Bridging The Connectivity Gap: Unraveling The Complexities Of Wireless Standard Deployments


By Alejandro Escobar Calderon and John Ye In the fast-paced world of technological evolution, the deployment of wireless standards has been touted as the gateway to a connected future. The promise of lightning-fast wireless connectivity has been a driving force behind the relentless pursuit of cutting-edge standards such as 4G, 5G, and new network architectures like Open RAN (O-RAN). However... » read more

Wireless Technology Insights: Navigating The Evolution From 5G To 6G


As 5G evolution advances, developments like the open radio access network (O-RAN) ecosystem, non-terrestrial network (NTN) infrastructure, and 5G reduced capability (RedCap) devices continue to gain momentum. Though 5G implementation is still underway, the wireless communication industry is already preparing for next-generation 6G wireless technology. With so much development happeni... » read more

Solving 5G And 6G Challenges With Artificial Intelligence


Wireless networks are inherently complex, generate massive amounts of data, and have grown in complexity with each new generation of technology. This combination of large data sets and complexity makes wireless networks an ideal candidate for AI. People are receiving first-hand experiences of the power and potential of deep neural networks and machine learning (ML) as the technology begins t... » read more

What’s Next In Wireless Standard Adoption?


By Chen Chang and Alejandro Escobar Calderon Although each generation in wireless technologies often introduces enhanced capabilities, the broad adoption of any new technology requires both technical and business viability. For 5G, solving for technical challenges such as path loss and radio front-end efficiency has led to massive innovations in network design, semiconductor packaging, and t... » read more

Will 5G Deployment Lag in the U.S.?


China and other countries are creating “a 5G tsunami” that the U.S. will not be able to match unless it steps up its national investments in 5G cellular communications, Deloitte Consulting warns in a new report. The firm notes that China has outspent the U.S. on wireless communications infrastructure by $57 billion since 2015, constructing 350,000 new sites, compared with less than 2... » read more

The Week in Review: IoT


Finance Hysolate, an endpoint cybersecurity startup, came out of stealth mode this week to announce receiving $8 million in private funding from Team8 and Innovation Endeavors. The Israeli company, which has an office in New York City, was founded by Tal Zamir and Dan Dinnar. Hysolate touts its hybrid endpoint architecture, which enables multiple operating systems to run side-by-side on a work... » read more