The Dutch multi-frequency spectrum auction has been further delayed while authorities carry out additional research, reports say.
The BBC and BT successfully made the UK’s first live TV broadcast over a public 5G connection, using EE’s 5G network, but second attempt failed.
The country’s 5G spectrum auction enters its tenth week, with bids worth €6 billion so far.
Vodafone and Ericsson successfully demonstrated 5G for gaming on the go; Vodafone UK has teamed up with esport leader, ESL.
Huawei claims to be the first in the communications industry to propose ‘deterministic networking’.
The French regulator Arcep sticks to 2020 deadline; Huawei claims 5G equipment is "tailor-made for Europe".
From 30th May, 5G will be available in Belfast, Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, London and Manchester.
Deutsche Telekom recently held the first meeting of its newly founded Municipal Advisory Board in Berlin.
Deutsche Telekom, which is still bidding in the fierce 5G spectrum auction in Germany, finally gets some better news from across the Atlantic.
A growing number of disputes about the installation of 5G equipment risks delaying 5G’s roll-out in the UK, a new report claims.
It’s hard to predict the global impact of the President’s export ban on US' companies selling to Huawei without specific licence, but Europeans remain measured in response.
Europe needs “urgent and decisive action” if it is to benefit from 5G’s capabilities and not lose out to the US and China, warns Ericsson's President and CEO.
Iliad asks regulator, Arcom, to assess the impact of Vodafone’s infrastructure-sharing agreement with TIM.
Vodafone says it will switch on its 5G network for consumers and business customers in seven cities across the UK on 3 July 2019.
President Trump could issue an executive order this week banning US firms from using Huawei telecoms equipment.
The 5G TODAY project has kicked off a field trial for TV broadcasting via 5G in Germany.
The four have agreed to reciprocal sharing of masts in remote areas if Ofcom will amend coverage targets for the upcoming spectrum auction.
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.
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