Reach 400Gbps speeds with noise-cancellation technology
A research team which is being led by Xiang Liu of Bell Laboratories is looking into using “phase conjugation” to help boost speeds to this incredible level as demand for faster broadband rises.
Google’s wireless networks to be delivered by balloons
As part of an initiative to get cat videos – I mean the internet – out in developing countries; Google has ambitious plans to deliver access in these locations by balloons, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. Bear with me on this; this is a strange thing to write about as well as read I’m sure.
UK firm Cable & Wireless taking permanent holiday to Florida
The UK firm Cable & Wireless, based in Bracknell, United Kingdom, has decided after 140 years it’s time to moving its headquarters to Florida. Maybe we should all follow?
Quantum internet used for two years, becoming a reality
Utilising quantum mechanics to provide perfectly secure online communication is something security experts in particular have lusted over for years – well as it turns out, a government lab has been using just that for the past two.
‘White space’ devices are on the way, says Ofcom
Ofcom, the broadcasting regulator of the United Kingdom, has called for a pilot of an innovative new batch of “white space” devices utilising gaps in the radio spectrum.
Where are the opportunities in the LATAM connected car market?
As companies look to enter the emerging markets of Latin America, Telematics Update looks at the connected-car services that will meet the needs of drivers.
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