Intel gearing up for 5G device opportunity

first_img Nokia scores Philippines 5G deal with Dito Telkomsel turns on 5G in major cities Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more Home Intel gearing up for 5G device opportunity Mobile Mix: Buzzing for Barcelona Tags Previous ArticleOpenSignal CEO tips US video tactics to go globalNext ArticleMobile leaders tackle connectivity at UN meeting Asia center_img Author 5GIntel INTERVIEW: As the industry awaits the release of the first commercial 5G devices, a top Intel executive said success for the company will mean more than just getting its chips into smartphones.Caroline Chan, VP of Intel’s Network Platforms Group and GM of its 5G Infrastructure Division (pictured), told Mobile World Live the company wants to target different form factors, including PCs, as the next-generation technology takes off.“If you look at the whole spectrum of devices, more than just the smartphone, more than just the form factor that you and I carry, it really goes into all kinds of things: cars and things and machines and drones. We want to enable that.”Chan said Intel is exploring a number of different use cases for the technology, highlighting its recent 5G video trials alongside partners at the Winter Olympics in South Korea and at the US Open golf tournament.In addition to media, she tipped enterprise as another segment primed for 5G development: “They have the money and they want to invest in order to improve their efficiency, so we think that’s something we’ll continue to invest in.”She added Intel is in a strong position to address the convergence of IT, cloud and mobile technologies in a 5G environment.Click here to view the full interview. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 25 SEP 2018 Related Diana Goovaerts last_img read more

Projected Week 9 DraftKings ownership percentage, NFL DFS advice

first_imgMORE WEEK 9 DFS: Values | Stacks | Lineup BuilderNFL Week 9 DFS Ownership: Tight EndTravis Kelce ($6,600) has rewarded people for paying up enough this season that they’ll do it again, especially with how badly the more frugal plays bombed out last week. …  Greg Olsen ($4,700) should join plenty of Cam stacks as Carolina gets the Bucs bump.Austin Hooper ($3,800) saw high target volume heading into the Falcons bye, though he may still go contrarian with Atlanta playing an outdoor game. That tends to draw a Falcons fade. The receiver deals at the trade deadline pose some interesting questions in projecting ownership for Week 9 NFL DFS contests. Since it’s important to evaluate roster rates heading into daily fantasy football GPPs and tournaments, let’s mull over these developments as they relate to value for DraftKings lineup picks.Like every week, I’ll reference UFCollective projections in parsing the factors affecting how the DK crowd may approach players and pricing. Week 9 Rankings:Quarterback | Running Back | Wide Receiver | Tight End | D/ST | KickerNFL Week 9 DFS Ownership: QuarterbackCam Newton ($6,600) against the Bucs is locked in for QB chalk since, you know, the Bucs. … Drew Brees ($6,100) and Jared Goff ($6,000) should split a very popular ticket with that Vegas over-under in the Superdome hitting the 60s.The field will likely shy away from Deshaun Watson ($6,300) given his recent lack of rushing volume. Swinging on him as a contrarian requires a bet on health and competitive game flow, but it’s still feasible.WEEK 9 DFS CASH LINEUPS: Yahoo | FanDuel | DraftKingsNFL Week 9 DFS Ownership: Running BackTodd Gurley ($9,500) and Alvin Kamara ($7,300) should bring yet more chalk to New Orleans on Sunday afternoon, though UFCollective tabs Gurley as the fave to break 30 percent. … Kareem Hunt ($7,700) should also get plenty of run with the Browns written off as an crapshow this week and, thus, projected positive game script.Adrian Peterson ($6,000) nabs 25-plus touches when his team avoids getting routed and gets a modest uptick on his historical passing-game opportunity. However, his low receiving volume relative to the premium backs probably gets him faded to single-digit shares in GPPs, even with Chris Thompson out and AP coming off a week converting a red-zone receiving TD. WEEK 9 DFS GPP LINEUPS: Yahoo | FanDuel | DraftKingsNFL Week 9 DFS Ownership: Wide ReceiverThe WR trades aren’t factored into DK pricing, and this makes Courtland Sutton ($3,900) a prime candidate for cheap chalk. … Emmanuel Sanders ($6,400) rode in with the Broncos lead in air yards and still pull in more work during the first week without Demaryius Thomas ($4,500). This could spring Manny to medium ownership and a far lower rate for Thomas. Sammy Watkins ($4,900) comes off a smash week, and if Tyreek Hill’s injury holds him back, Watkins will be destined for chalk. An active Hill would likely cap Watkins short of chalk as heavy-favorite KC visits Cleveland. … Kenny Golladay ($5,500) and Marvin Jones ($5,300) don’t get the same juice from Golden Tate’s absence, as Minny’s feared D comes off a low-volume pass week against the Saints.last_img read more