Vodafone Servicing Community – Supporting Ukrainian Refugees to Re-Innovating Network Applications

  • Technology will greatly reduce the Machine response time.
  • Usage of 5G and Edge Computing will reduce the usage of battery for enhancing processing power
  • Innovation will be Cost Effective and environment Friendly as it will reduce Usage of precious metals in smartphones.

Vodafone recently published Connected Consumer research. According to the report, within the next ten years, houses will be outfitted with items that proactively monitor health, such as sensor-enabled bathroom mirrors. Outside of the home, wearable devices will progress beyond voice control and apps will leap from the smartphone to AR glasses. New cloud-based services and highly responsive industrial applications will be enabled by 5G.

According to the press release, Vodafone  is combining edge computing with 5G speed and low latency to bring the power of cloud computing much closer to the customer. The time it takes machines to reply to a command will be greatly reduced because to innovation. In comparison to 50 to 400 milliseconds, apps and web pages can be loaded and accessed in under 10 milliseconds. This is achievable since the gadget does not require data to be downloaded from a remote server. Information is kept virtually at the network’s edge, in the cloud.

Machine response time reduction is vital because every millisecond counts for machines and robots performing critical operations in security, healthcare, and manufacturing. Consumers will benefit in a variety of ways, including the ability to reduce motion sickness while exploring a virtual reality world for fun or at business.

By storing processing power at the network’s edge in a private, public, or hybrid cloud, devices like smart safety goggles or glasses may run augmented reality programmes without a bulky frame.

Vodafone experts collaborated with Canonical, a specialist software firm for demonstrating how a prototype smartphone operating system can run on powerful cloud servers. Users may access their apps and data from any internet-connected screen, eliminating the need for powerful hardware.

Vodafone conducted the test in which a user was able to selectively share their mobile moments on a large mirror connected to Canonical’s Anbox Cloud platform, via an Internet connection using Vodafone’s fast network.

A user was able to selectively share their mobile moments on a giant mirror connected to Canonical’s Anbox Cloud platform via an Internet connection utilising Vodafone’s fast network in a test conducted by Vodafone. Basic video-decoding capabilities or  the capacity to efficiently play a digital video stream  are required by the mirror or any screen used to access the service. Efficient digital video streaming is  widely supported by most devices today.

Vodafone has discovered a number of applications for thin apps hosted on the network. With the expected proliferation of smart devices in homes, factories, and offices, leveraging the power of 5G and edge computing rather than packing every new device with the same battery-hungry processing power and precious metals found in smartphones is more environmentally sound and cost effective. Vodafone is hiring tens of thousands of software engineers to tap into the power of today’s software-driven networks in order to create new, disruptive applications.

The benefits of a customer’s smartphone and cloud-based services may now be extended to millions of current household products or wearables thanks to Vodafone’s 5G network, which now spans 11 European nations.

Vodafone has a strong Track Record of supporting the Community. In the Current Ukrainian crises it is offering the employment to the displaced.

For individuals displaced by the crisis, Vodafone is offering fast-track employment options.

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