Even though hype around 5G networks is picking up, there are some downsides industry experts are bringing to light.
Data has indicated that the adoption of Passive Optical LAN (POL) is growing at a rapid pace in commercial environments in 2019.
As Sprint tries to develop legitimate 5G capabilities, they chastize AT&T for taking shortcuts, misleading consumers, and bastardizing the 5G name.
Passive Optical LAN (POL) adoption has been steadily rising in the past year, and there are reasons for why organization are implementing this technology.
A new Bluetooth chip that draws power from frequencies in the air eliminates the future need for batteries in our devices.
Many customers across America were unable to make 911 emergency calls and use other wireless services following a CenturyLink outage.
Broadband internet speeds are rising, and the United States is seeing increases in boosts in downloading and uploading capabilities, too.
Even though 5G solutions, like AT&T’s NightHawk hotspot are launching next year, the technology comes with downsides and disadvantages for decision makers.
Samsung recently announced plans to release a 5G capable phone by 2019 and previewed a unique hardware design.
The Federal Communications Commission is considering two 5G proposals that will favor the needs of big cable companies, and affected cities aren’t happy about it.