• All you need to know about 5G mmWave

    13th October 2021 by Blu Wireless

    All you need to know about 5G mmWave

    5G is the next generation of mobile internet connectivity that will power businesses, homes, and cities. It brings together existing services, adding new technologies that focus on the applications rather than the equipment that links...

  • The impact of 5G and mmWave: Modernising defence communications

    7th September 2021 by Blu Wireless

    The impact of 5G and mmWave: Modernising defence communications

    This article first appeared as an interview in the July/August edition of ‘Global Military Communications’. Edited by Laurence Russell, Assistant Editor, GMC. With Militaries around the globe adopting ambitious modernisation programmes, 5G technologies are being...

  • 5G is coming of age

    24th August 2021 by Blu Wireless

    5G is coming of age

    5G infrastructure is much more than just a mobile connectivity service, it is a communication ecosystem that will provide fibre-like speeds to a wide range of industries. Now, across the globe, a host of dedicated,...

  • Employee Spotlight: Liz Ward

    4th August 2021 by Blu Wireless

    Employee Spotlight: Liz Ward

    Liz Ward, our Finance Technician, has recently transitioned into this new role from the Admin Team. We’ve sat down with her to discuss what drove her to make the change and how Blu Wireless supported...

  • Combining 5G IoT and mmWave: the best of both worlds

    28th July 2021 by Neill Young

    Combining 5G IoT and mmWave: the best of both worlds

    5G brings benefits not just to consumers and enterprises but also to the Internet of Things (IoT), with a number of new features being introduced to enable further enrichment of the IoT ecosystem. However, 5G...

  • 5G for security industry comes of age

    21st July 2021 by Mark Barrett

    5G for security industry comes of age

    This article first appeared on IFSEC Global. Digital transformation has changed the face of perimeter security and defence, with the traditional physical perimeter being replaced by a network of endpoints that can often be moved....

More