Thursday, January 17, 2019

How 6G exceeds 5G? You must know!


It may be disagreeable for those who are still using 2G/3G and unable to get enough 4G signal where they live or work, although the very first 5G services are set to go live next year across the world.

It will be a kick starting for a new age of mobile technology, proficient of ultrafast speeds, higher capacity and also ultra-low latency.

These features will allow to heightened mobile broadband and the probability of new applications in the fields of IoT- Internet of Things, AI-Artificial Intelligence, and VR- Virtual Reality, transforming the path to work.

Let's go deeper and check How 6G exceeds 5G-

Including the 5G standard that recently locked down, and the initial 5G networks rolling out in the year 2019. We actually don't know yet, what impact 5G will possess on the societies.

The first 6G research associations will be concentrating on exploring advanced technologies that aren't yet viable, but that will emerge what the business is executing by 5G. Get those terahertz radio frequencies. To facilitate extremely high data prices and capabilities, 5G promotes cellular radios up in the multi-gigahertz frequencies, which is also known as "millimetre wave." Hence, isn't it too astonishing that 6G will seek to go even far away?
Besides advances in technology, there will be a swing of societal differences due to extensive digitalization of services.

Presently, 3G and 4G are most in demand and popular across the globe, while they are usable on almost all mobile device and everyone is obsessed with internet pace that 3G and 4G technologies produce. To improve this experience now developers are exploring 5G and 6G broadband access technologies because they will present users more than what they expect. The concepts of 6G have greatly been developed, and 5G tech is under development stages. It is also foreseen that 5G will be launched shortly, and will fit with all new Smartphones as well as tablets.


Furthermore, let's delve into what exactly is 6G?

     Enhance performance and boosts your data processing and IOPS
     Data security and protect your system
     Facilitate your service and develop efforts and expand your data centre configuration choices.

It’s very simple to replace 6G while still another industry buzzword, but there is a concept of in terms of what 6G systems will establish. Researches also expect them to be marketed at the beginning of the 2030s, advancing with faster speeds, also the excellent capacity and even lower delay.

At the first 6G networks will be mainly based on 5G infrastructure, a recognition that every generation ‘borrows’ components from the earlier one, and hence it will boost from the extended number of radios and de-centralised system architecture that will obtain a position with 5G.

The frequencies have generally been deemed inappropriate for mobile interfaces but will be an important element of 5G networks. And 6G expects to produce on this legacy by applying airwaves even high in the spectrum.

However, the downside to this bandwidth is it has a low penetration rate signals, determining networks will have to be densified applying micro-infrastructure like tiny cells, which will complement conventional poles. The researchers also consider that it will demand a significant amount of time and resources to obtain the needed density.

Concerning speed, 6G network systems will support 1Tbps with the help of sub-1THZ spectrum and also will concentrate on correlating the “trillions” of things, instead of the “billions” of smartphone devices.

Latency will also be enhanced by making use of AI- Artificial Intelligence to discover the high-grade method to transfer data info from the device to the terminal station and within the channels. It is also prognosticated that businesses outside the mobile industry will perform an extremely exceptional role in standardisation, implying it can be customized to their requirements.

Hence, there has been much talk about producing verticals into the 5G expansion, though very rare organisations in the 3GPP standardisation associations appear from outside. Thus, this will upgrade with 6G very soon.

To conclude-

6G Foresight for the 2030s-  Our community is data-driven, authorised by near-instant, endless wireless connectivity," the essay continues to say on. The modern network will include "assigned computing including intelligence, as well as elements and antennas at extremely high frequencies.

It also indicates that radio-based analysis towards the THz range and AI- artificial intelligence encouraged the applications.


Thus, above was the brief description about How and in what ways 6G will be different for 5G. Also, how 6G is getting ready for future offences.

Author Bio: 
Chris Peter Kimera is the founder of TechTIQ Solutions, a mobile app development company in London. Chris is very passionate about building highly effective outsourced product development teams that build game-changing solutions. 
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Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Fotor - Review

I have been searching for a tool like Fotor for a very long time. I do not have the time to learn photoshop, or the budget to hire a designer for my work, so I have been using online tools to manage my work. Fotor turned out to be ideal with its intelligently built pro-photographer approach to editing and design.


