We are seeing the term 6G more and more in research publications and at conferences, as well as in the general media. This raises a number of questions, including: – Why talk about 6G now when 5G has only just been launched? – When will 6G become available? – What will its new uses […]
Introduction In 1889, Nikola Tesla created a high-frequency radio generator. A few years later, he tested the world’s first wireless communication. Then, in 1897, Guglielmo Marconi accomplished the first radio communication, using Morse code signals, over a distance of 14 km in Great Britain. This marked the beginning of the remarkable progression of radio communication through […]
It’s 6 pm and I’m leaving work on my bike. Using GPS coordinates, my connected watch lets my household know I’m on my way. Hang on, I’ve got a message from my fridge: “We need more butter and eggs”. Quick detour to the supermarket and I’m back home. Red alert from my son’s schoolbag: Oscar still […]
Quantum Physics: from everyday life applications to network security The word “quantum” relates to the world of the infinitely small, therefore the constituent elements of matter (molecules, atoms, particles, etc.). The objects around us respect the laws of classical physics for space and time: for example, if a car is traveling from point A to […]
The spectators of the French Windsurf Championships have had the opportunity to experience real-time immersion thanks to a connectivity bubble.
Orange is involved in the University of Côte d’Azur’s Quantum@UCA project on quantum cryptographic key exchange over a city network.
With various academic partners and three companies, Orange has developed the OptimiSME solution to meet the expectations of SMEs for radio networks.
The 5G dynamic is enabling mobilisation of the ecosystem in bridging the gap of internet connectivity in sparsely populated areas.
Orange has conducted experiments showing that binaural sound on smartphones has been adapted for consumer roll-out.
Orange is preparing to test the smart antennas that will make up the 5th generation (5G) mobile networks of tomorrow.
Telecom systems and networks are caught in a massive long term evolution, from top-down-designed architectures under exclusive mastery of a single operator, towards federations of loosely coupled autonomous or semi-autonomous systems, managed by multiple independent actors, self-organizing in a bottom up fashion. The “systems of systems” viewpoint is meant to elicit the specificities of these new architectures, to analyze their non-engineered behaviors and evolutions, and to ultimately support their design and mastery under a new approach of engineering.
The purpose of ambient connectivity is to provide excellent connectivity to every user, anytime and anywhere.