5G enables many new business cases using cloud technologies. 5G was designed to serve the needs of verticals like factories,Read more
The introduction of 5G was supposed to change how humanity uses mobile internet. From providing low-latency connectivity for mobile phones to making things like robotic surgery possible over long distances, 5G has the potential to be an invaluable tool.
On paper, it sounds like the perfect plan, but now that companies have begun to roll out the technology, a new challenge has appeared. Can 5G communications interfere with aviation instruments? Here’s what is known now and what the implications could mean for flight.
e latest upgrade to mobile broadband networks, 5G, is now available in much of the United States. The speed and reliability provide significant utility for businesses that have adopted internet-dependent Industry 4.0 technology.
Private 5G networks, which are owned and operated by private businesses, can provide companies with even more control and utility.
his is how businesses are using private 5G networks to support Industry 4.0 technology — and how they could be an essential part of the future for smart industrial tech.
5G networks are becoming a key part of our critical infrastructure, enabling wireless networking in a broad range of scenarios from mobile broadband to massive IoT. Until recently though there has only been moderate noticeable output by national regulators on the specific security risks 5G systems are subject to.
Cybersecurity Magazine takes a look at the efforts made by the EU and its “Toolbox” to better realize guidance beyond industry standards and ensure a common security baseline at scale.
In our latest video we discuss the concept of Open RAN, what it is, what it means for 5G and also what it means for the security of 5G networks. Enjoy our editorial from Cybersecurity Magazine.Read more
Businesses are eager to utilize 5G for local deployments – if those are implemented securely. In its latest whitepaper, wenovator explores what it takes to ensure holistic security in private 5G networks.Read more
In the second episode of our editorial podcast on 5G security, we elaborate on the need of virtualization for 5G. On one hand, being software-based, virtualization makes 5G networks more vulnerable, while also vritualization opens up more possibilities for securing mobile networks.Read more
In our first edition of a series, we’re giving an overview of 5G security and what it means for the future. Further in the series, we’re deep diving into the different topics of 5G security.
Join our editors Dr. Anand Prasad, Patrick Boch and Rajeev in understanding the full impact of 5G security.
The field of telecommunications in general, and mobile network security in particular, is a prime example for the importance ofRead more
A surge in consumer traffic powered by the increased use of internet-based digital content and enhanced mobile broadband services for mobileRead more