It has been so mature at this point that the whole idea of building something rarely has an incentive of being sold in a single country. If it is the case, then it's typically a legacy issue or a legal issue in that particular country, that requires customization. But all players at this stage have basically the economic incentive to build in a way that allows them to monetize the innovations that they make, in as many countries as possible. The incentive system behind that is very similar to the media industry: If you create content, you're trying to monetize that content in as many countries as possible, because you obviously make greater returns because the investment is fixed. … [Read more...] about How China, Brexit, and the US derailed global 5G wireless
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Oct. 23, 2019: Huawei launches the Mate X foldable phone in China and celebrates hitting 200 million phone shipments two months sooner than it did last year. Also, the company's cybersecurity chief says it'd be easier to bribe telecom staff than build backdoors into networks. … [Read more...] about Huawei ban: Full timeline as US presses Britain to block Huawei from its 5G network.
He said the congestion reduces patient satisfaction and increases the risk of infectious diseases, such as dengue fever. That's a major concern, because Guangdong experienced a serious outbreak of the rapidly spreading mosquito-borne illness five years ago. … [Read more...] about 5G brings advanced healthcare to rural areas
Rogers Communications Inc said on Wednesday it has started rolling out the fifth-generation (5G) telecoms network in some Canadian cities, becoming the country's first cellphone provider to offer the super-fast telecom services. Rogers, one of Canada's largest wireless carriers, will launch first in downtown Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, before expanding into over 20 more markets by the end of the year, in advance of 5G-enabled devices becoming available this year, the statement added. "5G is the biggest technological evolution since the launch of wireless in Canada. We are making the right investments, building the right partnerships and deploying the right technology to bring Canadians the very best of 5G," said Joe Natale, chief executive of Rogers Communications. The 5G networks will have speeds fast enough to download a movie to a smartphone in seconds, while allowing businesses to run 'smart' factories using connected robots, devices and sensors. Rogers has … [Read more...] about Rogers Communications becomes first carrier in Canada to launch 5G
The adverse impact of 5G on the urban ecosystem is often greatly exaggerated. Radio access equipment is certified to all international standards and complies with health regulations. To finally dispel the fears of big-city dwellers, Moscow has initiated a large-scale laboratory study of the potential impact of the new wireless technologies on health and the urban environment. Specifically, answers will be sought to the following questions: how dangerous is 5G for people, and how dense should the base station network be to minimize the impact of radio waves? … [Read more...] about The dark side of 5G