Semiconductors power the electronically pervasive modern world. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is destined to support a vast number of technologies ranging from self-driving vehicles to social media analytics. The combination of AI with semiconductors represents a logical next step for silicon providers to embed AI into virtually anything that requires a processor says the author Gerry [...]
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is evolving beyond single-focus problem solving to become more of a utility function with Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) solutions.
ETSI’s group on Multi-access Edge Computing (ETSI MEC ISG) is pleased to announce upcoming Hackathons and the release of two white papers entitled“Cloud RAN and MEC: a perfect pairing” and “MEC deployments in 4G and evolution towards 5G”respectively.
The ETSI Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) Industry Specification Group (ISG) has achieved a milestone with the release of a first package of standardised Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to support edge computing interoperability.
Although consumers may only just be getting to grips with 4G, service providers and other businesses are already planning for the next wave of network technology. According to the latest Ericsson Mobility Report, there will be 550 million 5G connections by 2022.
Intel, RIFT.io, Vasona Networks and Xaptum have announced that ETSI Industry Specification Group for Mobile Edge Computing (ISG MEC) has approved its joint multi-access edge computing (MEC) industrial Internet of Things (IoT) proof of concept (PoC).
Quortus and Expeto are co-operating to speed the deployment of innovative communications services by wireless internet service providers (WISPs), mobile and virtual network operators (MNOs and MVNOs), and Internet of Things (IoT) product or service providers.
Applied Computer Solutions (ACS) and Quortus announced further details of the live Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) platform that they are demonstrating for the first time at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Mobile core network software start-up Core Network Dynamics (CND) announced a solution to the looming mobile network traffic overload problem expected to arise from the projected massive influx of IoT devices.
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