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private-sector cybersecurity

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailA previous article in this series discussed government efforts for cybersecurity. This article will give a rundown on some of the major standards development organizations (SDOs) in the area of …

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smart cities

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailBy signing the “Montevideo Declaration”, policy makers from around the world made smart cities a core element in reaching the U.N.’s sustainable development goals. With 70 percent of the world …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailStraight to mmWave? Not so fast It is becoming increasingly accepted that mmWave (extremely high frequency), the frequencies in the spectrum between 30 Ghz and 300 Ghz, will define 5G …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail5G network testing There are several major players in the push to make 5G a reality: standards bodies, telecom operators and other organizations and enterprises are all testing aspects of …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail5G: The next generation of mobile The goal is for next generation mobile standards related to “5G” technology to be ready by 2020. That’s the deadline for when the International …

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smart cities

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailAs the United Nations call for public policy to promote ICT innovation in urban areas, the ITU and UNECE  have launched an advocacy platform for smart cities. The International Telecommunication …

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nokia 5G

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailIndustry leaders discuss the importance of involvement in 5G standards process There’s a lot of industry excitement around 5G and associated use cases, but, as it stands, there’s still a …

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nokia 5G

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailAdvanced ‘5G’ use cases will require global interoperability and scalability; International Telecommunication Union is working away on ultimate standard The tactile Internet, autonomous vehicles and smart cities; all these things …

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