Aptech Computer Education-Sudan

APTECH Computer Education is an IT Training Institution from India with more than 28 years of training experience. There are over 3000 Centers around the world in 55 Countries. In Sudan APTECH started in the year 2001. We have Retail courses English Express, Corporate and CADD Courses . We have two centers Riyadh , Khartoum and now at PORTSUDAN .

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ORBIC™ LAUNCHES THE AIRSURF 5G LAPTOP FOR USERS ON THE GO

Orbic | January 06, 2022

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Orbic™, a U.S. mobile device manufacturer, announced the Orbic AirSurf 5G UW Laptop. The Orbic AirSurf 5G UW allows users to have the performance, connectivity, speed, battery-life, and power at a value price point. With a FOLD-360-degree design, users can quickly go from a laptop to a tablet view – giving customers the flexibility to utilize the device in a way that is most comfortable – either while on the go, at school or in the office. <...

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T-MOBILE VS. VERIZON: THE BATTLE OVER 5G DOMINANCE

Verizon | February 04, 2020

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The squabble between Verizon and T-Mobile is the spectrum they're using for 5G. T-Mobile remains confident of the $26.5 billion mega deal with Sprint. Read More

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OPEN RF ASSOCIATION DRIVES INDUSTRY COLLABORATION

Open RF Association | March 30, 2022

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The Open RF Association (openrftm), an industry consortium dedicated to developing an open 5G ecosystem of interoperable hardware and software across member multi-mode RF (radio frequency) front-end and chipset platforms, today announced the completion of the first phase of a study defining RF power levels used in 5G handsets, in partnership with Signals Research Group, to help the industry better optimize data throughput performance and, ultimately, battery life. Open RF Associat...

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VERIZON ADDS THREE MORE 5G CITIES, BRINGS TOTAL COUNT TO 34

CNET | January 30, 2020

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After a blitz to close out 2019, Verizon is continuing to roll out its millimeter-wave 5G network in the new year. On Thursday the carrier announced it has upped its count of 5G cities to 34, turning on the next-generation wireless network in parts of Little Rock, AR, Kansas City, MO and Cincinnati, OH. As with past 5G deployments, the coverage will be focused on certain areas of each city. Those in Little Rock can expect to find 5G in "parts of Midtown, University District, Bir...

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5G

ORBIC™ LAUNCHES THE AIRSURF 5G LAPTOP FOR USERS ON THE GO

Orbic | January 06, 2022

Orbic™, a U.S. mobile device manufacturer, announced the Orbic AirSurf 5G UW Laptop. The Orbic AirSurf 5G UW allows users to have the performance, connectivity, speed, battery-life, and power at a value price point. With a FOLD-360-degree design, users can quickly go from a laptop to a tablet view – giving customers the flexibility to utilize the device in a way that is most comfortable – either while on the go, at school or in the office. <...

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T-MOBILE VS. VERIZON: THE BATTLE OVER 5G DOMINANCE

Verizon | February 04, 2020

The squabble between Verizon and T-Mobile is the spectrum they're using for 5G. T-Mobile remains confident of the $26.5 billion mega deal with Sprint. Read More

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5G

OPEN RF ASSOCIATION DRIVES INDUSTRY COLLABORATION

Open RF Association | March 30, 2022

The Open RF Association (openrftm), an industry consortium dedicated to developing an open 5G ecosystem of interoperable hardware and software across member multi-mode RF (radio frequency) front-end and chipset platforms, today announced the completion of the first phase of a study defining RF power levels used in 5G handsets, in partnership with Signals Research Group, to help the industry better optimize data throughput performance and, ultimately, battery life. Open RF Associat...

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VERIZON ADDS THREE MORE 5G CITIES, BRINGS TOTAL COUNT TO 34

CNET | January 30, 2020

After a blitz to close out 2019, Verizon is continuing to roll out its millimeter-wave 5G network in the new year. On Thursday the carrier announced it has upped its count of 5G cities to 34, turning on the next-generation wireless network in parts of Little Rock, AR, Kansas City, MO and Cincinnati, OH. As with past 5G deployments, the coverage will be focused on certain areas of each city. Those in Little Rock can expect to find 5G in "parts of Midtown, University District, Bir...

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