Intel has launched new modems for 5G and LTE as operators prepare to upgrade their networks.
The difference between those developing 5G and the ones counting the cost of deployment has been throw into stark contrast with the CEO of BT Group claiming there are no business cases for the next generation technology.
Ericsson has filed what it is dubbing a “landmark” patent for a full 5G network.
Huawei kicked off the second day of its Mobile Broadband Forum in London by announcing new research partnerships to unlock AI and VR applications in 5G.
Vodafone Group CTO Johan Wibergh has said the success of 5G is not yet guaranteed, calling for telcos to plan for the next generation's entire lifespan.
Romanian operator RCS & RDS is beginning a multi-year modernisation project to prepare its network for 5G and the IoT.
Huawei has called on regulators to seek global harmonisation of 5G spectrum bands as it launched a new drone initiative and a smart city management solution.
BT’s mobile arm EE has conducted a UK-first 5G trial, hitting speeds of nearly 3GBps.
Telenor Norway has chosen the city of Kongsberg as its first testbed for 5G with plans to trial the likes of autonomous buses and drones, emergency communication and eHealth services.
Vodafone is claiming the first 5G data connection in Italy, as the country looks set to become a battlefield for the next generation technology in the years ahead.
Swisscom is planning to deploy nationwide Gigabit LTE coverage from next year and 5G from 2020, as part of a wide-ranging network transformation project it is conducting with Ericsson.
Korea's SK Telecom has developed new packet switching technology that it claims will be able to process data traffic up to 10 times faster than 4G.
Telefónica is working with SEAT on how 5G, blockchain and data can transform the car industry after the two companies signed a new collaboration agreement.
Telia has launched a 5G project in Finland to trial new applications and services based on the next generation technology.
Telefónica has trialled 5G transport network technology in a lab test with ZTE.
Deutsche Telekom and Telefónica used this week's Broadband World Forum to take aim at vendors, internet companies and even themselves for failing to change their innovation models.
Wind Tre is planning to build a pre-commercial 5G network in Italy across the 3.6-3.8GHz band.
A new EU-backed study has backed operator demands for long spectrum licences but claims new approaches such as spectrum sharing may be needed to support 5G.
MTS is embarking on a wide-ranging €400 million network upgrade project as it looks to prepare for rolling out NB-IoT and LTE-M as well as 5G infrastructure.
Deutsche Telekom’s start-up incubator hub:raum is hoping to stimulate innovation in edge computing through a new programme.
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