Earlier this year Microsoft’s acquisition of Metaswitch and Affirmed Networks were a statement of intent concerning the software giant’s ambitions in the telecoms market.
The acquisition should further Mavenir's casuse in telco, industry and private enterprise networks markets.
Spectrum applications opened last week and the process should be concluded by 21 December.
The primary uses are Industry 4.0 and various campuses, but the spectrum is also being used in agriculture and forestry.
Interest in satellite-based 5G services is reaching new heights. Governments need to fill coverage gaps; verticals want connectivity to address their specific needs, writes Nick Wood.
Swisscom, Ericsson and Qualcomm have launched an initiative to find innovative start-ups and research teams working on 5G applications.
Elisa's 5G remote control solution for Valtra tractors has been enhanced so that the vehicle can be operated without a driver sitting in the cab, even in challenging situations that could otherwise put life at risk.
A Telia Denmark trial with broadcast company TV2 and lighting specialist BB&S demonstrated how 5G could reduce production costs and complexity.
Ericsson has announced the acquisition of Cradlepoint, a US-based company specialising in wireless edge wide area network (WAN) 4G and 5G enterprise solutions, for $1.1 billion.
The European Commission has urged member states to work together on accelerating the roll-out of fibre and 5G to help drive economic recovery from COVID-19.
The number of announced 5G devices has continued to climb swiftly, with 401 announced as of the end of August, according to the Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA).
BT is working with the University of Stirling to launch a 5G-enabled “living laboratory” for central Scotland.
Spain’s incumbent intends to deliver 5G coverage to 75% of the population by the end of this year.
Caroline Gabriel, Research Director, Rethink Research, warns that enthusiasm is veering dangerously close to hype, and O-RAN is not guaranteed to succeed.
The 5G network was built by Ericsson and Telefonica Germany, and is the first in the world to be set up for car production.
Korea’s Samsung Electronics has reportedly landed a contract with US operator Verizon Communications worth $6.6 billion.
The network deployment uses Ericsson's 5G Radio Access Network (RAN) and Core products and solutions.
The alternative fibre network provider is to connect an additional 1,300 mobile sites across 59 towns and cities.
The operator says the speed was achieved on the live network in Rome using millimeter waves.
Vodafone UK has lost a court case could open the door to a wave of legal challenges by landowners and property owners who host 5G phone masts.
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