Topic: artificial intelligence (AI)
Mobile edge computing (MEC) is rising to the forefront as 5G provides the types of low latency that make it worthwhile.
The last of a six-part series attempts to round up the observations and the roadmap for the coming decade.
In 5G, AI must take center stage in how various functions and nodes in the network work in sync for the highest performance and lowest cost.
MWC Los Angeles 2019 kicks off in just a few days, with vertical industries being drawn into the mobile conversation.
Distributed artificial intelligence means that real-time computations will need to happen on smart devices themselves.
Qualcomm sees laptops, access points, hotspots and modules as growing markets for its 5G solutions.
Skeptics say the risk of a network outage is too high to make 5G remote surgery possible but 5G experts say it’s not as farfetched as it sounds.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are needed to manage 5G networks at scale.
A nationalized 5G network would have presented so many problems that it actually would have harmed U.S. chances for succeeding with 5G.
Qualcomm's three new mobile platforms offer premium specifications and experiences in the key categories of AI, imaging, gaming and performance.