Stories About: 5g

This one’s no leak, and may not carry any more water

This one’s no leak, and may not carry any more water

By Richard Arneson It’s a rather un-Republication notion, but it’s resurfacing again after having first been mentioned, or rather leaked, in a White House email in early 2018—government involvement in the race to 5G. This plan calls for taking wireless spectrum from the U.S. DoD (Department of Defense) and, through a 3rd party, making it…

State of the Union address focuses on technology—briefly

State of the Union address focuses on technology—briefly

By Richard Arneson If you missed it, you’re probably not the only one. It was fleeting, but if it slipped past you, technology was a focal point for one (1) brief, shining moment during last night’s State of the Union address. President Trump alluded to technology when he mentioned the need to increase the federal…

“Gooooooaaaal”―Technology’s World Cup

“Gooooooaaaal”―Technology’s World Cup

By Richard Arneson In the event you’re unaware, there is a World Cup currently taking place. These matches, however, aren’t being played on a football pitch, but in offices, data centers and engineering labs the world over. The coveted World Cup of 5G pits dozens of service providers and countries for the right to claim…

Can’t wait for 5G? The FCC has done something to speed up your wait time

Can’t wait for 5G? The FCC has done something to speed up your wait time

By Richard Arneson Whether you’re a dyed-in-the-wool technophile or just one of those people who has to be the first to have the latest gizmo or gadget, you’re probably eagerly anticipating 5G, which will provide for consumers a host of benefits, including faster speeds, lower latency and a more IoT-friendly wireless infrastructure. But when you…

Why should I care about 5G?

Why should I care about 5G?

By Richard Arneson Like the G’s that have preceded it, 5G has gotten a lot of press and pub for seemingly years. In the IT industry, however, months can feel like years. Eager technophiles are anticipating the day when they can use―then proudly broadcast that to the world―whatever technology we’ve been hearing about for months…