EE has become the latest UK operator to threaten legal action over the country's forthcoming spectrum auction, arguing the sale of 5G frequencies should be delayed and proposed spectrum cap should be ditched.
The number of worldwide 5G connections is set to hit 1.4 billion by 2025 as operators look to fixed wireless access as a key revenue stream, according to new research.
Huawei has released a new mobile bearer solution that it says will better serve the demands of 5G.
Service providers have a new incentive to push on with 5G, as new research revealed 75 percent of organisations would be willing to pay extra for next generation mobile capabilities.
A consortium involving Nokia, BT and Orange is building a platform that will allow developers to build and run cloud applications for 5G networks.
Three UK is seeking a judicial review to overturn Ofcom’s ruling on the upcoming spectrum auction, it has confirmed.
Nokia is to start developing technology based on 3GPP's 5G New Radio for the first time and has called for governments to do more to free up low and mid-range spectrum for trials and deployments.
The fibre market could be on course for a shake up as Arqiva and Samsung launch the first 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) field trial in Europe, but questions remain around cost and technological obstacles.
Telia and Nokia have trialled interworking between 4G and 5G networks in the 3.5GHz band.
Ericsson is hoping its partnership to install Wi-Fi in the grounds of Chelsea Football Club will lead to operators looking to 5G to enable connectivity within stadiums.
TIM is bringing 4x4MIMO, carrier aggregation, 256QAM, small cells and cloud architecture to San Marino with a view to start testing 5G technologies within the next year.
Two incumbents and two new players have divided the spoils in the Czech Republic's auction of the 3.7GHz band.
ZTE has held a 5G New Radio field test with China Unicom and launched an NB-IoT solution to track the energy consumption of lab equipment.
Three universities in the United Kingdom are to combine their 5G research as part of a new £16 million testbed aiming to trial an end-to-end 5G system.
European operators have missed out in Juniper Research's assessment of the five "most promising" telcos that will deploy 5G.
Wholesale network provider Arqiva has bolstered its spectrum holdings with a licence in the 28GHz band, as it prepares to trial a key 5G technology in the UK.
ZTE has built an integrated 5G solution for operators, comprising wireless access, core and bearer networks, that it said is aimed at fast-track deployments of next generation technology.
5G was in the spotlight at Mobile World Congress Shanghai this week, as vendors Nokia and Huawei showcased new innovations.
Swisscom will launch both NB-IoT and LTE-M on its network next year, as it plans 5G trials and upgrades to its 4G network.
Ericsson's annual Innovation Day stretched the definition of 5G to its limits, as the vendor claimed Europe was leading on latency-focused use cases.
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