Look (almost no cables), no outside broadcast trucks, no wire tether for camera operator, new perspectives for viewers.
Airtel’s CTO Randeep Sekhon and Bradley Mead of Ericsson talked to Annie Turner about the urgency of their joint approach to automation.
India's second biggest operator, Bharti Airtel, says it has implemented one of the world’s newest photonic infrastructure designs from Ciena.
Johnson Administration strives to speed up OpenRAN deployment at the same time as eradicating Huawei kit from UK networks.
Their aim is to make the benefits of 5G private networks available more easily, quickly and simply to industry and enterprises generally.
The consulting firm specialises in multi-cloud services and is a Google Cloud Premier Partner for Southern Europe.
The unit is drawing on experience in the NTT group, which is running some Open RAN sites in its 5G network in Japan.
As competiton in telecoms cloud intensifies, the Financial Times reports the 2015 truce between Microsoft and Google is at an end*.
The deployment is at the Schneider Electric plant at Le Vaudreuil, France.
The software-defined (SD) Core supports Connectivity-as-a-Service, optimised for private 5G nets and Industry 4.0.
The test will take place in London, Manchester and Cardiff, building on a trial with Coventry University.
The new AirScale 5G products are based on Nokia's ReefShark system on a chip (SoC).
The new radios will be available next year and are designed for global markets.
The operator has launched a new brand, SIMon, to compete against ‘the under €10 discounters’.
The new entity, comprising the country's second and third largest mobile operators, will have revenue of about $3 billion (€2.52 billion) pa.
The vendor also announced its private 5G network trial with Lufthansa Technik has progressed to permanent deployment.
The £1 bn programmme will also boost connectivity across London, from fixed broadband in homes to outdoor 5G coverage and emergency services.
The US President has continued along the path taken by his predecessor.
The launch follows Vodafone trials with firms from sports tech to autonomous transport, biometric security, remote virtual reality and factory automation.
The US’ fledgling fourth national operator has again chosen an American supplier.
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