Technology Mobile 5G is coming sooner than you think

16:35  04 january  2018
16:35  04 january  2018 Source:   Roadshow

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While the wireless industry says 5 G is coming in 2019, AT&T believes it can launch its service by the end of this year.

I think 5 G adoption will happen sooner than you think . T- Mobile may launch the first 5 G LTE-Advanced network. Intel's 'Nehalem' To Launch Sooner (September 2008). Register and Come to Open Source India Week Summit.

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The next generation of cellular technology promises a massive boost in speed, more ubiquitous coverage and a responsiveness quick enough to handle remote surgery or autonomous vehicles. It's supposed to the fuel that drives all other innovations at CES 2018. Despite the numerous company announcements and field trials from the wireless industry, we don't seem to be that much closer to 5G, which is widely expected to roll out in a big way by 2019.

AT&T is hoping to speed up the timetable. The company said on Thursday that it plans to launch its mobile 5G network in a dozen markets in late 2018, along with a single device able to tap into that network. This is different from Verizon's plan to offer 5G service as a replacement for home broadband service this year -- AT&T's 5G will look more like the typical cellular service you enjoy now.

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Mobile 5 G , which is short for “fifth generation,” is about as nascent and nebulous a term as they come . It’s a wireless standard, like 4G before it, but one without a formal definition. “It’s coming sooner than you think .”

If it meets its deadline, AT&T would be the first carrier in the US to launch a mobile 5G service, which has the ability to eventually transform our world through broader, faster and more reliable coverage. The promised speeds are far faster than what most people can get at home (download a season's worth of "Stranger Things" in seconds), but 5G will also better power the growing family of connected devices in our lives. The launch of 4G gave us Uber, Snapchat and live-streaming video -- 5G potentially opens the door even wider to new innovations.

That promise has the carriers engaged in a war of words over 5G. Verizon struck first in 2015 by saying it would the first to launch field trials of 5G, and is on track to deliver a type of fixed 5G service later this year. T-Mobile has mocked both Verizon and AT&T has fueling the hype and potentially disappointing customers. Now AT&T is looking up the timeline again.

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English. Español. Mobile . 5 G phones are coming earlier than you thought . A standards body says the next-generation wireless network can hit a deadline of 2019 instead of 2020. Many carriers, like AT&T, had pushed for 5 G technology to arrive sooner rather than later.

WTF, you can put a 5 G in your mobile device but do your research and see how long it took for 3G and 4G/LTE to become widespread for the carriers, they need to invest hundreds of billion to I can remember well every executive the turnaround and next big thing is coming sooner than you think .

AT&T, however, is light on details. Gordon Mansfield, vice president of radio access network and device design for AT&T, said that while there would be a single type of device able to tap into the 5G network, he wouldn't comment on what the gadget would look like. Whatever the form, the device is expected to use 4G for most of its normal connection, and switch to 5G when the extra speed is appropriate -- think a download, live-streaming video or another bandwidth-intensive app.

He also declined to say which markets would get 5G coverage. The company has rolled out the confusingly named "5G Evolution" markets over the past year -- cities with the infrastructure for higher wireless speeds, but isn't actually 5G. The company calls 5G Evolution the foundation for 5G, although Mansfield wouldn't say if one of the 23 metro areas would be in the dozen 5G markets.

Here's a list of the "5G Evolution" markets: Atlanta; Austin; Boston; Bridgeport, Connecticut; Buffalo, New York; Chicago; Fresno, California; Greenville, South Carolina; Hartford, Connecticut; Houston; Indianapolis; Los Angeles; Louisville; Memphis; Nashville; New Orleans; Oklahoma City; Pittsburgh; San Antonio; San Diego; San Francisco; Tulsa and Sacramento, California.

The timing of AT&T's launch is curious given that major chip supplier Qualcomm has said that it expects the first devices to include 5G radios wouldn't come until the first half of 2019.

Mansfield, however, said AT&T has worked with a number of partners and suppliers to ensure a device will launch commercially this year.

Expect to hear more about 5G at CES 2018 next week.

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