Parlem Telecom has conducted a trial for an AR-powered shopping experience in Barcelona by harnessing the power of 5G with the Internet of things and edge computing.
The UAE-based telco, e& (formerly Etisalat), has inked a ‘partnership roadmap’ with Meta to explore virtual reality and augmented reality tech opportunities.
Verizon is partnering with Doug Liman's 30 Ninjas and the French immersive studio Novelab to develop an augmented reality adventure thriller game powered by 5G.
EE, the BBC, and Factory 42 have teamed up to launch The Green Planet AR Experience at Piccadilly Circus in London that takes the visitors into an exciting augmented reality world.
The Swedish networking and telecommunications company, Ericsson, has been named EE’s network partner for The Green Planet AR Experience, powered by EE 5G.
The leading supplier of smart glasses and AR tech, Vuzix Corporation, is partnering with Verizon to leverage the power of Verizon’s 5G and edge computing technologies.
The AR mobile combat game Reality Clash is partnering with Nonvoice to include the game within the dedicated 5G app portal, Nonvoice Alive.
The multinational telecommunications company, Ooredoo Group, is partnering with Snap Inc. to incorporate augmented reality technologies for enhancing customer experience.
The Australian telecommunications company, Telstra, is partnering with the startup tagSpace to facilitate the creation of next-generation augmented reality experiences.
The VA is collaborating with Verizon, medical AR technology company Medivis, and Microsoft for Project Convergence aimed at leveraging 5G to expand AR technology usage.