Telefónica has bolstered its 5G research plans by signing a memorandum of understanding with Huawei to collaborate on the tech.
Alcatel Lucent, NEC, Telefónica and BT are among the telcos exploring superfast service functions in 5G networks.
Equipment vendors Ericsson and Cisco are buddying up to jointly develop services for next-generation networks.
Nokia and China Mobile Research Institute (CMRI) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) covering the research and development of 5G.
Telefónica will focus on virtualisation and radio systems in its forthcoming 5G research centre in Madrid.
SK Telecom will launch a trial 5G service in 2017, as the Korean operator opened a new cross vendor "playground" at its Bundang R&D centre.
SK Telecom and Ericsson have demonstrated 5G slicing technology in the Korean operator's latest showcase of network transformation.
Nokia and du have demonstrated a new 5G radio system capable of achieving speeds of 10GBps as part of a new partnership.
Ericsson and América Móvil are bringing 5G and the Internet of Things to Latin America for the first time through new trials with Brazilian universities.
The Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the 5G Forum of Korea to develop a roadmap for 5G networks.
Huawei has used multi-user MIMO technology in what it has claimed is the first "large scale" trial of 5G radio access technology.
Orange has been given the go-ahead to begin 5G trials in France by the country’s regulator ARCEP.
Microwave will continue to be the dominant backhaul technology, Ericsson has claimed, as the technology evolves to support multi-gigabit capacities towards 2020.
The Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) and the Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) Alliance have signed a co-op agreement on 5G.
Deutsche Telekom has completed the "world's first" field trial of self-interference cancellation (SIC), a potential 5G technology that allows signals on the same frequency to be sent and received at the same time.
The European Union has broadened its 5G research project with Asian countries to include China, after it signed a partnership agreement.
Ericsson has broadened its 5G research after signing a memorandum of understanding with South Korean operator LG Uplus.
Ericsson has broadened its 5G research program into a pan-European project, bringing together seven organisations across 10 countries.
Europe's latest attempt to set the agenda for the forthcoming 5G market officially opened yesterday, with a UK centre preparing to build a network where machine-to-machine communication is as important as people-to-people.
Nokia Networks is targeting a "big bang" commercial launch for 5G in 2020, with it aiming to launch a "full spec" network during the Euro 2020 football tournament.
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