Deutsche Telekom is testing new technology which it says will enable the expansion of 5G to half the German population before the end of 2020.
The operator is looking ‘to do a Jio’ in Japan and to expand into other markets, starting with the US.
Teracom has selected Ericsson as the strategic partner for its nationwide 4G network and to support the evolution to 5G.
The robots have five high-res cameras and infrared thermometers that can scan the temperature of ten people simultaneously within a radius of 5 meters.
The regulator said its decision is due to the outbreak of coronavirus – the auction was scheduled to take place in April.
The company is upgrading its IoT Network Grid (WING) managed service with 5G and edge capabilities.
UK telecom regulator Ofcom has outlined the rules for how it will award 700 MHz and 3.6-3.8 GHz spectrum in the next auction.
The operator launched what it says is the first commercial 5G network in Norway, connecting nine cities and villages.
The Finnish operator aims for carbon neutrality this year – the first Nordic telco to do so – and says it will switch off its 3G network by 2023 to invest more in 4G and 5G.
Capturing that value means ecosystem players must evaluate how to measure the impact of 5G and edge deployments on the factory floor, according a new report.
A new report from Ericsson outlines what the vendor says is a “unique, network-level approach” to reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions in mobile networks.
A proposed amendment to the Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill put forward by Conservative MPs has been defeated – but only by 24 votes.
The wavelength-routing technology enables the operator scale up bandwidth for rapid rollout of 4G and 5G services.
This “Combination” will create Europe’s second-largest listed tower company with over 22,000 towers.
O2 has deployed Centralised Self Organising Network (C-SON) technology in its 5G network in a bid to optimise customer experience.
5G is now live in 24 markets worldwide and set to account for 56% of connections by 2025, according to the GSMA’s new Mobile Economy report.
Telefónica, working with partners, has developed a 5G augmented reality solution that allows passengers to view immersive content projected onto tour bus windows, superimposed on landmarks.
Nokia's slower than expected progress has been attributed to Intel being late to launch 10 nanometer (nm) systems on chip (SoC) and poor in-house development.
Dave Dyson is to step down as CEO of Three UK; Robert Finnegan, CEO of Three Ireland, will assume the role for the UK too from 30 March.
Finland’s Elisa and Sweden’s Tele2 cooperate to offer one-stop, efficient service management for enterprises; Elisa demonstrates "world-first" 5G use cases
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