On June 24th, InterDigital’s Bob Gazda, Senior Director of Technology Development, participated in a webinar conducted by RCR Wireless along with industry experts from Ixia, Republic Wireless and Senza Fili Consulting. The dynamic panel discussion surrounded the opportunities and limitations of carrier-grade Wi-Fi as well as security issues for evaluating Wi-Fi offload strategies and how service providers can monetize Wi-Fi. To listen to the panelists’ assessments of these topics, and to view the full webinar,... Read More
The initial requirements for 5G networks highlighted the need for an increase in spectrum, but that need has now expanded. Following the LTE and 5G World Summit Conferences, IDG News published an article that addresses the telecommunication industry’s search for new frequencies in which to operate 5G networks.
In the article, InterDigital’s Robert “Bob” DiFazio, Chief Engineer, discusses the growing need to unlock new spectrum bands in the 6GHZ to 100GHz range. “The use of... Read More
From the 2015 Future of Wireless International Conference in London, Mobile World Live published an article focused on the hot topic of day one at the conference – 5G.
The article discusses the opportunities that 5G may provide to the wireless technology industry, government and regulators. According to Keysight Technologies, a United States test and measurement company, 5G is an opportunity to rethink the approach to the next phase of communications. Alan Carlton, Vice President... Read More
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education is a key to the next generation of researchers, engineers and business leaders as well as the competitiveness of our nation in an increasingly interconnected global economy. DelawareOnline recently published an article written by Bill Merritt, President and CEO of InterDigital, which emphasizes the need for an increase in support of STEM education in America.
As a mobile technology research and development company, InterDigital depends on the... Read More
The fifth generation wireless standard – 5G – is anticipated to be the most critical advancement in digital society and Europe has taken significant steps to lead that development globally. Yesterday, Mobile Europe released an article that features new European research initiatives related to the development and roll out of 5G – and InterDigital Europe was highlighted as a contributor.