Group contract for TEOCO’s SmartCM means it will support T-Mobile businesses across Europe.
Standards define application programming interface (API) to replace dynamic bandwidth assignment (DBA) software module.
The two are to develop a “next-generation hardware management platform” for Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV), distributed cloud and 5G.
Optical communications company best known for developing low-loss fibre tech teams up with TIM.
All is not lost in Europe for the world’s biggest telecoms equipment provider.
Vodafone UK, Qualcomm and Ericsson are conducting ‘over the air’ tests with 5G technology and a smartphone-sized device.
British would-be market entrant, Dense Air, pulled out of the bidding.
The German operator has announced that the trial is underway in the city, which is close to Frankfurt.
Turkcell’s CEO has spoken out in support of the Chinese vendor and suggests competition not cyber-espionage is the problem.
As MWC2019 looms, the multi-stranded row about the world’s biggest telecoms equipment-maker intensifies as operators fret.
EE will trial its 5G network at the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs), which it sponsors, using hologram technology and AI to show off fashion.
Video streaming services will achieve 585 million subscriptions in 2019, according to new analysis from ABI Research.
State-funded agency assembles partners Siemens, BT, PTC, IBM, ServiceNow, Semtech and Texas Instruments to accelerate progress on network tech.
The operator’s 5G TechCity project in the north of Munich saw two locations, 5km apart, linked by dual-band 5G radio in mid-January.
Thirteen months after the revised Electronic Communications Code came into play, network operators, and property and land owners remain dissastisfied.
Telenor’s ‘next-generation’ 5G pilot will be carried out by Telenor Norway in partnership with Ericsson and complement its existing 5G pilot in Kongsberg.
After indictment yesterday, US could ban American companies from selling software and chips to Huawei, which the Chinese company relies on heavily.
Almost 80% of European operators expect 5G to open up new enterprise revenue opportunities, according to a new survey.
Regulator offers industries local licences on 'better-than-operator' terms in 3.GHz and 26GHz range to boost Industrie 4.0.
It might be a case of jumping before pushed, given the way the situation has snowballed in the last few days.
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