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Megatrends for this decade – VII

6. Everything is smart, embedded intelligence This Megatrend may appear “outdated”. If you look around with a lay-person’s eye you’ll see plenty of ads claiming “intelligence” of products, most of the time in a ridiculous way. The first (that I know of) “intelligent” toothbrush debuted at CES 2017, now you …

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Megatrends for this decade – III

2. Global gigabit connectivity at ultra-low cost This megatrend is actually the convergence of three: “global”, “gigabit ” and “ultra-low cost”. The quest for coverage and for performance is nothing new, as a matter of fact. the novelty is in the “quality” and “quantity” foreseen by this trend. Connectivity has …

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6G enters orbit

As most Countries are focussing on accelerating the deployment of 5G China has decided to move forward and deploy… 6G. Well, as I mentioned in the series of post on 6G, 6G does not exist yet, we actually are not even sure what it will look like. One of the …

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6G does not exist, yet it is already here! – XIX

The quest for intelligence Networks were born as mechanical systems, not really a surprise if one considers the time of their “invention”. Even the first “robots” were mechanical systems. Intelligence in a mechanical system is not necessarily “null”, the basic building stones for intelligence are present in (some) mechanical systems: …

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6G does not exist, yet it is already here! – XVIII

The quest for new players Telecommunications biz was born as a vertically integrated sector. The separation between “Operators” and “Manufacturers” took place soon but the two worlds have remained closely interconnected. The ITU, International Telecommunication Union, saw the participation of both Operators and Manufacturers (the members of ITU, a branch …

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