Their attempt to change the conditions laid out in Germany’s spectrum auction was dismissed by an administrative court in Cologne, but the fight isn't over yet.
The operators’ organisation says the European Commission has made a disastrous initial technology choice in its Connected Car Legislation.
Telia, Ericsson and Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) have launched what they say is Sweden’s first 5G network for industrial use cases.
EE is offering Prime Video and MTV Play with inclusive data for new and existing EE pay monthly mobile customers, in addition to Apple Music and BT Sport.
The EU’s assembly says it’s concerned about potential security threats posed by Chinese companies, naming Huawei and ZTE.
INWIT, a subsidiary of TIM, is working with FS Italiane Group to better connect train stations with a distributed antenna system (DAS).
MPs demand Ofcom polices coverage obligations better, Vodafone says Ofcom is hindering its ability to provide greater coverage affordably and the playing field is uneven.
The US is reportedly applying pressure on Germany to ban Huawei from its 5G networks.
Network operators could be key players in the sports and e-sports ecosystems new research finds.
The German regulator, Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA), has published new security requirements for telecoms networks and services.
Operator announces 5G in 12 more cities this year and warns of serious consequences if Huawei equipment is banned from British infrastructure.
Vodafone UK has become the first communications provider to join a consortium for drone testing.
Austria has awarded 5G spectrum licences to T-Mobile Austria, A1 and Hutchison Drei (Three), as well as four regional providers.
Huawei is suing the US government over a ban that restricts federal agencies from using its products.
The companies say it will offer operators better visibility, customer service and control of the data flowing across their interconnected networks.
Determined to show they mean business with 5G, their pilots vary from aeronautics to entertainment, remote healthcare, smart energy and factories.
TIM, formerly Telecom Italy Mobile, and Xiaomi, the Chinese electronics company, have announced a new, wide-ranging collaborative agreement.
Private LTE could generate substantial revenue for mobile service providers and vendors, according to new analysis from ABI Research.
The companies have signed an agreement to expand collaboration within the strategic partnership they forged in early 2018.
The Telecom Infra Project (TIP) has launched a new project group named Open RAN 5G NR which will be led by co-chairs Sprint and Vodafone.
Page 6 of 38