Chip company Qualcomm has announced the Snapdragon 768G mobile platform, promising "next-level performance" and "truly global 5G".
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X50 5G modem supports OEMs "building the next generation of cellular devices, as well as aid operators with early 5G trials and deployments", for H2 2017 sampling and commercial products in 2018.
Telstra and Netgear claim a ‘world-first’ Gateway using Broadcom’s 4x4 Wi-Fi AC chipset for multiple simultaneous Wi-Fi connections at speeds up to 2.8Gbps
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and they should pay their share of tax as well
Mission Accomplished Sam, the NBN is going FIBRE. Yaaaaaaaaaaay! And about 10 years late but better late that NEVAAAAAAAAAR.
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