Years from now, when we look back at the technologies that shaped and impacted us the most, on a grand and magnificent scale, I believe we will recognize the importance of the push and adoption of wireless technologies like 5G. Qualcomm had been involved in virtually every major 5G launch globally, helping with the swift rollout of the technology in over 35 different countries. Considering how multi-faceted 5G technology is, this is no small feat.
Qualcomm Incorporated, through its Qualcomm® Wireless Reach™ initiative, supports "Power of 9: Mobile Innovation for Good," a short film looking at the essential role mobile technology plays in solving some of the world’s most critical issues.
A host of benefits for finalists in the form of incubation, patent-filing incentives, industry exposure, networking opportunities, expert mentorship, expense reimbursement, and more
BENGALURU, India, August 2, 2021 /3BL Media/– Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) has announced the twelve finalists of the Qualcomm® Design in India Challenge 2021. Each finalist will receive an amount of INR 3.2 lakh along with mentorship and access to Qualcomm Innovation Labs, incentives for patent-filing, and business development opportunities with the help of Qualcomm Technologies’ global sales and business teams.
Mobile can empower women and transform their lives by providing access to information, services, health information and care, financial services, and job opportunities. Accelerating women's ownership of mobile phones provides life-changing information and services for women in underserved communities. Bridging the gender gap in mobile usage ultimately brings the benefits of mobile to women, their families, and communities.
‘Ships in the harbor are safe, but that’s not what ships are built for.’ With this powerful quote by John A. Shedd, Kate Atkin --- trainer, speaker, facilitator, and author of The Confident Manager --- walked the audience at Qualcomm’s Women’s Conference through how “impostor chatter” can be a factor that holds someone back from leaving safe harbor. She invited the audience to venture out and put up the sails to do something different.
In 2003, primary school education in Kenya was made free for all and it became possible for unprecedented numbers of young Kenyans to enroll. Although the government succeeded in getting pupils through the school doors, challenges such as teacher shortages, high levels of absenteeism among both students and teachers, and lack of textbooks and other educational resources all constrain provision of high quality education to all learners, particularly in public schools.
As we emerge from the global pandemic, most industries will require time, skilled workers, and innovation to rebuild from COVID-19's global disruption. To move forward, we will need an influx of creative, highly trained, and innovative talent to reshape, realign, and reimagine a future where all people and industries can thrive.