Stéphane Richard, Orange's CEO and Chair, and Chair of the GSMA, outlined what he sees as the industry's biggest challenges in this opening keynote at MWC Americas 2019.
Rethink Research’s new report sheds light on what operators are doing in early 5G deployments and what they need to do to gain new sources of revenue.
Gartner predicts that in the longer term, connected cars will be the single biggest 5G-enabled, IoT market for network operators.
It is launching an exclusive partnership by which all Ehang drones in Germany, then Europe, will have a Vodafone SIM card.
As commercial 5G networks roll out, vendors are exploring three key areas in base station antenna (BSA) design to improve performance and reduce costs.
The German authorities reiterated they want to create "a level playing field" for 5G suppliers.
Consumers in the US and UK have a high awareness of and interest in 5G but services and benefits need to be better positioned if the technology is to take off rapidly.
Telenor is launching the world’s northern-most 5G pilot on the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, where it will test the technology against the rigours of the Arctic climate.
The Minister for Digital & Broadband is writing to all UK planning authorities to say they cannot withhold permission without “legitimate grounds and evidence”.
Through the first 5G Joint Innovation Centre (JIC) in Europe, Sunrise and Huawei will work together to research and develop 5G applications for various verticals.
Ericsson’s research says operators could account for almost half the total value of the ICT market for 5G-enabled business-to-business (B2B).
A new whitepaper from ETSI addresses what the standards group says is “perhaps the most critical challenge facing the telecom industry as it moves into 5G” – network management.
Connecting the UK to Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband by 2025 could deliver productivity of up to £60 billion, according to BT’s access division, Openreach.
EU Member States have published a co-ordinated risk assessment report on cybersecurity in 5G networks, although no supplier is singled out.
Devices and subscriptions going on sale kicks off Telia’s “accelerated” 5G roll-out in Finland – it will launch 5G in Norway, with Ericsson, over the next four years.
Operators’ top execs outline convergence products and customer service strategy for consumers and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Sunrise Communications and Huawei achieved what they say is a record download speed of 3.67Gbps using multiple 5G smartphones in one 5G cell in Zürich.
During the Berlin Marathon, Deutsche Telekom (DT) successfully tested how high-quality TV images can be integrated into worldwide live reporting via 5G.
After the French telecom regulator ARCEP approved experimentation frequencies in the 26GHz range, Orange will test 5G in Châtillon and Rennes.
Optimistic 5G forecasts assume that telcos’ spectrum needs are met, writes Saad Asif, a Contributing Analyst for MTN Consulting – and the upcoming WRC-19 is key to this.
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