Live and let live: ensuring co-existence of connected products

The number of radio products has long since surpassed the number of people living on Earth by many times and continues to grow. The interference-free coexistence of these products is a problem, but test and measurement equipment can help manufacturers…

LoRaWAN roaming goes global thanks to Actility’s ThingPark exchange

ThingPark Exchange, the first global LoRaWAN peering hub in the industry, is going through accelerated growth and is already connecting 18 LoRaWAN networks worldwide, with many public LoRaWAN service providers as well as multiple private networks and large industrial solution providers.…

Private wireless boom across 5G and WiFi 6E

Private 5G network deployments will surge over the next few years faster even than public 5G, reaching a peak in 2027 when they will generate $19.3bn in equipment sales, before subsiding after that as saturation approaches. There will be a…

Network tests pave way for smart factories

5G has everything future smart factories need for wireless connectivity, but network tests are essential. 3GPP Release 15 standardised 5G technology and is the basis for current 5G networks. Significant improvements in latency, network synchronisation and industrial Ethernet network integration…

Solving AI productization challenges with adaptive computing

The field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) moves swiftly, with the pace of innovation only accelerating. While the software industry has been successful in deploying AI in production, the hardware industry – including automotive, industrial, and smart retail – is still…

Innovative technology drives rapid deployment of new 5G products

The wireless future is about developing the most compelling products using a combination of advanced technologies to maximise system performance, while optimising both cost and power. Brendan Farley, VP Wireless Engineering & MD EMEA at Xilinx explains. Doing so will…

5G roamers to surpass 200 million by 2026 to accelerate rollouts
A new Juniper Research study has found that the global number of roaming subscribers using 5G services will increase from 4.5 million in 2021 to 210 million in 2026. As the international travel industry recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, it…
How industrial routers help overcome the 3G shut off

In 2017, AT&T turned off its 2G network, causing around 70% of San Francisco’s buses and trains to disappear from the NextMuni system map, which passengers use to track vehicle locations and check arrival times. Following this, the San Francisco…

Scientists ramping up net speeds to 40Tb/s

An industrial research collaboration between scientists and engineers from Ireland, the Netherlands, and Germany have found a way to pack more data into existing internet cables to ramp up speeds to 40Tb per second – fast enough to download 5,000…

45 million 5G small cells will be installed by 2031

After years of waiting, 5G is finally here. 5G not only greatly improves network experiences for mobile consumers, but more importantly, will bring digitalisation into every industry, revolutionising our society. However, this vision will not be realised without small cell…