O2 and Wireless Infrastructure Group (WIG) have announced a “multi-million-pound” network collaboration.
The companies claim a “landmark” data transmission rate by consistently topping 100Gbps in a trial microwave link over 1.5km.
Openreach’s fibre will pass 4 million premises by March 2021, up from 1.247 million now.
The GSMA has warned of a “worrying trend” of badly run spectrum auctions which artificially inflate prices and inefficiently distribute already-scarce spectrum resources.
It will also extend 23 data centres as part of this year’s €1.5 billion to €1.7 billion non-recurring capital investment programme.
Orange Spain, working with Huawei, has piloted a 400Gbps DWDM (dense wavelength division multiplexing) link – a first for Spain and within Orange.
Global security leaders agreed a set of non-binding proposals on Friday, aimed at securing 5G networks.
A new report from Rethink Research examines the possible routes to Open RAN and why it is so important.
Icelandic service provider is ramping up its move towards 5G with a core network and radio access modernisation programme, working with Ericsson.
Dell Technologies and Orange have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on a distributed cloud architecture to prepare for opportunities presented by 5G.
Russian service provider MOTIV has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ericsson to test 5G equipment and technologies.
Dutch operator KPN says it has signed an agreement with Huawei to upgrade its mobile radio and antenna network but will select a “Western vendor” for the core 5G network.
The operators say it will strengthen their partnership and enable faster, cheaper 5G rollout over a wider area.
EE plans to trial 5G at this year’s Glastonbury Festival, but 4G and Wi-Fi as we know it will provide most of the capacity and coverage.
Nokia says it is making 5G deployments faster and more cost-effective with a patent-pending virtual reality (VR) test lab.
The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has banned Huawei from supplying core parts of 5G networks in the UK.
The operator is collaborating with French rail company SNCF, car maker Renault, and manufacturers Schneider Electric and LACROIX Group.
Despite pressure on many countries by Trump Administration, Chinese company’s Q1 revenues up 39%.
There is speculation that the would-be market entrant’s lack of bidding is because it is running out of funds.
The cessation of legal hostilities is a boost to 5G: after two years’ legal wrangling, Qualcomm will supply the chips for Apple’s next-generation iPhones.
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