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Verizon has rolled out 5G-based edge computing with AWS to Dallas and Miami, taking the total city-count for their combined infrastructure to seven cities in the US. The setup is …

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NEC Corporation has opened a mobility test centre in Japan to develop autonomous driving technologies and intelligent transportation systems. The setup uses a private 5G network running high-speed video analytics …

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Curiosity Lab

Automotive technology company Human Horizons is conducting a smart city project called the Vehicle-Road-City Integrated Smart City in the artificial intelligence hub of the Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park in Shanghai, China. …

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5G networks will only achieve the required reliability and latency for autonomous driving if sufficient edge compute functions are brought close to the roadside and architected correctly. Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications, …

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Qualcomm C-V2X

Test and measurement firm Rohde & Schwarz has validated a new dual-mode DSRC and C-V2X chipset from Autotalks, as the Israeli chip-maker also claims expansion into China. The lack of regulation around …

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5G

  The two companies are working to develop both roadside units and onboard units supporting this technology   Chinese vendor ZTE is strengthening its strategic investments into the transportation and …

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autonomous driving

  Huawei said it has integrated its mobile data center platform into the Audi Q7   Huawei and Audi announced plans to strengthen their cooperation in the field of intelligent …

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Qualcomm C-V2X

Car maker Hyundai has bought a stake in Israeli vehicle-to-everything (V2X) chipset provider Autotalks. The pair will work together to accelerate deployment of “next generation chipsets” for connected cars, the …

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5G

Vehicle trial leveraged sensors, eMBMS, Nokia MEC platform   Finnish vendor Nokia and Japanese communications firm KDDI said they have successfully demonstrated the use of LTE technology in Japan to …

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C-V2X smart cars

The trial will focus on automotive safety, automated driving and traffic efficiency AT&T, Ford, Nokia, and Qualcomm Technologies have announced what it claims to be the first cellular-V2X (C-V2X) trials …

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