The EU has agreed to coordinate the use of the ultra-high frequency (470-790MHz) spectrum band for wireless communications as it looks towards 5G deployment.
KPN has blasted the Dutch government’s proposed spectrum policy and demanded changes, saying that the country is headed for a “false start” on 5G.
The 3GPP RAN working group has agreed on an intermediate milestone for non-standalone 5G New Radio (NR) standards to allow earlier testing of 5G mobile broadband use cases.
Orange’s Head of Innovation, Marketing & Technologies, claimed that “pieces of the puzzle” are coming together on 5G in an exclusive Mobile Europe interview at Mobile World Congress 2017.
Finding the best use-cases is the biggest challenge facing Deutsche Telekom as it moves towards 5G, the operator’s new Chief Technology and Innovation Officer has said.
The CTO of Telecom Italia (TIM) says the potential security threats around 5G are his “personal nightmare”.
Experts welcomed the UK Budget as a “promising first step” for investment in the country’s telecoms infrastructure as it offered new funding for 5G.
Nokia’s Balázs Bertényi has been appointed RAN Chairman of standards body 3GPP as it looks towards 5G.
The argument that 5G is over-hyped is becoming as prolific as the hype itself, but telcos do not seem to be taking heed, if this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) is anything to go by.
Turkcell has signed up ZTE to roll out new fixed and wireless products to customers and to push its network towards 5G readiness.
5G will account for 12 percent of total mobile connections in 2025, or 1.1 billion, according to new research from the GSMA.
Operators could see 5G-related annual revenues of $582 billion by 2026, according to research from Ericsson.
Leading telecoms vendors kicked off Mobile World Congress 2017 by vying for operators’ attention with a slew of 5G product and solutions.
Qualcomm and LG have said they will jointly test 5G and cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) technologies during the first half of 2018.
BT has signed a new partnership to investigate real-world applications for 5G with Ericsson and King’s College London.
Nokia has bolstered its mobile transport portfolio with the addition of new microwave, IP, optical, and fixed access transport solutions.
An agreement signed by the GSMA and the Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) will see the two organisations collaborating to help manage the allocation and market availability of 5G spectrum bands.
BT and Huawei will jointly carry out research into network slicing to support future 5G network services.
Qualcomm has made its first successful connection on 5G New Radio (NR) as it unveiled a range of products and services.
Nokia and Intel are establishing new testing facilities in the US and Finland to develop 5G solutions, as Intel also announced the establishment of a 5G industry group in the US with Ericsson.
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