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.
This third decade of the 21st century looks be the last for many telcos as we’ve known them, writes Annie Turner – but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
But it looks like telcos are still caught on the horns of the digital dilemma – enabling everyone else to profit rather than raking it in themselves.
The two have signed a collaboration agreement to integrate private 5G connectivity and Azure Private Edge Zone.
CCS Insight finds worldwide connections to 5G networks will triple in 2021 to 670 million, and reach 3.6 billion in 2025.
The two companies filed complaints against each other at the US International Trade Commission (USITC) and had lawsuits running in several countries.
Partners in the trial say they achieved a 7km range for FWA over millimeter wave (mmWave) on a commercial network.
American Tower Corporation Europe recruits partner to help it swallow the €7.7 billion acquisition of Telefonica's towers.
Telecom Minister Petra De Sutter said about 138,000 households are still unable to access high speed broadband.
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