Estimates suggest networks’ energy consumption could increase as much as 170% by 2026.
Claudia Nemat, Member of the Deutsche Telekom Board of Management, Technology and Innovation, held centre stage and kept contentious issues at bay.
A new global survey finds service providers are banking on new revenue streams, but are not putting the necessary elements in place.
US President Donald Trump this week called on American companies to become world leaders in "5G, even 6G" technology.
Vodafone Italia and Telecom Italia Group (TIM) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to explore an active network-sharing partnership for 5G.
Having talked about collaboration and partnerships for so long in telecoms, it seems we’re finally seeing more of them as MWC2019 looms.
Ahead of MWC2019 next week, Huawei released its Simplified 5G deployment strategy at a briefing in London.
Vodafone claims to be the world's first operator to connect 5G smartphones to its live 5G network.
Mobile traffic will reach almost a zettabyte per year by 2022, according to Cisco’s latest Mobile Visual Networking Index (VNI) Forecast.
At MWC next week, Telefónica and Seat will run a 5G connected car pilot in Barcelona’s streets.
Vodafone is making Manchester Airport the UK's first 5G-connected airport with a trial at its Terminal One.
The Forum delivered recommendations to 3GPP for a converged 5G core for fixed and mobile networks.
Open Network Foundation (ONF) announces open source projects for evolved packet core (EPC) and agnostic access.
The focus of this telecoms bellwether is likely to be on what will deliver revenue, not what’s new.
Group contract for TEOCO’s SmartCM means it will support T-Mobile businesses across Europe.
Standards define application programming interface (API) to replace dynamic bandwidth assignment (DBA) software module.
The two are to develop a “next-generation hardware management platform” for Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV), distributed cloud and 5G.
Optical communications company best known for developing low-loss fibre tech teams up with TIM.
All is not lost in Europe for the world’s biggest telecoms equipment provider.
Vodafone UK, Qualcomm and Ericsson are conducting ‘over the air’ tests with 5G technology and a smartphone-sized device.
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