Vodafone and UniversitätsklinikumDüsseldorf (UKD) are building a 5G campus network on the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia's medical campus.
The aim is to prototype edge management tools to simplify the operation of large-scale edge compute infrastructure and the services that run on them.
The network will be the first of its kind in the US, according to the parties, as DISH strives to become the fourth national mobile provider.
Swisscom and the Vodafone Group have worked with the vendor on the compact ingtegrated-antenna platform which enables wider 5G deployment without extending their sites' footprint.
5G promises to be faster and lower latency, enabling multiple new use cases, business models and services. But, asks Kate O’Flaherty, how secure is it really and what’s being done to address vulnerabilities?
In the last year, 5G has emerged from the fog of hype into the comparative normality of the marketplace, but respondents feel there are still a number of serious concerns about the technology, writes Graeme Neill.
Ford and its consortium partners have received UK government backing for 5G to speed up electric vehicle manufacturing.
The plan is to create a 5G immersive accelerator programme to develop solutions for retail and other enterprises.
Ericsson Nikola Tesla in Croatia has been selected by Hrvatski Telekom as its sole supplier of 5G Radio Access Network (RAN) products and services until 2024.
In its first virtual shareholders’ meeting, CEO Tim Höttges talked up past successes and ambitious goals for 5G in Europe and the US, and for fibre across Germany and Europe.
One of the largest NHS trusts is trialling remote diagnostic technology developed by BT.
Europe’s biggest operator, Deutsche Telekom, says more than 16 million people have access to 5G services which will rise to 40 million by mid July.
The Swedish operator said it now operates nearly 400 5G sites on existing spectrum, half of which are in the capital.
Orange International Carriers and Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier are carrying out proofs of concept (PoC) on key performance indicators and IPX HUB breakouts.
Singapore’s M1 is working with aerospace manufacturer Airbus to conduct coastal 5G standalone (SA) network trials for the safe operation of unstaffed aircraft.
The auction was postponed in April, due to Covid-19 containment, and the regulator has now published a schedule for the auction to begin in September.
Most broadcasters (92%) expect to be ready to adopt 5G within two years, according to new research.
Google Cloud’s latest operator deal is with Telefónica in a partnership to advance 5G mobile edge computing and boost digitalisation in Spain.
Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) was ranked as the top 5G use case by consumers in new research from Nokia.
Michael Whitty, 47, set fire to equipment at a tower owned by Vodafone UK at Kirby in Merseyside, having researched theories linking 5G to the spread of Covid-19.
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