Verizon desarrolla los drones y la RA como casos de uso de la 5G AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 23 OCT 2017 Oculus Quest 2 hailed as Facebook pushes VR Previous ArticleEssential aims for sales boost through price cutNext ArticleMediaTek endures tough times in H1 LIVE FROM CONNECT BERLIN, GERMANY: A boost in the number of high-end smartphones with 4K screens and growing popularity of home, VR and augmented reality (AR) technology will ramp the pressure to supply low latency, high bandwidth, connectivity in the home.Adtran EMEA and APAC CTO Ronan Kelly (pictured) made the prediction during the fixed infrastructure vendor’s Connect Berlin event. Kelly, who is also president of pressure group FTTH Council Europe, pointed to forthcoming bandwidth-hungry services pushing the need for gigabit fibre.“It’s very rare a consumer takes a conscious decision to use more bandwidth,” he said: “Everyone is investing in personalised voice automation [for example]. These devices represent the future of search, but latency destroys the experience.”In addition to connected home technology, Kelly added broadband providers need to deliver high bandwidth to deal with forthcoming technological innovations including an influx of handsets he expects to adopt 4K screens following the launch of Sony’s XZ premium in February.Sony was among the first vendors to launch smartphones with the high resolution screen technology, which is most associated with premium televisions.“We are now at 4K, first with Sony then a bunch of other handsets this year. With a two-and-a-half year refresh on handsets it’s a timing issue now [until it becomes mainstream],” Kelly told Mobile World Live in a post-event interview.“It’s premium handsets at the moment, but it will make its way into the mainstream handsets next year and after that it will be in the economy handsets. Before you know it everyone has 4K in their pocket.”While 4K is capable of delivering high-resolution gaming, VR and AR would need to reach the equivalent of 12K resolution to look truly realistic to the naked eye, Kelly added, noting this would cause further network strain.“One of the very important things to keep in mind about VR is you have two screens, with two different feeds coming in if it’s in 3D. To get the seamless field of view, at best you’ll need to provision a 120-degree screen. When you start blowing up to 12K resolution the file size becomes astronomic very quickly,” he explained. Chris Donkin Home Next gen devices tipped to push bandwidth limits Related Devices Feature Discussion: The booming 5GtoC application industry AdtransARVR Chris joined the Mobile World Live team in November 2016 having previously worked at a number of UK media outlets including Trinity Mirror, The Press Association and UK telecoms publication Mobile News. After spending 10 years in journalism, he moved… Read more Tags Author
Google+ €36m reduction in GLAS allocation for 2017 is failing farmers – McConalogue Consultation launched on proposal to limit HGV traffic in Clady 45 new social homes to be built in Dungloe Hospitalisations rise as Donnelly suggests masks will stay ’til autumn Previous articleBroadband and Mobile Phone Commission recommendations need real authority in order to deliver – CopeNext articleBrexit attributed to record demand for Irish passports this year admin Pinterest Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Today is the 30th anniversary of Eddie Fullerton’s murder Homepage BannerNews Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Fine Gael has been accused of failing farmers with a €36m reduction in the GLAS allocation for the coming new year.Donegal Deputy, Charlie McConalogue says he is appalled by the reduction after promises of a €250m allocation.The Fianna Fail Agriculture Spokesperson believes the underspend is on course to be close to €400m.Figures released by Minister Michael Creed reveal that only €214m of the promised €250m has been allocated for GLAS.Fianna Fail Agriculture Spokesperson, Charlie McConalogue says he is appalled by the €36m reduction with 38,000 farmers signing up to GLAS to date.The Donegal Deputy is calling on Minister Creed to ensure farmers are facilitated into the scheme as there is sufficent funding available with €1.5bn allocated to the Rural Development Project until 2020.He says his party will continue to campaign and hold the Government to account on this matter. Google+ Twitter WhatsApp Donegal hoteliers enjoy morale boost as bookings increase By admin – December 28, 2016 Disruption to cancer service will increase mortality – Oncologist
From the magazine: Jano Vermaak names his Perfect XVSA Rugby MagUndo SumabisThis Is What Happens To Your Body If You Sleep With Socks OnSumabis|SponsoredSponsoredUndo A national camp recall for powerful centre Rohan Janse van Rensburg would make complete sense in a wider Springbok context, writes CRAIG LEWIS.As the year progresses, the possibility of the Springboks featuring in Test action this year remains about as clear as mud.The latest reports suggest it could be Georgia and not South Africa who replace Japan in the Eight Nations, while talks around the prospects of the Rugby Championship taking place are expected to come to a head this week.READ: Boks to miss Eight Nations – reportBok coach Jacques Nienaber has also mentioned more than once that it could be quite possible that his first Test in charge would only be when the British & Irish Lions take on the world champions in the series opener at FNB Stadium next year.Yet, there is enduring hope that the Springboks will still have the opportunity to compete in six Tests during a revised Rugby Championship to finally achieve some much-needed objectives more than a year after winning the World Cup.Nienaber and director of rugby Rassie Erasmus will need to ‘Boks’ clever, though, when it comes to settling on a squad should the Rugby Championship go ahead, with domestic fixtures yet to be officially confirmed, while overseas-based players are spread across the globe.It’s likely to lead to a large squad of 40 to 50 players being grouped in a training camp when it becomes possible to gather, and it was no real surprise to hear Sale Sharks director of rugby Steve Diamond state that he expected to lose virtually his entire South African contingent.This could mean recalls for the likes of the Du Preez brothers – Robert, Jean-Luc and Daniel – as well as Akker van der Merwe, Coenie Oosthuizen and Janse van Rensburg, who all missed out on a place in the Springboks’ 2019 World Cup squad.The call-ups of England-based players makes particular sense when one considers they were among the first to return to action when the Premiership resumed in mid-August.It’s these players in the UK who will be most battle hardened, and the Bok coaches may need to include far more overseas-based players than would be the case when usually giving preference to those playing in South Africa. Unfortunately, that prospect of a local competition remains more than four weeks away.And as the Springboks cast their player net wider, it’s the consideration of Janse van Rensburg returning to the Springbok fold that should provide particular cause for excitement.The burly midfielder was a central figure in the Lions’ golden years when the Johannesburg-based franchise reached three consecutive Vodacom Super Rugby finals, and yet he was repeatedly overlooked by former Bok coach Allister Coetzee.Janse van Rensburg’s only Bok appearance came in a losing cause against Wales at the end of 2016, while some challenges both on and off the field had the centre self-admittedly fall into a ‘dark place’.Realising the need for a change, Janse van Rensburg headed abroad, but his career kick-start at Sale was stalled by a serious injury and a struggle to rediscover his best form.However, the 25-year-old has enjoyed a powerful resurgence in the 2019-20 English Premiership season, and again made a strong start since competition resumed. He currently lies fifth on the Premiership list for defenders beaten (56).His re-emergence as a legitimate Bok contender is particularly timely when one considers that there have been questions over depth at inside centre.Damian de Allende understandably remains the incumbent at 12, while Andre Esterhuizen has provided sturdy backup. 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