Global Wireless News

Technology meets society: New app helps seniors live better

Friday, November 20, 2015

A new technological solution developed by researchers from the University of Notre Dame is aimed at enhancing the physical health, vitality and brain fitness of seniors residing in independent living communities.

Renesas Electronics Announces World’s First Sub-Gigahertz Band Wireless Solutions for CTBU Compliant with Wi-SUN Standard for Home Networks Supporting Smart Meters and HEMS Devices

Friday, November 20, 2015

by Jessica Kerr

Renesas Electronics Corporation (TSE: 6723), a premier supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, today announced the release of two new sub-gigahertz band wireless communication solutions for devices supporting Wi-SUN, which are the world’s first containing automatic dual-address filtering function that will help reduce the time required to develop home energy management systems (HEMS), smart meters, and other devices.

Overcoming Border Security Challenges with Wireless Communications

Monday, November 16, 2015

by Yossie Segal

Our nation's borders are often characterized by long distance coverage of changing border conditions and challenges, from open borders to sealed borders, secured and unsecured perimeters, inhabited and uninhabited areas, hostile environments and ever changing terrain. They also require constant manpower. Commanding such vast distances and challenges depends, among other things, on reliable and resilient line of communications built to withstand situations that arise along the borders.

Google's Internet Balloon Project Takes Flight

Sunday, November 15, 2015

by Dan Jones

Google's 4G LTE "Project Loon" balloon scheme is going into orbit above Indonesia to test to see if the search giant can provide Internet connectivity from the skies for one of the most underserved countries in the world.

Hong Kong, Huawei demo FDD-TDD 4.5G netword

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Mobile operators in Hong Kong include HKT, Three, China Mobile and SmarTone. Earlier this year, HKT and Huawei demonstrated the world's first IP-RAN based 3CC CA with a single-user peak rate of 450Mbps. 3 Hong Kong and Huawei on Wednesday announced they achieved a 1 Gbps peak connection speed on a hybrid FDD/TDD network in a demonstration of what Huawei calls "4.5G" technology.

The new wave in wireless communication

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

While cat videos, memes and the various other clips and images shared via the Internet provide endless hours of viewing pleasure, they are creating a stress on conventional wireless networks. They produce a huge demand for wireless capacity that cannot be satisfied simply with increases to the existing spectrum.

ITU Assembly endorses IMT process for timely development of 5G mobile systems

Thursday, October 29, 2015

The Radiocommunication Assembly today endorsed a Resolution that establishes the roadmap for the development of 5G mobile and the term that will apply to it: “IMT-2020”. The overall “Vision” for 5G systems, along with the goals, process and timeline for its development, is now in place.

The detailed technical performance requirements for the radio systems to support 5G will be developed, in close collaboration with industry and national and regional standards organizations, following the stringent timelines defined by ITU.

Internet Of Things: 10 Most Innovative Companies

Friday, October 23, 2015

Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in the Internet of Things is an update of our previous Top 10 Companies In Internet of Things In 2015 (released in March 2015).

There is no “next big thing”. Smart, embedded, connected sensors, smart homes, connected cars, digital healthcare, smart cities, are already here. Next is now. From chipsets manufacturers to internet providers, from cloud companies to Big Data analytics platforms, the IoT ecosystem is ready.

UPDATE: INTERNET OF THINGS: 10 MOST INNOVATIVE COMPANIES

IBM Is Collaborating With Apple On Artificial Intelligence Health Program

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Experts in health care and information technology agree on the future’s biggest opportunity: the creation of a new computational model that will link together all of the massive computers that now hold medical information. The question remains: who will build it and how?

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