Croatia's Hrvatski Telekom has tested dynamic spectrum sharing technology to support the rapid roll-out of 5G.
Three blocks of 800MHz were up for grabs in the 25.1-27.5GHz range and were sold for the starting price.
Chinese firm launches UK public campaign against exclusion from networks; Ericsson outline short-term impacts to its Network disivison from Chinese deals.
Senior execs from Cisco, Ericsson Intel, Mavenir and Metaswitch (now acquired by Microsoft) cleared a lot of fog discussing developments and obstacles in operators’ move from virtual to cloud-native at a roundtable sponsored by Red Hat.
Open source software is beginning to challenge the dominance of proprietary solutions in telecoms, according to ABI Research.
Vodafone Idea partners Nokia to complete the first phase of a dynamic spectrum refarming (DSR) deployment in India.
Rakuten Mobile is partnering NEC Corporation to develop the core for its virtualised cloud-native 5G network.
Telefónica has chosen Ericsson as the primary partner for its 5G core mobile network in Germany, citing the need to safeguard security.
Tele2 announced a 5G roaming agreement between Tele2 Sweden and Tele2 Latvia after launching 5G in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmo in May.
Infrastructure joint venture and roaming partnership announced to extend coverage in the Caribbean and Alaska respectively.
BT has launched two new programmes to help drive the UK’s transition to net-zero carbon emissions and contribute to a green Covid-19 recovery.
Melis joins from Wind Tre in Italy and will be responsible for the ongoing transformation of Three’s 4G and 5G networks.
The Hub is part of an ongoing regional reorganisations and is accompanied by changes to top management.
The Johnson Administration is reported to be drawing up plans to have all Huawei equipment removed from UK networks within three years.
The COVID-19 crisis will trigger a 2.6% decline in global wireless service revenue in 2020, according to a new report from Strategy Analytics.
On May 24, Tele2 switched on 5G in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmo. Telia Sweden has also introduced its 5G network in Stockholm.
The group’s purpose is to influence policy makers’ approach to ensure “an open, diverse and secure supply chain” for mobile technologies.
The DEA, or Energistyrelsen, will offer one licence, on terms designed to ensure the spectrum is used effectively throughout the country.
Telefónica UK (O2) is moving its legacy Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) infrastructure to an Adaptive IP network provided by Ciena.
Altiostar has tested O-RAN Alliance-compliant, multi-vendor massive MIMO 5G with vRAN in collaboration with NEC Corporation and Rakuten Mobile.
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