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Throughout the ‘ask-the-experts’ session at URLLC 2018 in London earlier this month, serialised here across a number of posts, the conversation circled back time and again to 5G use cases. …

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For ultra low latency services, as enabled by incoming 5G technologies, multi-access edge computing (MEC) is a must. It provides the means to reduce latency, by degrees, as the compute …

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“5G will do the boring stuff first”. The low-latency pyrotechnics that will fire the industrial sector into a new gear for the first time will come much later. The version …

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The physics of time-division duplexing in radio communications means 5G could, in certain frequency bands, struggle to achieve the ultra low latencies it promises. Worse, in some markets, regulatory forces …

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UK telecoms provider BT is to underpin the delivery of flood response mechanisms with an ‘internet of things’ (IoT) platform for the Environment Agency in England. BT has been contract …

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Cisco has said its so-called ‘platform-of-platforms’ has been proven as “procurable and replicable,” as Manchester’s ground-breaking CityVerve smart city pilot in the UK gets set to wind up after two …

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UK carriers have paid £1.35 billion ($1.9bn) in the first stage of bidding for new 3.4 GHz radio spectrum, for use with 5G services, including high-bandwidth IoT-based concepts like autonomous …

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The hype surrounding the potentially transformative impact of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) on the telecoms industry is impossible to ignore. AI was the talk of the town …

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See.Sense will provide light sensors for cyclist as part of U.K’s smart city initiative CityVerve U.K. telecom operator BT announced the launch of a new project with See.Sense, a cycling-focused …

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The two companies plan to evaluate technical and commercial feasibility of 5G research. Huawei and U.K. telecommunications provider BT have partnered to carry out joint “5G” research activities. The agreement calls …

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