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The rapid emergence of wireless communications technology has cut the tether that once connected users and their devices to the physical network. Both consumers and business leaders benefit from the rise in mobile computing that the development of the wireless industry allows as it makes the transmission of all types of messages easier and enables real-time communications. Growth within this area will certainly only continue, with developers constantly refining wireless network protocols to enable users to keep up with wireless trends.

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FEATURED EVENT:
CommunicAsia 2019
18-20 June 2018
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Inspired by the radical changes in the ICT industry, the refreshed CommunicAsia continues to be Asia’s most established and relevant event for industry professionals in the telecommunications sector. It brings together thought-leaders, decision makers, influencers throughout the ecosystem to network, explore new technologies, share ideas and create valuable opportunities for all. IEEE ComSoc is a supporting organization of the 2018 CommunicAsia conference. Find registration details on the CommunicAsia 2018 website.

Analyst Angle: 10 2018 mobile and wireless forecasts and trends
“5G, IoT, Services (vs. Apps), Over the Top (OTT), Smartphones, App Layer vs. OS Layer, Augmented Reality (AR), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Virtual Reality (VR) are hot mobile topics for 2018. There’s a number of new breakthrough developments that will make 2018 our best year yet in mobile and wireless.” [RCR Wireless]

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