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Will 5G Bring New Dimensions to Our Wireless World? - iQ by Intel

Will 5G Bring New Dimensions to Our Wireless World? - iQ by Intel | Internet Presence | Scoop.it

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The hottest topic at Mobile World Congress 2015 will connect billions of people and things to the Internet and one another without wires.

While much of the world is connecting their personal devices to fast data sharing 4G mobile networks, industry pioneers are shaping next generation networks to feed the world’s increasing appetite for the Internet.

5G networks aren’t expected to roll out broadly until 2020, but according to analyst firm CCS Insight, 5G will be one of the hottest topics at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. That’s because talk is significantly shifting beyond smart pipe dreams into a do-anything-anywhere-from-any-device reality.

In a nutshell, 5G networks will provide more data bandwidth and less latency due to built-in computing intelligence aimed at handling more data more efficiently than today’s 4G networks. By combining communications and computing technologies, 5G networks will leverage more benefits of Moore’s Law, according to Asha Keddy, vice president in Intel’s Communication and Devices Group and general manager of the company’s Standards and Advanced Technology team.

“3G networks were designed for voice while 4G was designed for more complex human interaction with voice and data,” she told iQ just ahead of attending Mobile World Congress for the fifth consecutive year.

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Unlocking India’s innovation potential - The Times of India

Unlocking India’s innovation potential - The Times of India | Internet Presence | Scoop.it
Today we are at the edge of innovation in several fields including big data, clean energy, mobile and social computing.

Today we are at the edge of innovation in several fields including big data, clean energy, mobile and social computing. Yet, translating this into big rewards on the global stage continues to be a challenge for India. What are the opportunities and how do we leverage them as a nation?

The second most populous nation, the third highest GDP globally, a demographic dividend that has created vast base of young and educated workforce... yet, while much has been discussed on India's contribution to the world on the strength of our vast intellectual resources, unfortunately when it comes to innovation, we have a long way to go.

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Facebook Creates Team to “Beam” Internet Everywhere on Planet

Facebook Creates Team to “Beam” Internet Everywhere on Planet | Internet Presence | Scoop.it

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company is launching a Connectivity Lab, a team of scientists tasked with bringing the Internet to remote places on the planet using new techniques, including beaming it down from the sky.

Zuckerberg said the team of about a dozen people includes scientists in the field of aeronautics and communications. Facebook has hired new employees from organizations like NASA, the National Optical Astronomy Observatory and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Facebook also said it hired five people from Ascenta, a UK-based company that developed the world’s longest-flying unmanned solar aircraft.

The Connectivity Lab is part of Zuckerberg’s previously announced Internet.org initiative, which aims to bring connections to parts of the planet where the Web is unavailable. He said achieving that goal will mean inventing new technologies, and said the lab will work with drones, satellites and lasers.

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