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Hailed as the future gold mine of the digital economy, the Internet of Things encompasses billions of connected objects whose data is managed on networks. How can we meet the connectivity needs of all these connected objects? How can we develop an ecosystem of applications and services that turns innovation into tangible benefits in our daily lives? That is up for debate.

XR: 5G extends the boundaries of reality

Extended Reality (XR), a generic concept that encompasses all immersive technologies, is slow to deliver on its promises. But 5G is poised to change the game and address some of the challenges by paving the way for an optimised distribution of processing capabilities. The ecosystem and its players are mobilised for this revolution spearheaded by Qualcomm Technologies, a leading innovator in the world of mobile technologies.
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Folder: Smart Business

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