Samsung introduces Cloud-Based 5G network solutions with Microsoft
Samsung Electronics today announced its agreement with Microsoft on an end-to-end cloud-based private 5G network solution. As part of this partnership, the two companies plan to advance the virtualization of 5G solutions, which include Samsung’s Virtualized RNA, virtualized Core, and Microsoft Azure Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) technologies.
The main goal of this collaboration is to lead to innovations that reduce barriers to access to private 5G networks in companies, including retail stores, smart factories, and entertainment venues such as stadiums. Through a cloud-based approach to the market, companies aim to achieve greater cost-effectiveness over 5G expansion.
“The combination of Samsung’s fully-virtualized 5G end-to-end solutions on Azure will bring cloud-based network solutions to operators and industry”.
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Complete Virtualization: The key to accelerating up private 5G networks
This collaboration highlights the key advantages of cloud networks that help companies accelerate 5G deployment and accelerate the implementation of private 5G networks.
Implementing fully virtualized 5G solutions on a cloud-enabled platform allows for wide-ranging improvements in the scalability and flexibility of networks for mobile operators and organizations.
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“Combining Samsung’s virtualized 5G solutions and Microsoft Azure cloud, we look forward to delivering a best-in-class 5G solution that advances opportunities in the private network sector. Through this collaboration, we will continue to push the boundaries of innovation in 5G and beyond.”
Samsung is a leader in the successful distribution of 5G end-to-end solutions, including chipsets, radios, and core networks. The company supports 5G commercial services in major markets, including Korea and the U.S., where 5G subscribers worldwide live and support 5G expansion in Japan. In addition, the company is rapidly adapting to new markets around the world, including Canada and New Zealand.
Watch Next-Gen Samsung Display In Action: Rollable, Flex In and Out and Sensor OLED
At SID 2023, Samsung unveiled next-gen display technologies and showcased them through device prototypes. I like Rollable Flex the most, while the Flex In and Out and Sensor OLED Display panels are stunningly wonderful. Check the next-gen Samsung Display prototypes below:
Rollable Flex expands more than five times, from 49 mm to 254.4 mm in length. While conventional foldable or slidable form factors offer up to three times the scalability, Rollable Flex overcomes such limitations by enabling the display to be rolled and unrolled on an O-shaped axis like a scroll.
Flex In & Out
This new foldable phone concept can be folded both inward and outward 360 degrees.
The ‘in-folding’ form factor, which can only be folded inward, requires a separate external panel to view information while folded, but the Flex In & Out is able to overcome that, opening up the possibility of lighter and thinner foldable phones.
Sensor OLED Display
Samsung Display unveiled a new Sensor OLED Display that can recognize fingerprints anywhere on the screen and even check cardiovascular health at SID Display Week 2023. It can measure the user’s heart rate, blood pressure and stress level simply with the touch of two fingers.
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iPhone to Galaxy: Samsung shows how Apple users can make it happen [Video]
Samsung India has recently posted a new video, which aims to attract Apple iPhone users by letting them try the Galaxy experience. The video begins featuring an iPhone user asking her have you ever experienced Samsung Galaxy and what she could do on her phone.
Here, the video begins promoting the Try Galaxy platform, which turns Apple iPhone into a Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphone running the latest Android 13-based One UI 5.1. It’s all about attracting iPhone users by showcasing the limitless possibilities and innovations in Samsung products.
Samsung’s Try Galaxy is a mind-blowing feature, which works on all iPhones using the Safari app’s Home screen shortcut ability. All they need to do is to visit trygalaxy[dot]com in Safari Browser on their iPhone, follow the on-screen steps, and create a home screen shortcut.
Watch the video below:
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May 2023 security update live for Samsung Galaxy A53, A73 in India
Samsung Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A73 smartphones are grabbing the May 2023 security update in India. The latest security patch is already available for these devices in different countries and the company is now expanding it to more markets.
May 2023 security update for Samsung Galaxy A73 smartphone comes with One UI build version A736BXXU3CWD4 and an updated package size of 645.35 MB. The latest update brings Camera improvements and an Image Clipper feature for Gallery.
On the other side, the Galaxy A53 smartphone is getting the latest Android patch with PDA version A536EXXS5CWDA and an installation package of 207.11 MB.
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Samsung’s May 2023 security update fixes over 70 issues mainly related to Bootloader, App lock, Call Settings, and Telephony framework. The latest firmware overall improves the performance of the device.
If you are using Samsung Galaxy A73 or Galaxy A53 and live in India, then you can install the update by visiting Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install option.