Category: Communications Networks

On this episode of FTP, we take a look at the impact of the growing conflict between the United States and China involving trade, intellectual property, cybersecurity and now presidential executive orders. Plus, we'll take a look at Cisco's earnings, how Google is using a new Translatotron to transmogrify translation, the latest in US cybersecurity initiatives, major networks and what they're doing with your personal data. And then finally, HPE is acquiring Cray, the coolest supercomputer company ever. And that and more on this episode of FTP.
The scope of Ericsson's 5G Consumer Use study provides the validity required to strengthen the case for accelerating 5G deployment and boosting 5G use cases. We see the new Ericsson ConsumerLab survey driving broader near-term adoption of 5G across the entire mobile ecosystem and boosting Ericsson’s competitive position in capitalizing on the new market opportunities.
Google's introduction of the Pixel 3A is a clever, and strategic, business move. Not only does it serve a market need, it will require other manufacturers to step up. In addition, it introduces its phones to a much larger market, expands its footprint, and sets the stage to later move customers to a more pricey device.
On this edition of FTP, the Futurum Tech Podcast. We're taking a dive into the world of 5G. It's finally starting to arrive here. What is it? What does it mean and what's it going to look like in 5G years down the road? Plus we'll be taking a look at Microsoft Dynamics, new NPO Accelerator for Nonprofits. We're going to talk a bit about Google's creepy Duplex and AI as well as ethics and AI. What does the world of ethics and AI actually look like and how desperately do we need it? And we'll be talking about Intel's Data-Centric announcement, and the latest in Apple's attempt to conquer India. All of this and more on this edition of the Futurum Tech Podcast.
On this special Mobile World Congress edition of Futurum Tech Podcast, 5G connected vehicles, folding phones and HoloLens 2, all the winners and losers in Barcelona except these were all the winners. Excel's slick, new android trick, did China steal flexible screen technology from Samsung, the end of Amazon dash buttons. Thoughts on the AT&T Time Warner merger, and will Apple get into the 5G and folding phone games before it's too late? This and more coming up on FTP.