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TAICS and ARIB Jointly to Boost 5G-era Smartphone Services in Taiwan

By Korbin Lan
Published: Oct 31,2017

TAIPEI, Taiwan – Taiwan Association of Information and Communication Standards (TAICS) and Association of Radio Industries and Businesses (ARIB) today organized jointly the “5G-era Smartphone Application and Service Workshop” in Taipei, Taiwan. The two introduced the “User behavior survey for Smartphone” and discussed the how to realize the 5G-era in the view point of Service and Applications.

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The fifth generation communications system 5G which will be succeeded 4G is the new mobile communication system having main 3 performances such as “ultra-high speed/large capacity”, “large numbers of connections”, “ultra-low latency” which further developed the existing systems. In recent years, activities related to research and development and international standardization of technologies and functions supporting 5G are accelerating towards the realization of 5g in 2020.

On the workshop, TAICS and ARIB introduced the hot topics on “User behavior survey for Smartphone” and discussed the how to realize the 5G-era in the view point of Service and Applications. It was very useful for all participants to have information sharing and exchange views between both associations for the collaboration on 5G.

TAICS and ARIB agreed to continue the study and exchange views on the 5G realization as the series of the 5G event.

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