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HONG KONG–Qualcomm hosted its 4G/5G Summit this week, and announced solutions to increase mobile data speeds and enable the IoT.  The event was highlighted by three major releases: Qualcomm 400 …

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HONG KONG — Qualcomm announced it will support a new generation of video and imaging devices at its 4G/5G Summit. The Qualcomm Snapdragon connected camera portfolio includes a suite of …

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HONG KONG — Qualcomm announced today strong ecosystem adoption from industry OEMs for its MDM9206 LTE internet of things (IoT) modem. The IoT modem, announced last year, is a connectivity solution for …

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HONG KONG — Qualcomm today introduced three new Snapdragon processors aimed at supporting enhanced user experiences and connectivity for high and mid tier mobile devices. The Snapdragon 653, 626 and 427 processors …

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Qualcomm, Telstra, Ericsson and Netgear announce world’s first gigabit class LTE device and gigabit-ready network HONG KONG — At the 4G/5G Summit today, Qualcomm announced it has worked with Telstra, Ericsson …

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HONG KONG — Qualcomm today announced it is taking a learn-by-doing approach in developing a 5G modem, the Qualcomm Snapdragon X50. It is designed to support equipment manufacturers that are …

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Network topology guide for IoT A network topology is how computers, printers and other devices are connected, and describes the layout of wires, devices and routing paths on a network. …

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live 5G field trial

Telia Company and Ericsson reached peak rates of 15 Gbps and a latency below 3 ms in a live 5G field trial in Sweden. Sweden-based Telia Company and Ericsson announced back …

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AT&T

Texas Wireless Summit 2016 announced this year’s event, held on October 16, will feature the first-ever public demonstration of Ericsson and AT&T 5G millimeter wave (mm wave) technology. Millimeter wave is …

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public 5G trial

Vodafone Australia and Nokia clocked speeds of up to 5 Gbps and latency of 3 ms in a live public 5G trial in Sydney. Using 200 MHz of spectrum, Vodafone …

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