Operators looking to leverage their fixed networks to deliver on the promise of 5G will soon have new tools at their disposal, according to the communications industry open standards development organisation Broadband Forum, which has just announced the finalisation of two new 5G standards.
The Broadband Forum says, “The next era of broadband relies on open source and standards joining forces – now is the time to move forward together."
In case you'd missed it, Apple and Adobe are locked in a battle. It's a battle over which standards will prevail in our web browsers. On one side, Adobe and its Flash platform is the reigning champion. Flash has been the powerhouse behind the distribution of video and other rich web content. But coming out of the other corner is the challenger. With the muscle of Safari running on the mobile powerhouses of the iPhone and iPad, Apple is seeking to break Adobe's hold by embracing HTML5.
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