Bil­lion-dol­lar econ­omy from the tini­est pro­ces­sors

Daily Sabah (Turkey) - - Lifestyle - Timur Sırt Twit­ter @tlenks

The 2019 road map for 5G sup­port­ing phones and op­er­a­tors has been an­nounced at the Qual­comm Snap­dragon tech sum­mit. The new Snap­dragon 855 platform will bring forth a bil­lion-dol­lar ecosys­tem via en­abling AI-fo­cused en­ter­prises in sec­tors such as pro­fes­sional pho­tog­ra­phy, se­cu­rity, health care and en­ter­tain­ment

ADVANCES such as 5G an­ten­nas smaller than a penny and the Snap­dragon 855 pro­ces­sor cre­ate an un­matched bil­lion-dol­lar ecosys­tem which en­ables the cre­ation and suc­cess of new en­ter­prises. The 2019 road map of the new pro­ces­sor platform which makes heav­ier use of ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence (AI) for smart­phones, mo­bile de­vices and op­er­a­tors has been an­nounced at the Qual­comm Snap­dragon sum­mit. Ac­cord­ing to the road map, more than 20 5G net­works in the U.S., China, Europe, Ja­pan, South Korea and Aus­tralia will be­come avail­able for com­mer­cial use in the first half of 2019. Also in the same pe­riod, 5G sup­port­ing smart­phones that make heav­ier use of AI tech­nolo­gies will be­come avail­able to con­sumers. En­ter­prises that use 5G net­work and AI tech­nolo­gies are de­vel­op­ing new so­lu­tions that will cre­ate a big­ger econ­omy for the Snap­dragon 855 platform. New pro­ces­sors will bring 5G, along with its new en­ter­prise ecosys­tem, to in­sti­tu­tional and re­tail users.


It is now time to de­velop the road map that will trans­form Tur­key and take steps that will help the cre­ation of fu­ture en­ter­prises. The 5G net­work and reg­u­la­tory de­ci­sions are wait­ing for steps that will cre­ate fund­ing and ensure that Tur­key does not lose its global-level tal­ent in ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence, cloud tech­nol­ogy and in­dus­try 4.0 to in­ter­na­tional com­peti­tors. Op­er­a­tors have been con­duct­ing tests for a long time. Lo­cally-made cell tow­ers de­vel­oped by a group led by Asel­san are cur­rently be­ing used in live net­works. Argela, a part­ner of Türk Telekom, is also in this group. Argela is cur­rently con­duct­ing work on 5G in­fra­struc­ture with many gi­ant in­ter­na­tional cor­po­ra­tions. Other op­er­a­tors have also been con­duct­ing 5G tests for a long time and do­ing live field tests.

On the sub­ject of 5G, the use of lo­cal­ly­de­vel­oped tech­nolo­gies is in­creas­ing di­rectly pro­por­tional to the num­ber of lo­cal en­ter­prises.


The Qual­comm Snap­dragon 855 Mo­bile Platform an­nounced in the Snap­dragon Tech Sum­mit is the first com­mer­cial mo­bile platform in the world that sup­ports multi-gi­ga­bit 5G, AI and also aug­mented and ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence. Us­ing pro­ces­sor ar­chi­tec­tures that rely on 7 nanome­ter pro­ces­sor tech­nolo­gies, Snap­dragon 855 of­fers its users a su­pe­rior ex­pe­ri­ence in var­i­ous sub­jects such as longer bat­tery life, vi­su­al­iza­tion, sound, video games and ex­tended re­al­ity (XR).

With fast con­nec­tion times, 5G net­works will make many new ap­pli­ca­tions avail­able for use. Games with ex­ten­sive hard­ware re­quire­ments will be­come pos­si­ble to play through the cloud. Ap­pli­ca­tions that make use of AI to ma­nip­u­late video and pho­to­graphs will be able to op­er­ate faster in the same man­ner. Mo­bile com­merce will be greatly af­fected by the new platform, which will make se­cu­rity even more im­por­tant.

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