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5G, VoLTE: The future of mobile telephony

The world of mobile telephony is on the starting line of a new cycle of innovation. By transmitting people's voices via the 4G network, Voice over Long Term Evolution technology enables users to make voice calls. VoLTE also offers new services such as visio-conferencing or document sharing during a conversation. Meanwhile, 5G, which is set to appear in 2020, paves the way for ultra-high speed mobile phones. This will help to fuel complex applications and a multitude of connected objects.
5G telephony sector valued at $12trn
24 Jan, 2017 12:55 pm
5G telephony sector valued at $12trn

The roll out of the 5G cellular networks will have a positive impact on the economy and be worth as much as $12.3 trillion by 2035, according to research firm IHS.

Scientists can now make batteries lasting 400 years
17 Oct, 2016 10:28 am
Scientists can now make batteries lasting 400 years

Researchers at the University of California, Irvine, say they have discovered a way to design batteries with potential lifespans of up to 400...

Apple had a good reason to remove headphone jack from iPhone 7
29 Sep, 2016 11:48 am
Apple had a good reason to remove headphone jack from iPhone 7

Apple's new iPhone 7 will not have a headphone jack, forcing consumers to buy a connector from Apple-owned Lightning or wireless headphones, such as Apple's Airpods.

5G's rollout will require millions more mobile towers
16 Sep, 2016 10:14 am
5G's rollout will require millions more mobile towers

The new 5G mobile network standard could boost data speeds by up to 10 times compared to 4G LTE connections, but its rollout will require the...

Smartphone batteries with twice the life may arrive in 2017
26 Aug, 2016 09:00 am
Smartphone batteries with twice the life may arrive in 2017

Batteries with lithium metal offer superior charging capacity compared to carbon anode batteries used in today's smartphones,...

Facebook lasers target high-speed data delivery to remote homes
27 Jul, 2016 02:54 pm
Facebook lasers target high-speed data delivery to remote homes

Facebook says it has developed a laser detector that could allow high-speed data to be transferred without using the wireless spectrum.

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