5G uncovered: The conspiracy, secret tech and Israeli connection
CTech deep dived to bring you everything you need to know about 5G
What is it about 5G technology that makes it such a popular target for conspiracy theories? Is it due to the timing of its rollout coinciding with the outbreak of coronavirus (Covid-19)? Or perhaps it is just rooted in the long-standing fear some humans have always had of new technology, especially that which operates on invisible waves and frequencies? Whatever the answer might be, 5G, the fifth generation technology standard for cellular networks, has been making plenty of headlines recently.
CTech deep dived into the conspiracies, tech, and Israeli innovation to bring you everything you need to know about 5G.
5G is driving the world crazy, but what is it really? The fifth generation technology standard for cellular networks has been making plenty of headlines recently, but most of them had very little to do with how the technology actually works and what needs it aims to satisfy. Read more
Israel leading global 5G revolution. There are currently over 25 Israeli companies working on 5G related tech, from giants like Intel to small early-stage startups. Read more
U.S. or China: Who will end up winning the 5G Cold War? This Cold War is not about advanced weaponry or the pursuit of noble causes like social ideology or conquering outer space. This time it is about the long and tedious battle over advanced telecommunication technology. Read more
When it comes to 5G, colorful conspiracies have trumped boring old facts. A victim of poor timing, 5G will forever be associated with the
Covid-19 pandemic. Read more
10 Israeli companies banking on 5G success. It should come as little surprise to anyone who knows the Israeli tech scene that local startups are at the edge of innovation when it comes to 5G technology. Read more
Opinion | Startups, here's what you should know about telcos. As the telecom providers grow their operations, they are going to need expertise in how to automate, orchestrate, and, to a lesser extent, secure their new NFV-based base stations. Read more