A group of Austrian and US universities is teaming up to research how 5G in mmWave bands can support communications between vehicles.
Elisa has installed what it is calling a “5G ready” network in the Finnish town of Tampere.
Siemens is teaming up with an Austrian university to research how 5G can support industrial production lines.
The road to 5G has become a cliche in discussions about next generation technology, but sometimes you need to take stock of how far you have travelled already.
Vodafone has used multi-access edge computing (MEC) to stream VR content over its 4G network in Spain, as it announced it would support a 5G course at a major university in the country’s capital.
O2 is calling for “collaboration” to make 5G a success as the operator launches a new report propounding the economic benefits of the next generation wireless technology.
5G could open up the telecoms market to new infrastructure players or connectivity aggregators, the European Union's body of regulators has said, as it warned operators may only be able to offer a wide but shallow range of use cases for the technology instead of a killer app.
2017 was a poor year for the network infrastructure market, with new research claiming sales fell 14 percent and predicting 5G alone will not be enough to boost spending.
Telia has teamed up with Ericsson and Intel to showcase the use of 5G to deliver augmented reality.
The UK is set to uncover six new 5G testbeds after the country's government devoted £25 million worth of funding to research into the next generation technology.
Orange's Head of Innovation, Marketing and Technologies is arguing Europe's comparatively relaxed approach to 5G deployments reflects a desire to avoid fragmentation.
The CTO of VEON Group has urged operators to truly embrace end-to-end transformation in order to reap the benefits of 5G.
TIM has activated its first 5G antenna in the Italian city of Matera as it prepares for trials of the next generation technology.
TIM and MTS announced new 5G research agreements today, as a Mobile World Congress that has been dominated by discussions of the technology draws to a close.
Deutsche Telekom and Huawei have completed what they boasted as the first multi-cell mmWave field test of 5G in the 73GHz band.
Telefónica has used its UNICA cloud platform to demonstrate network slicing across four levels, showing how 5G could deliver connectivity, virtual reality, critical communications and augmented reality.
Vendors concerned about ailing bottom lines are guilty of overhyping 5G, Vodafone's Group CTO has warned, as he predicted smartphones rather than enterprises that will drive the first flush of the market.
Bouygues Telecom and Altice have announced at Mobile World Congress that they have signed up Huawei for 5G trials, as the vendor announced a slew of new 5G products.
TIM has launched a project to virtualise its radio access network across Italy, in a move described as key to its migration to 5G.
Deutsche Telekom is aiming to dive further into 5G research and deployments with the formation of a new subsidiary company dedicated to the technology, as football star Manuel Neuer made a guest appearance at its Mobile World Congress press conference.
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