Tuesday, 28th January 2020
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5G – implementing the next generation standard to private networks

Excitement for the arrival of 5G has been building for a number of years. It was almost a decade ago that the first commercial LTE (Long-Term Evolution – a 4G upgrade) network was launched in Sweden, and it took mobile operators another three years to launch it in the UK. By Dipl. Ing. Karsten Kahle, Corning Services, responsible for the SpiderCloud-E-RAN system.

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Tackle the 5G security question and reap the rewards

New research from Ericsson estimates there will be 22.3bn connected devices by 2024, and it will fall on 5G’s shoulders to accommodate this new level of mass connectivity. Thankfully, 5G will be smarter, faster, and more efficient than its predecessors. It has a much improved bandwidth, faster mobile data speeds and lower latency on 4G, meaning reduced lag and an overall more stable, improved user experience. By Benoit Jouffrey, VP 5G Expertise, Gemalto a Thales Company.

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All Your Burning 5G Questions Answered

5G is coming. But what is it? What does it mean for the UK? And how will it impact your organisation? If you are wondering what exactly 5G is, read on to discover all you need to know. By Netstar IT Support London.

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Public Wi-Fi - is it secure enough?

While many of people use Wi-Fi when they are out an about, there is much precautionary advice about using unsecured public Wi-Fi, which could allow a hacker sitting either a few yards away from them, or even miles away to gain access to their laptops, tablets and smartphones to steal passwords and sensitive data. By Michael Wakley, CEO of LeakSafe.

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Why Public Wi-Fi Isn’t Secure Enough

While many of people use Wi-Fi when they are out an about, there is much precautionary advice about using unsecured public Wi-Fi, which could allow a hacker sitting either a few yards away from them, or even miles away to gain access to their laptops, tablets and smartphones to steal passwords and sensitive data. By Michael Wakley, CEO of LeakSafe.

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5G and the evolution of mobile networks

Fifth generation networks, just like the preceding 4G LTE and WiMAX networks, are expected to greatly increase available bandwidth, with improved end-to-end performance providing a better end-user experience. In the most basic of terms, 4G LTE was the long-term evolution of Radio Access Networks (RAN); 5G is the next iteration. By Adrian Taylor, Regional VP of Sales at A10 Networks.

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Enhancing the dining experience for McDonald’s Belgium

McDonald’s Belgium partnered with Purple, Cisco Meraki and Socialspot to deliver a fast, free and secure guest WiFi network in over 80 restaurant locations across Belgium.

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