Artificial Intelligence (AI) assistance for umpires to augmented reality goggles for players are just two of the suggestions AFL clubs and fans have put forward to the AFL and Telstra in response to a 5G “ future of footy” survey.
Global ICT services provider Keysight Technologies has launched 5G network emulation solutions which it says deliver a “leading number” of 5G new radio (NR) protocol conformance test cases validated by the Global Certification Forum (GCF) and PTCRB, a certification forum consisting of US mobile operators.
Twenty-five 5G smartphones have been announced and at least nine are now commercially available, the Global Mobile Suppliers Association says in its report for June.
Finnish telecommunications equipment vendor Nokia says it has won 42 5G commercial deals around the globe, with recent wins in South America, the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.
The potential of 5G technology to benefit consumers dispels the ICT “industry myth” that consumers are unwilling to pay a premium on 5G, according to a newly published study which found that smartphone users are willing to pay 20% more for fifth-generation servic — including more broadband choices — and half of early adopters would pay as much as 32% more.
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