva| DTG Summit 2016| Large Display Monitor| Netflix| Retail| Vol 23 - Issue 20