GUEST OPINION: 2021 saw the service provider ecosystem flourish in tough environments. Open RAN has evolved more than ever; the global 5G market has risen dramatically, creating low latency and enhanced security that give enterprises the power to implement breakthrough applications and increased AI/ML capabilities; and demand for infrastructure that powers 5G, IoT and UHD has continued to rise.
Chinese smartphone brand vivo conducted a live demonstration of 8K UHD video streaming powered by mmWave 5G, which the company says highlights its "strength in the research and development of 5G mmWave technology."
Kogan's first Smart HDR 4K LED Android TV range with Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Audio has arrived at special pre-sale pricing of $449.99 for 50-inches, $499.99 for a 55-inch model and $799.99 for a 65-inch model, but the sale ends on at 11.59pm AEDT on October 23.
LG has held its annual Innofest event in Australia for the first time, showcasing its amazing range of connected home appliances, while focusing on the 2019 TVs and Sound Bars it is launching in Australia.
"What the 4K!", exclaims Foxtel at the new 4K section of its site, launching Australia's first dedicated 4K channel using satellite transmission to guarantee consistent the 4K quality that streaming, as yet, can't.
Samsung has finally made a genuinely great, all-round TV. Is it even a better buy than LG's all-conquering OLED?
It's not often that we walk into a product launch and say, "Wow!" It's even less often when that wow is directed towards a Samsung TV.
Promising its new QLED TV "features direct full array, Bixby and ambient mode for even better picture quality, connectedness and convenience," Samsung's televisual onslaught will be televised.
It's the 10th anniversary of the Breaking Bad TV series, and SVOD-service Stan is not only making it exclusively available, but has more 4K content to come soon, too.
IoT data, ultra high definition video streaming and more will see a doubling of Internet traffic over the next two years, it has been claimed.
Ericsson’s MediaFirst Content Processing “is the industry’s first software-based, multi-application media-processing platform for the contribution market".
After announcing its new Series 8 and 9 ULED 4K TVs at the Australian F1 Grand Prix in late March, Hisense’s newest flagship models have now arrived in stores at last.
HP’s Z series monitors are for serious users, artists, photographers, CAD and those who want as close to true colour and perfect geometry as possible.
Sony’s latest attack on the living room is its new 4K, HDR, ultra-short throw, home theatre projector that will give up to a 120” screen with a 2.2-metre throw.
Here are the launch videos of Panasonic’s 2016 VIERA range, naturally featuring 4K UHD models, Pana’s 4K Blu-ray player and Pana’s superb new audio range
If you’ve been waiting for Samsung’s 2016 range of SUHD 4K models to arrive before choosing which new TV to buy, Samsung's new range was launched in Australia last night.
Samsung launched its 2016 SUHD – that’s 4K – range of televisions, sound bars, and 4K Blu-ray player to a multitude of media tonight (Wednesday) – the general opinion is that it continues to lead the pack.
Legendary Hollywood Cinematographer, Peter James, Dolby Labs VP Technology, Patrick Griffis, Olympian and Foxtel Presenter Matt Shirvington and LG’s Grant Vandenberg spoke today.
Ok, so it’s not SKINET: Samsung’s Korean Internet of New Things, or SKYNET from the Terminator series; it’s a realistic start for Samsung’s IoT revolution.
Samsung’s 2015 4K SUHD TVs have arrived in Australia, promising a ‘significant evolution in the colour and picture quality’ to deliver its best TVs yet.
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