Telenor and Telia's joint network (TTN) build will speed up with the addition of 3.5 GHz spectrum.
The gap between Ericsson and Nokia closes, but Huawei holds onto the top spot.
Nokia and Türk Telekom will implement the first commercial private 4.9G/LTE network in Turkey for manufacturer Arçelik.
Research house Canalys finds the growth is despite component shortages, which look set to worsen, and 5G is a big driver.
Samsung Electronics' big European break: the operator group named the Korean firm alongside Dell, NEC, Wind River, Capgemini Engineering and Keysight Technologies.
Reuters reports Altice Europe is sounding out prospective bidders, but the price tag looks steep.
Separately, TIM, the financial services arm of Accenture and Crédit Agricole Italia have signed a ten-year strategic partnership.
The firm has gathered an ecosystem to work with operators going cloud native.
TIM is one of the first operators worldwide and the only one in Italy to launch an Open Test and Integration Center (OTIC) Lab.
Japan already has a joint R&D agreement with the US in the bid to fend off Chinese domination of the next generation.
There are economic benefits to mmWave in deployed standalone and to complement other spectrum bands.
The 5G Infrastructure Association (5G IA) publishes white paper as European Commission is set to announce new phase in Horizon programme.
O2 goes to university with Aviva, Vodafone takes to the road in the West Midlands.
Neil J. McRae describes himself as a “space and technology nut”. As Annie Turner discovers, this drives both his personal and professional life.
The Finnish eqiupment vendor has started June with a flurry of activity.
The update aligns the spec, built into every eSIM deployed in the field, with 3GPP’s Release 16 for 5G and C-V2X.
ABI Research says Open RAN radio intelligent controller (RIC) will disrupt the status quo and expects RIC deployment to dominate the market around 2024 to 2025.
The technology will go live in Polish cities already using Orange smart city facilities, for applications such as access control by first responders.
The UK’s operator’s mobile arm, EE, will use the tech for 4G and 5G.
Trials of Lumenisity's hollow CoreSmartcore fibre are beginning at BT Labs in Adastral Park (pictured) in collaboration with Mavenir.
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