Ericsson has extended its 5G research program by signing a collaboration deal with China Mobile.
MTS and Ericsson have signed a major deal to collaborate on testing and launch of 5G cellular technologies in Russia.
Ericsson has broadened its 5G for Europe programme by launching an incubator space to aid the development of 5G.
Nokia Networks and Japanese operator NTT DOCOMO have used millimetre wave tech and high-frequency spectrum to hit speeds of 2GBps in the companies' latest 5G demonstration.
Ericsson is working with Japanese operators NTT DOCOMO and KDDI on 5G research and trials, with the vendor also signing a development aggreement with Qatari operator Ooredoo.
Mobile Europe has launched its 2015/2016 survey, which aims to uncover what the key technology priorities have been for operators in 2015 and what they expect from the year ahead.
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.
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