It was user-friendly enough for me to start using almost instantly and has all the features I need to make quick and simple creatives to suit my work. Being able to use fotor on my PC and mobile really makes it a perfect on the go tool and allows me to spend my commute time more constructively.


Fotor also supports RAW file processing, which is really useful for me and I haven't been able to find any other tool for the same price which works this well. I have access to the patented HDR feature even on my mobile, which ensures high definition work is possible even without access to my full setup. This gives me more freedom to step out of my studio and be out and about.


I've also been able to participate in photography competitions organized by Fotor which helped me level up my skills and also motivated me to improve my work through better photo editing. Being able to compete on an international scale has allowed me to really understand what other people are doing, and where I need to go next with my photography and editing. Fotor has given me access to a vibrant and helpful community of photographers like myself, returning many times the value I have invested in it.



Now the Fotor Grand Christmas Giveaway has got me all excited. I'm really hoping I will be able to win the iPhone XS that will be going to a luck lucky winner (hopefully that's me), or at least one of the $650+ prizes that they are waiting to give away. The raffle winner will be announced on the 7th of January and I cannot wait to find out if I won something after this gruelling Christmas and New Year week gets over!


Wednesday, November 14, 2018

The Biggest Technological Trends Coming into 2019



The new year will be here before we know it, and with a new year comes new technological advancements hitting the market. From strides in artificial intelligence and autonomous machines, to consumer electronics, 2019 will be an exciting year for consumers. Here are some of the biggest tech trends we’re looking forward to.


1.    Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality: While we mostly think of gaming when thinking of virtual and augmented reality, companies are finding massive opportunity with the use of VR and AR as well. This has already been seen with Virtualship, a maritime simulation software designed to train U.S. Navy, Army, and Coast Guard ship captains. Large companies like Walmart and Tyson have already started implementing VR and AR into their employee training programs. Walmart uses Oculus Go Headsets to train their employees within 3 key areas; technology, compliance, and customer service. With simulation methods proving to be more cost-effective in the long run, and VR headsets working on improvements, we can expect to see many more companies integrating VR/AR technology into their employee training programs for 2019.

2.    Artificial Intelligence: Artificial intelligence has begun making its way into consumers’ homes around the world. With Alexa, Siri, and Google home occupying over 90% of the market share, there are bound to be many more voice-powered applications developed. Patrick Gauthier, Vice President of Amazon Pay, predicts that voice-powered interfaces will be a change to the shopping industry. “We are at the point of a big transformation,” says Gauthier. “With voice we are going to see different complementary experiences emerge.” He foresees voice being an integral part of executing recurring purchases and allowing consumers to use it differently around the house. AI isn’t only going to be affecting the way we start to do our shopping, but AI is also planning on being integrated into how we drive. Car manufacturers Kia and Hyundai are planning on including AI assistants into their cars. These AI-powered assistants will work very similarly to Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa, being able to interpret suggestions like destinations and provide useful information such as weather or the news.


3.    Multiple Lenses Smartphones: With the decreasing use of DSLR cameras and consumers preferring to use their smartphones for taking photos, it was only a matter of time before smartphone companies would start to make large advances to their cameras. While smartphone companies started with typical single-lens camera technology, more and more mobile companies are evolving to meet consumer demand for higher quality images. German camera manufacturer Leica is leading the charge in this arena. Partnering with Huawei resulted in the creation of the Huawei P20 Pro, the world’s first triple camera smartphone. Leica also invested in the Palo Alto camera company Light, which is about to be taking part in the multiple lens’s smartphone trend as well. Adapting the technology found in their L16 camera, Light is looking to create the first smartphone with nine lenses.



4.    5G Wireless: 4G is so last year, literally. The wireless giant Verizon has an edge on this upcoming trend as they have just released their 5G smartphone prototype and are hoping to place it into the Motorola Moto Z3. Other wireless companies are also planning on incorporating 5G wireless into their products. T-Mobile, who recently signed a deal with Nokia, is also working on their 5G technology and made plans to have their network in 30 cities by the end of this year. Sprint and LG have also announced that their combining forces with their plans for 5G technology, hoping to release the first 5G smartphone. With most wireless companies now in on 5G development, it will be interesting to see who comes out on top. 

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