Nokia claimed this move brings the Japanese operator closer to being able to offer new, 5G-enabled services based on network slicing and ultra-reliable low latency.
Telefonica's UK unit, O2, reckons 5G could boost the entertainment sector in the UK by as much as £2.3 billion over the next decade, according to research by O2 and Ovum.
UK-based firm to offer connectivity-as-a-service (CaaS) to streamline delivery of multi-tenanted, high-capacity coverage.
Three UK has selected alternative infrastructure provider CityFibre as a preferred supplier to provide backhaul connectivity to support its 5G roll-out
French mobile operator IIiad Group is expanding its partnership with Nokia to roll out 5G networks across France and Italy.
Deutsche Telekom, T-Mobile US, Telefonica and Orange are jointly testing a “production-ready” blockchain solution for the automated management of inter-operator roaming discount agreements.
To best serve the needs of Industry 4.0 customers, the partners will first analyse market needs, test equipment interoperability and investigate spectrum planning.
Two years after the deal was mooted, and having overcoming many hurdles, Deutsche Telekom reportedly wants to pay less.
After recently catching up with Dave Dyson, CEO of Three UK, CCS Insight's Kester Mann reflects on the operator's 5G announcement.
Romania is a successful and pioneering market for Orange Group as its CTO, Emmanuel Chautard, explained to Annie Turner.
Slovakian operator Orange Slovensko has chosen Nokia to upgrade its Radio Access Network (RAN) to pave the way for 5G.
When BT launched 5G plans in November, they were only available for customers of Halo, a premium broadband service. Now they’re available to all.
The US Attorney-General, William Barr, has suggested the US and its allies should consider taking a “controlling stake” in the firms to build stronger alternatives to Huawei.
Proximus has signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop a private 5G network for the Port of Antwerp.
The Chinese giant, which has itself often been accused of the industrial espionage, is filing lawsuits across the state of Texas.
Group CEO Nick Read (pictured) said it will take five year and cost €200 million – meanwhile growth remains incremental and India hangs in the balance.
Telekom Albania has selected Ericsson as the sole supplier to modernise its radio and core networks in a five-year deal.
Working with Ericsson, Huawei and Qualcomm, Vodafone says it demonstrated the world’s first 5G dynamic spectrum-sharing on a combination of two low spectrum bands.
Belgian telecoms regulator, BIPT, plans to issue temporary spectrum licences to allow the introduction of 5G this summer.
The move is intended to offer operators cloud-native service assurance via software as a service (Saas), using artificial intelligence, automation and analytics.
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