The BitDepth column written by Mark Lyndersay.
Commentary about current technology events, trends or developments.
Press releases from technology related vendors, clients and developers.
Old reporting that’s relevant again
Brief notes and reports on technology developments in Trinidad and Tobago.
Reporting on technology matters.
Conversations of interest
Reporting on the impact of Covid-19 in T&T
“We now have 20 offices, more than 3,500 employees, and we have created 65,000 indirect jobs in the [Latin American] Region.” – Stephen Zhu.
In the 5G era, energy systems from sites to bearer networks and core networks will become increasingly large and complex…
Huawei is reassured by the UK government’s confirmation that we can continue working with our customers to keep the 5G roll-out on track.
“The scenario is fully portable and will work anywhere that has 5G coverage. At this time the unrestricted movement is allowed.” – Hassel Bacchus
“When used in tandem with the government’s broader vision, 5G will facilitate a new phase in the country’s development,” – Robert Le Hunte.
Chandrika Samaroo announced that the company had been awarded frequency in the 850MHZ spectrum on the AWS (Advanced Wireless Services) carrier band in July and licensed it in August.
“Huawei’s vision is to bring digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world. 5G will be a key enabling technology for this world.” Huawei’s Ryan Ding
“Striking a mutually beneficial and win-win agreement serves the interests of China and the US and meets the expectations of the world.” – Song Yumin
The most challenging issue Samsung addressed with the Galaxy S10 5G was developing technology to support 5G bandwidth, operating on the higher frequencies.
Industry pundits say 5G and AI are quintessential to ushering in Industry 4.0, which will fundamentally alter how people live and work.
The result of a groundbreaking engineering process, Galaxy S10’s unique Infinity-O Display packs an array of sensors and camera technology into a hole-in display.
“What will be needed as the next important elements for 5G success are network density coupled with the availability of sufficient internationally harmonized low band, mid band, and high band spectrum.”
Huawei began rolling out commercial 5G networks in 2018. It took the lead in the launch of a full range of commercial 5G products, 5G field testing and verification, and large-scale 5G commercial use.
5G will lead to a new era of technology innovation as it transforms how people and things interact in the world even as LTE capabilities expand […]
A new5G Americas infographic with information from TeleGeography revealed that 14 LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) networks were in operation as of June 2018 in a sample of 29 […]