Networking & Internet

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    Delivering State-of-the-Art Testing Procedures for 5G Device Safety through IEC/IEEE Joint Standards

    Highlights 5G mmWave is a key element of 5G technology. Within a few years, most 5G mobile devices will have mmWave capability. IEC/IEEE 63195 joint standards aim to meet advances in mobile technology and help consumers feel confident that 5G technology is matched with the highest EMF safety testing standards.…

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    Bringing Reliable, Universal Connectivity to Mexico

    Paola Cicero was intrigued with India’s effort to understand their internet connectivity needs as part of the country’s effort to improve rural communications. As a volunteer at the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) contributing to the Connectivity and Telecom Practice, she soon realized that Mexico, where she currently lives and…

  • Cloud computing

    New IEEE Standard Advances Federated Cloud Computing

    Computing increasingly is performed “in the cloud,” meaning that the necessary servers, data storage devices, software and related digital tools and services are not local resources, but rather they are utilized via a remote data center managed by a cloud service provider. Users turn to cloud computing-enabled applications to augment…

  • Vehicular Mobility

    IEEE SA Places Focus to Fuel the Future of Mobility

    Transportation is all about moving goods and people from place to place. The mobility industry, which comprises roadways, railways, airways, and waterways, is undergoing disruptive changes driven by technological advancements, particularly information and communication technologies (ICTs). For example, the evolution of road transportation is driven by connectivity, increasing autonomy, electrification,…

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    IEEE P802.3df™ Defines Architecture Holistically to Achieve 800 Gb/s and 1.6 Tb/s Ethernet

    Ethernet networking technology has come a long way since 1985 when the seminal Ethernet standard IEEE 802.3™ was published, providing for packet-based data transfer at 10 Mb/s. Since then Ethernet speeds have increased exponentially to 400 Gb/s, and Ethernet has both driven and benefitted from the growth of information and…

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    Four Connectivity and Telecom Trends to Watch in 2022

    As we look toward 2022, we can see the evidence of a convergence of influencing factors driving a rapid advancement of technology innovation. But to talk about what we see for 2022, we first need to step back a few years for context. In 2020, global organizations engaged in digital…

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    How Open Radio Access Network (Open RAN) Will Innovate Mobile Networks

    Chances are that when we phone or text someone, send a video clip or use our computer to log onto a communications network, we don’t think much about the underlying network technology we are using. But it has been undergoing constant evolution over the years, and open standards have played…

  • New Standard Allows Operators to Better Manage Ethernet Networks

    Many, if not most, of the tasks we do as we go through our personal and business life each day require connectivity — everything from checking the weather or getting directions to giving a video presentation to a client or sending a contract for an e-signature to close a major…

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    Breaking the Industry Silos for 5G Networks and Beyond

    In recent years, the advent of 5G sparked excitement among consumers and also triggered vigorous discussions among experts. List of 5G Capabilities New and emerging features were continuously added to the list of 5G capabilities, to name a few: Immersive mobile media and education Real-time surveillance/facial recognition and predictive policing…

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    How Time-Sensitive Networking Benefits Fronthaul Transport

    Ethernet networking technology has continually evolved to meet increasingly demanding requirements ever since its invention nearly 50 years ago, and its latest enhancement is the ability to perform Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN). TSN will bring real-time monitoring, control, and communications capabilities to autonomous and other connected systems.  Initially used in audio/video…

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