The University of Sydney has a new $2.3 million supercomputer that will be used for AI and other research.
5G. The standard is still yet to be fully worked out, and everyone wants to be a part of bringing the 5G standard to life, with BT no exception.
Telstra says its latest world-first test of 1Gbps capability on its commercial mobile network ‘pushes LTE beyond the 4G barrier.’
Nokia and Artemis have signed an MoU to ‘collaborate in the prototyping and trialling of Artemis pCell wireless technology’ in 2016 with wireless operators.
This background info document explains the 5G conundrum and how Artemis is best placed to solve it today - not in 2020 or 2025.
Researchers will be able to leverage big data for research and cross-disciplinary collaboration with the new high performance computer (HPC) service opened by the University of Sydney in partnership with Dell.
Telstra has announced at its Investor Relations day that VoLTE is active on its 4G network, Video over LTE (ViLTE) is coming and super fast LTE-A trials have hit 590Mbps in its latest trial.
Telstra loves to launch the fastest first, so I wonder if Telstra’s new CEO, Andrew Penn, is interested in 35x LTE spectral efficiency from Artemis Networks?
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