China Telecom and China Unicom have selected Ericsson Radio System products and solutions as part of their 5G roll-out across China.
The trial was undertaken in Dallas, Texas, using 800MHz commercial millimetre wave (mmWave), and reached speeds up to 4.7Gbps.
Industry trade bodies jointly call for an end to attacks including arson on masts and steps to protect field engineers at work.
The launch of Rakuten Mobile’s 5G network in Japan won’t go ahead in June as planned due to knock-on effects of COVID-19.
Telekom Slovenije is trialling smart factory applications on a 5G test network at Iskratel’s production plant in Kranj, Slovenia.
No-one should count out the world’s largest equipment provider – nor underestimate the longer-term damage to the global supply chain.
Microsoft has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Metaswitch Networks for an undisclosed amount.
The 5G-Industry Campus Europe, billed as Europe’s largest 5G research network, has gone live in Aachen, Germany.
The government decided economic pressures are too great to go ahead with the bidding for 3.5GHz band – could it be a model for Europe?
Ericsson and Orange Belgium are working with the manufacturer to support intelligent manufacturing via 4G and 5G in future.
Telia in Norway has switched on its 5G commercial network in Lillestrøm and parts of Groruddalen in the greater Oslo (pictured) region.
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Fujitsu and Qualcomm have completed a 5G new radio (NR) data call with a multi-gigabit connection using 5G sub-6 GHz carrier aggregation.
Deutsche Telekom and SK Telekom are forming a joint venture to share expertise on addressing the coronavirus crisis.
Telcos must shift their enterprise 5G strategies or risk losing out on billions of dollars they have pinned their hopes on, a new report suggests.
A group of 31 companies, including operators and vendors, have launched the Open RAN Policy Coalition.
Update – contrary to earlier reports, CityFibre will provide Three UK's 5G backhaul, not Virgin Media.
Telefonica’s UK unit has mounted a legal challenge against Ofcom’s block allocation that could delay the bidding by 18 months.
Over 1,000 companies will be testing private 5G nets by the end of 2020, according to revised forecasts by Deloitte’s Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) team.
This low-band spectrum will complement 3.5GHz outdoors and is especially suitable for indoor coverage.
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