Delivering on the LTE Advanced promise

| May 26, 2017

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That’s how often people around the world touch something made better by Qualcomm. It could be the smartphone in your pocket, the tablet on your coffee table, that wireless modem in your briefcase.

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Netis Systems Co.Ltd

NETIS Systems Co. Ltd. is a part of Netcore Group,was founded in 2000.The headquarter is in Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Park (SHIP), China. It has set up a software development center in Chengdu, and a production center in Dong Guan, China. It also has China domestic branches, North America and other business partners around the world.

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Verizon Business enters 21 new markets with 5G internet

Article | April 15, 2021

The Verizon 5G Business Internet rollout that started in parts of Chicago, Houston and Los Angeles continues this month in 21 new markets with more on the way, the company announced Thursday. Verizon Business is marketing fixed-wireless connectivity as an alternative to cable for enterprise and small to midsize customers. In a press release, Tami Erwin, CEO of Verizon Business, said, "As 5G Business Internet scales into new cities, businesses of all sizes can gain access to the superfast speeds, low latency and next-gen applications enabled by 5G Ultra Wideband, with no throttling or data limits."

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A technical look at 5G mobile device energy efficiency

Article | February 27, 2020

Reducing the level of energy consumption associated with cellular network operations is a strong focus area for Ericsson, and a key sustainability improvement goal. Our post on 5G energy consumption highlights advances in network energy efficiency, but the energy consumed by individual mobile devices also needs to be considered. For example, many components contribute to the energy consumption of a modern smartphone, such as apps, operating systems, and the screen. However, cellular radio also contributes as a critical factor. With 5G, the range of device types is extensive, including built-in modems, smart wearables, and wireless sensors as just a few examples.

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Why businesses need to start thinking about 5G.

Article | February 20, 2020

5G services are creeping out to the market but it will take a few years before the full potential of next-generation connectivity is fully understood and realised. But businesses need to start thinking about the technology now, because iterative improvements over 4G connectivity are only part of the story. When core 5G networks are fully rolled out, they will trigger a whole new wave of disruption and opportunity. Here are a few examples of what we know we can expect.

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The network and security must converge for 5G-enabled edges

Article | May 3, 2021

In tandem with the deployment of 5G networks is the emergence of edge computing and edge clouds – placing data processing and storage in close proximity to where it’s needed on the enterprise edge. Moving computing closer to the enterprise edge improves network performance and reduces cost as traffic no longer needs to be routed to central clouds. 5G networks and edge computing are creating new business opportunities and richer consumer experiences. Many mobile service providers are planning to shift their network delivery from a few mega-capacity central clouds to thousands of edge clouds that support more agile, customizable services. Without integration, the new 5G network edges are where the new security challenges will likely occur. The performance of 5G networks has to be matched by the associated security and computing components. Without strategic security planning, the necessary security solutions could inadvertently create bottlenecks that negate the value of edge computing. Enabling applications to perform at 5G speeds to ensure expected user experience is one thing, but ensuring that this happens securely, across more network access points than ever before, presents an entirely new set of very serious challenges. Organizations need to be prepared today with stronger, broader, integrated and automated security foundations.

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Netis Systems Co.Ltd

NETIS Systems Co. Ltd. is a part of Netcore Group,was founded in 2000.The headquarter is in Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Park (SHIP), China. It has set up a software development center in Chengdu, and a production center in Dong Guan, China. It also has China domestic branches, North America and other business partners around the world.

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