The Qualcomm 315 5G IoT Modem supports global 5G NR sub-6GHz bands and operates in stand-alone (SA) only mode.
Juan Manuel Caro Bernat is Director of Operations Transformation at Telefónica. He talked to Annie Turner about the operator's transformation journey.
The B2B wireless connectivity provider says it will apply for the spectrum package reserved for a fourth operator in the upcoming 5G auction.
The two intend to form a joint venture (JV) called AtlasEdge to enable applications and services such as 5G, gaming, IoT and edge compute.
The UK’s Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) gave its final approval for the 50:50 joint venture (JV) to go ahead.
It expects annual revenue increases of 1 to 2% in the mid-term targets announced ahead of its two-day investor presentation.
The proof of concept (PoC) will concentrate on low latency and secure, on-premises data management. O2 is also buffing up its green credentials.
The chip maker has announced the “world’s first” 10GB M.2 reference design to embed in devices.
The rise in its annual operating profit suggests the group's long-term positioning and strategy is starting to pay off.
Meanwhile, Three UK reports on progress of its £2+ billion transformation of the network and IT.
The joint venture between Tele2 and Telenor is deploying Nokia's AirScale portfolio for commercial roll-out.
The two have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to that effect.
Phil Skipper, Head of Strategy and Business Development at Vodafone Business IoT, looks forward to greener, more easily mobile urban living.
The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) says it has catalogued 311 private networks globally.
The national replacement of the Chinese vendor's kit will cost £500 million and must be completed by 2027.
The data transmitted over the cellular network has multiplied by a factor of 200 since 2010, and a network upgrade is needed urgently.
Mobile Experts claims enhanced channel coding could save a “typical” US operator $193m on O-RAN compliant infrastructure.
The aim is to put North America in the lead for 6G and beyond. Other regions have their own 6G projects.
Access is initially limited to residents of the Bratislava (pictured) district of Petržalka and parts of Banská Bystrica.
The immediate threat is to keep Ericsson out of the next phase of China's 5G build out, but it won't end there.
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