Month: May 2021

Bath-based Truespeed has connected Yeo Valley to its ultra-fast, ultra-reliable full fibre broadband service. The well-known family farm and dairy business, operating from multiple rural locations in the south-west, now benefits from gigabit-capable connectivity at six sites including its dairy farms, headquarters, and the garden tearoom which is open to visitors to its organic garden.
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We looked at the 5G Enhanced URLLC (eURLLC) earlier. One of the ways to improve reliability is to have redundancy in the user plane. This can use different approaches like:  Duplicating N3 Adding a secondary gNB using Dual connectivity Introducing another UPF Two anchor UPFs In fact they are all built on top of each
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Singtel turned on its standalone (SA) 5G network in parts of the city state, becoming the first to offer the upgraded service. The operator claimed its SA 5G network offers 30 per cent faster uploads than LTE, along with stronger authentication and encryption. It deployed more than 1,000 sites running on 3.5GHz spectrum in locations
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Canadian operator Bell Mobility announced the expansion of its 5G network to 23 new markets across Québec, Ontario and Manitoba. Bell 5G’s reach has expanded in Manitoba (St. Andrews and Stonewall), Ontario (Barrie, Burlington, Clarington, Guelph, Hamilton, Kingston, Kitchener, London, McNab/Braeside, Moravian, Pickering and Waterloo) and Québec (Ascot Corner, Champlain, Magog, Rivière-du-Loup, Saint-Catherine-de Hatley, Saint-Luc-de-Vincennes,
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Social media giant Facebook has announced it will be shadow-banning accounts that repeatedly share stuff it doesn’t approve of. A post by Facebook titled Taking Action Against People Who Repeatedly Share Misinformation stated, “Starting today, we will reduce the distribution of all posts in News Feed from an individual’s Facebook account if they repeatedly share
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The addition of three million more homes and businesses to Openreach’s updated network build strategy will result in the company delivering full fibre technology to a total of 25 million premises. The plan is a key contribution towards achieving the UK Government&rsquo… The addition of three million more homes and businesses to Openreach’s updated network build strategy
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Twitter is one of the most microblogging and social networking platform globally. It not only allow people to voice their opinions online but creates an space for people to reach out to others or for organisations to reach out to their customers. Twitter has a massive userbase and every user has a feed where they
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La compañía de investigación IDC pronostica que las ventas de smartphones alcanzarán a fines de 2021 su volumen máximo de los seis últimos años, sumando 1.380 millones de unidades. El mercado se está viendo impulsado por la demanda entre los consumidores de terminales 5G, cuyo precio es cada vez más asequible. IDC estima en un
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AT&T has won contracts to help the U.S. Department of Homeland Security modernize its networks, and the agency will gain access to FirstNet services as well. AT&T snagged four task orders from DHS to modernize and transform the agency’s telecommunications infrastructure with IP-based networking services: Specifically, those deals involve the networks of DHS headquarters, Immigration
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Nokia scored another RAN deal in the Philippines, being tapped to provide 5G equipment for a launch planned on the island of Mindanao by new entrant Dito Telecommunity. The vendor explained the 5G RAN deal involves equipment from its Massive MIMO, multi-band, single RAN AirScale portfolio, along with its NetAct platform for network management and
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Tech giant Amazon is so concerned about its warehouse workers’ mental health that it’s providing capsules in which they can sit and sort their heads out. They’re called AmaZen, presumably because they’re so calming and reassuring. ‘During shifts employees can visit AmaZen stations and watch short videos featuring easy-to-follow wellbeing activities, including guided meditations, positive
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Indonesia-based Telkomsel reportedly launched commercial 5G service in six residential locations in Jakarta and in parts of eight other cities today (27 May), making it the first in the country to offer the next-generation technology. Local news outlet Kompas stated services were live, with the launch coming three days after Telkomsel detailed its plan. The
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Chinese smartphone vendor Oppo has launched a new phone that contains the first eSIM compatible with standalone 5G. We don’t know what special sauce has to go into an eSIM for it to work with SA (proper) 5G, as opposed to NSA (preliminary) 5G but, with help from French tech company Thales, Oppo reckons it’s
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Ericsson and Italy-based cyber and security solutions company Leonardo are set to share their R&D capabilities across various fields, including cybersecurity and 5G, as part of a new deal signed earlier this week. In particular, the duo said they would focus on cybersecurity for critical strategic infrastructure… Ericsson and Italy-based cyber and security solutions company
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