Qualcomm Technologies has introduced its new 5G distributed unit accelerator card that will aid in the adoption of Virtualized RAN platforms. It is built to tackle the growing demand of 5G.
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Qualcomm has unveiled the second generation of its 5G RAN Platform for Small Cells. FSM200xx is designed to power the factory of the future while also offering fast connectivity in other environments.
Qualcomm has announced that it is partnering with over 35 companies worldwide to drive the growth of 5G mmWave, which will potentially allow users to download a 120-minute 4K UHD movie in 27 seconds.
Samsung has unveiled chipsets for its 5G solutions at its virtual event. These chipsets will provide power efficiency, enhanced performance, and compact size in next-generation 5G RAN solutions.
The iPhone 12 supports many 5G bands in the United States, however it is likely that thanks to the inclusion of Qualcomm's X60 modem in the iPhone 13, mmWave will arrive in more countries.
MediaTek has announced the M80, its 5G mmWave modem. This is an advancement from the M70 which was its first generation 5G modem for smartphones. The M80 should be available later this year.
HMD Global today announced that it is bringing the Nokia 8.3 5G to the U.S. via Verizon, calling the device the Nokia 8 V 5G UW, for $699.99. It will be made available starting November 12.
Verizon announced today that its 5G upload capabilities are now available in 35 cities across the U.S. It's also rolling out 5G to San Diego later this month, bringing its total coverage to 35 cities.
According to a new report, Apple's iPhones this year will not just support 5G, but they'll have support for both sub-6GHz bands, as well as the faster millimeter wave 5G frequencies.
Verizon has announced the latest expansion of its mmWave 5G network, which is now available in 31 cities across the United States. The carrier initially promised 30 cities for 2019.
Verizon has announced the latest expansion of its mmWave 5G network, which is now available in many areas throughout Los Angeles. It's the 19th city where the service has launched.