Ahead of this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Intel have announced they’ll be taking the occasion to undertaking what they say is the world’s first 5GNR public interoperability demonstration in cooperation with Huawei.
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HP have brought some robust hardware to the table here but the software powering that experience means it just doesn’t feel ready for prime-time.
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