5G Devices Are Evolving Beyond Smartphones to Battery-less IoT
The landscape of 5G devices is evolving rapidly to meet the diverse needs of various use cases, ranging from smartphones to specialized IoT devices and emerging battery-less ambient IoT devices. Today, 5G Americas, the voice of 5G and beyond in the Americas, has introduced a briefing paper titled 'Evolving Devices for 5G Adoption' which examines the evolution of 5G devices, shedding light on optimization and adaptation of 5G technologies that cater to a wide array of use cases.
Chris Pearson, President of 5G Americas, shared his perspective: "The evolution of 5G devices signifies a dynamic shift in connectivity, transforming industries and empowering individuals. From the power of smartphones to the promise of Ambient IoT, this 5G Americas' briefing paper unveils the future diversity of 5G devices."
Key topics covered in this latest 5G Americas briefing paper include:
Yuchul Kim, Principal Engineer, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., and working group co-leader of this 5G Americas project stated, "This 5G Americas paper provides a holistic view of how 5G devices are evolving to address the diverse needs of today's interconnected world and serves as a testament to the continuing innovation driving toward new services offered by the 5G industry."
About 5G Americas: The Voice of 5G and LTE for the Americas
5G Americas is an industry trade organization composed of leading telecommunications service providers and manufacturers. The organization's mission is to facilitate and advocate for the advancement of 5G and beyond throughout the Americas. 5G Americas is invested in developing a connected wireless community while leading 5G development for all the Americas. 5G Americas is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington. More information is available at 5G Americas' website, LinkedIn, and X (formerly Twitter).
5G Americas' Board of Governors Members include Airspan Networks Inc., Antel, AT&T, Ciena, Cisco, Crown Castle, Ericsson, Liberty Latin America, Mavenir, Nokia, Qualcomm Incorporated, Rogers Communications, Samsung, T-Mobile US, Inc., Telefónica, VMware, and WOM.