It seems early discussions around what 5G might be are starting to heat up! A session dedicated to 5G will be a key feature of the LTE North America summit, taking place on the 21st-22nd November 2013, at the Westin Galleria, Dallas, Texas, USA.
As people across the world get used to the fourth generation (4G) mobile technology, Chinese equipment maker Huawei Technologies has said it is working on the fifth generation (5G), which is likely to be available for use by 2020. The company said presently 200 people are working on the project and it has earmarked a specified amount for the research and development of the technology. It, however, refused to share details about the amount to be spent for the development of the technology.
Huawei Technologies official Wen Tong said that by 2020, there will be billions of connections and 5G can provide massive connectivity. The technology will enable people to have a fibre network like user experience on a wireless connection.
It can provide speed of 10 Gbps, which is 100 times faster than the mobile technology used these days, Tong added.
South Korean giant Samsung has also announced that…
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