Internet of Things

What to Expect From the 5G Technology. Is it on Its Way to Bulgaria?

The new technology is the network of the future. What will exactly offer?
One key goal of 5G is to dramatically improve quality of service, and extend that quality over a broader geographic area, in order for the wireless industry to remain competitive against the onset of gigabit fiber service coupled with Wi-Fi.

High Prices For Conversations with Other EU Countries Will be Limited

Lower prices for telephone calls between EU countries are proposed by the Parliament in Strasbourg. MEPs will vote on a resolution recommending new rules on telecommunications, reported the Bulgarian National Television. 

The law will restrict from 15 May 2019 the cost of telephone calls within the European Union to 19 euro cents per minute for calls and 6 euro cents for messages.

Vivacom Launches 'Viva Smart' IoT Platform

Vivacom launched Viva Smart, a new IoT platform that includes three products for clever urban management, data storage and smart education. The first is Viva Smart City, an innovative platform for urban management, monitoring and analysis that offers both community-based software and mobile applications for all its residents and guests.

Telenor Bulgaria Backs Second Global Datathon 2018

Telenor Bulgaria said it's backing the second edition of the international Global Datathon 2018 hackathon that will be held between 28 and 30 September. Global Datathon 2018 is a 48-hour competition organised by the volunteer organisation Data Science Society. Its participants will be able to work with mentors and experts from around the world.

5G national strategy completed in 2018; tech implementation to attract 9b USD in investment by 2026

Romania's 5G communications national strategy will be completed by the end of 2018, while the implementation of this technology in Romania will bring about 9 billion US dollars in total investment over the next eight years in energy and utilities, public security, financial services and healthcare, Minister of Communications and Information Society Bogdan Cojocaru told AGERPRES on Tuesd