Monday, 21 May 2018

We now know what 5G looks like

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Friday 10 February 17

3GPP dusts off its easel, as Cisco predicts big things for next-gen mobile tech.

After all the hype; the ambitious proclamations about performance; and the future-gazing at all the wonderful services to come, this week, we finally learned what 5G actually looks like. It looks like a large, black number five, next to a slightly smaller, black letter G that has three green, curved lines above it. The letters are slightly italicised. That's right, 3GPP on Tuesday unveiled its official 5G logo. "The new logo…is a development of the existing LTE waves, using the green of the LTE-Advanced Pro version. The idea is to keep a familiar design aspect with the use of plain back text and textured waves…

After all the hype; the ambitious proclamations about performance; and the future-gazing at all the wonderful services to come, this week, we finally learned what 5G actually looks like. It looks like a large, black number five, next to a slightly smaller, black letter G that has three green, curved lines above it. The letters are slightly italicised. That's right, 3GPP on Tuesday unveiled its official 5G logo. "The new logo…is a development of the existing LTE waves, using the green of the LTE-Advanced Pro version. The idea is to keep a familiar design aspect with the use of plain back text and textured waves…

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