The Financial Times says a new report tells mobile operators from whom to buy network equipment having kicked Huawei out of the UK market.
Our annual Mobile Europe & European Communications reader survey shines the spotlight on digital transformation in the pandemic era.
The operator says it has converted 1,000 antennas to “full 5G”, to offer lower latency and network slicing.
The manufacturer, Hyperbat, is working on a proof of concept with BT, Ericsson, NVIDIA, Qualcomm and others to embrace Industry 4.0 practices.
Germany’s Federal Research Minister, Anja Karliczek, is launching a 6G research initiative that will run until 2025.
Deutsche Telekom and Cosmote worked with Ericsson on a trial and test using higher frequency W-band as 5G backhaul for first time.
Mari-Noëlle Jégo-Laveissière, Deputy CEO Europe at Orange, talks to Annie Turner about her local and group priorities, converged networks, cloud strategy, AI and more.
SNCB has signed up the operator for a further eight years, with an eye on imminent 5G deployment.
The Port of Southampton is one of Associated British Ports' (ABP) busiest, handling £40 billion in exports annually.
The company's CEO, Börje Ekholm, said he expects the company to feel the effects of Open RAN from 2023.
Javier Torre de Silva, Global Telecoms Lead at law firm CMS, talked to Annie Turner about what’s next for Europe’s telcos.
The operator says dedicated mobile network services are available for enterprise and public sector customers.
The automation tool for private networks has been trialled in large scale deployments.
Spectrum allocated to 5G across a wide range of frequencies will stimulate new use cases and bring about a rapid growth in private mobile networks.
The operator's 5G is all in the 3.6GHz range, which its CEO says means enough capacity for everyone, even in big crowds.
Jamie Hayes, Mobile Network Operators Director, BT Wholesale (pictured), says the future of small cells is disaggregated and virtualised.
The European operators’ association says Europe can create 2.4 million new jobs by leveraging a €300 billion digital network investment.
The operator says it is unifying its IoT offering across the Nordics and internationally with a new operating model.
Dublin-based AdaptiveMobile Security disclosed details of what it says is a major security vulnerability that threatens operators and their enterprise customers.
Telefónica Tech teamed up with Fibocom and aitos.io to develop the first 5G blockchain IoT module that natively records device info.
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