Vodafone UK has lost a court case could open the door to a wave of legal challenges by landowners and property owners who host 5G phone masts.
The operator (which trades as O2) says it is the first in Germany to build its 5G core to support new industiral solutions in the cloud.
Telefónica's Executive Chairman José María Álvarez-Pallete promises “outstanding hyperconnectivity in European terms from combining 5G and fibre".
An exclusive interview with Mr Lim Chinn Hwa, Senior Director (Smart Nation Platform Solutions), GovTech Singapore, and keynote speaker at our virtual event, 5G: Performing at the Edge.
Frost & Sullivan reckons the market will grow at an “astounding compound annual growth rate of 157.4%” to reach $7.23 billion (€6.12 billion) by 2024, up from $64.1 million in 2019.
They say it was achieved using fully containerised central unit/distributed unit (CU/DU) and open front haul. Turkcell's CTO hails "new era".
Dell’Oro Group says 5G core network accounts for nearly 15% of mobile core network revenues in 2Q 2020.
Law firm EIP's victory in the Supreme Court against Huawei and ZTE means patent holders can insist on implementers taking out global licences for their entire portfolios.
The launch of Denmark's first 5G network will take place on 7 September and will reach up to 80% of the population by the end of the month.
The operator says it runs on edge compute to minimise the distance to the customer.
The Financial Times reports officials and ministries informally telling telcos to avoid Huawei equipment.
Now valued at just over £10 billion, the former UK incumbent is preparing to see off any hostile bids.
The two agreed “a strategic cooperation” to advance the development of applications in 5G, AI and machine learning.
KPN rolled out 5G to about half the Netherlands at the end of last month; now the Dutch operator is focusing on enterprise customers.
Vodafone joins project to research and test 5G's potential role in enabling autonomous passenger ferries, port logistics and sailing events on the Kiel Inner Fjord.
The operator wants an agile DevOps culture to speed innovation and reduce time-to-market.
Vivo, Telefónica Group’s Brazilian subsidiary, has extended its contract for the Netcracker Revenue Management and Service Activation platforms.
5G’s greater use of spectrum and a much wider diversity in use cases will strain backhaul capacity.
SmartWater is working with operators to help protect their masts from arson attacks and to improve the chances of catching the criminals.
Sunrise Communications, the Swiss operator, has deployed Nokia’s cloud-native converged charging software to price and promote consumer and business services.
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