As 5G begins to roll out around the world, researchers are turning their attention to what’s next – 6G.
Nokia says it is making 5G deployments faster and more cost-effective with a patent-pending virtual reality (VR) test lab.
The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has banned Huawei from supplying core parts of 5G networks in the UK.
The operator is collaborating with French rail company SNCF, car maker Renault, and manufacturers Schneider Electric and LACROIX Group.
Despite pressure on many countries by Trump Administration, Chinese company’s Q1 revenues up 39%.
High Court rejects CityFibre’s appeal against ruling that allows copper connections to be marketed as ‘fibre’.
There is speculation that the would-be market entrant’s lack of bidding is because it is running out of funds.
The cessation of legal hostilities is a boost to 5G: after two years’ legal wrangling, Qualcomm will supply the chips for Apple’s next-generation iPhones.
Equinix says its infrastructure now directly connects businesses to clouds, networks and services between 37 markets across five continents.