The Wireless Broadband Alliance says Wi-Fi 6 is ready for deployment, with it shown to deliver data rates nearly three times faster than Wi-Fi 5.
Demand for IoT in mining is increasing, but poor connectivity is affecting the reliable collection of data, according to new research.
The Cambium Networks XV3-8 uses 802.11ax technology, providing enhancements for IoT network segmentation, improved battery life and better use of frequencies.
First-phase Wi-Fi 6E trials have achieved multi-gigabit speeds and low latency required for "the next generation of connectivity", according to WBA.
Inmarsat's GX Aviation solution has powered more than one million free in-flight Wi-Fi broadband sessions for Air New Zealand passengers in the space of a year.
Seven hundred and fifty mobile base stations have been installed under the Mobile Black Spot Program, marking over 70% completion of the 1047 base stations funded so far.
Ericsson and Tele2 have launched what they claim is Russia's first 5G zone, via Tele2's commercial network in central Moscow.
The DIST-ICT200DB-12IRC/MIL has been engineered and tested to meet the challenging MIL-STD-810G standard for harsh environmental and battlefield conditions.
The UK government has launched a competition that will see UK and South Korean businesses pilot 5G technology on Seoul subways.
Autonomous drones have successfully been flown by Percepto over SK Telecom's 5G trial network.
Mobile and broadband services are being rolled out in rural areas of the Northern Territory by the NT Government and Telstra.