The interplay between 5G and TV broadcasting is paving new avenues for content delivery. The FCC’s move to grant experimental licenses, like those to the Massachusetts network and Sinclair Broadcasting Group, underscores 5G’s potential in transforming the TV landscape. As companies like XGen venture into emergency communications via 5G and with broadcasters like Sinclair exploring the convergence of ATSC 3.0 and 5G, the future promises innovative solutions to reach diverse audiences. Verizon and T-Mobile, key players in the 5G realm, alongside C-Band spectrum developments, will undoubtedly play a significant role in this evolving narrative.
This comprehensive blog post delves into how private wireless networks are the catalyst for innovative change across diverse industries. From manufacturing to aerospace, it unravels the potential of private networks in enhancing operational efficiency, driving innovation, and paving the way for future advancements.
Satellite technology is reshaping rural agriculture by providing robust connectivity and innovative solutions. SIA President Tom Stroup highlighted this transformative impact in his recent testimony before the House Committee on Agriculture.
The private network revolution is transforming how businesses secure their operations and data by leveraging connectivity and emerging technologies. These dedicated private networks offer enhanced security, improved network performance, scalability, better control, and support for edge computing, network slicing, and IoT applications. As a result, businesses can embrace Industry 4.0, leading to increased efficiency and automation. While there are challenges to consider, such as cost, regulatory requirements, and integration with existing infrastructure, businesses are adopting these technologies and securing their future in the digital landscape.
ATIS’ Next G Alliance (NGA) releases a new report detailing the 6G Roadmap for Vertical Industries, discussing the demand side of the future 6G ecosystem and exploring its potential across various sectors.
Vodafone and ITN partner to enable the first UK broadcast using a public 5G Standalone (5G SA) network for the Coronation of King Charles III, showcasing the future of cellular connectivity.
Vodafone introduces the UK’s first 5G standalone (SA) mobile private networking (MPN) service, offering customizable network solutions and paving the way for specialized services.
T-Mobile US has chosen nine start-ups to participate in its annual Accelerator Programme, which this year aims to foster innovative 5G experiences for sports and live events.
In this edition of the 5G Magazine, we take a reality check focusing on the actual use cases and applications being deployed across industry verticals, the related ecosystem players, and what value 5G is adding to the corresponding use cases and applications.
BT demonstrated its unique broadcast capabilities, with its Media & Broadcast, BT Sport and EE operations combining to showcase the powerful benefits that 5G and cloud-based technologies bring to broadcasters.
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