Telecoms, tech and IoT marketing insights
You’re a great 6G start-up—perhaps some smart folks at a University, say, who see potential starting into business together, or you’re refugees from some big dumb service provider that’s proving too slow to bring that game-changing bit of comms innovation to market.
One step forward—but thankfully it’s never more than one step back with O-RAN.
Private and public 5G at 10 Spanish rail terminals? Sounds a better idea than canning free passenger wi-fi to us.
5G has long been touted as a means to introduce new levels of remote maintenance and to support safety. New research shows how.
What’s the impact of eliminating wired connections at rail crossings? Can 5G deliver real, tangible benefits? Or are we talking about yet more puffery?
The next person who suggests you save money by using AI to write your marketing ‘stuff’? Fire their ass on the spot
This is what we DID not do to write this article:
Enter ‘Create a blog post about why it is bad marketing for your tech brand using a Shakespearean conceit for your intro’ into the suddenly ubiquitous ChatGPT.
A significant set of numbers: real 5G savings and real 5G economic benefits identified in two traditional industries
5G as an enabler for low-latency applications is well-known. Less well-known is how PoCs and trials translate into real economic benefits. Could recent research indicate that the tide is turning and that we’re about to see some payback?
5G-enabled service showcases practical applications that benefit people, in places where such interventions can make a real difference to society.