From today, T-Mobile Netherlands (NL) will start testing 5G on the 700MHz frequency after it received two test licences from the spectrum regulator.
Operator and former Philips Lighting company are to explore consumer, IoT and industrial applications.
Telenor has launched what it claims is Scandinavia’s largest 5G pilot in the Norwegian municipality of Elverum.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, published a new standard agreement to help clarify terms between commercial landlords, public property owners and mobile providers.
While automation was historically seen as an opportunity to reduce cost, a new report from Juniper Networks finds that security is now the top technology driver, cited by 67% of respondents.
At its annual event in Seattle, Amazon announced it will be launching Sidewalk, a new low-bandwidth, long-distance wireless protocol to connect IoT devices such as trackers, sensors, lightbulbs and more.
As part of an Italian cohort, Telecom Italia (TIM) has applied an analysis model which suggests that 5G could cut CO2 emissions by 8.2 per cent a year at the Port of Livorno.
The Common NFVI Telco Taskforce (CNTT) has reached its first major milestone with the publication of an initial common reference model and first reference architecture.
Bengt Nordström, CEO of consulting firm Northstream, looks at 5G roll-outs around the world so far, early use cases and those to come. He outlines three primary areas where he thinks mobile operators must make big changes if they are to gain maximum benefit from 5G.
Could edge computing shift the balance of power from the big public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services to network operators and and help them address a $4 trillion market? How well do operators understand this and what are they doing about it? Sue Tabbitt investigates.
Three UK is deploying 1400MHz or ‘L-Band’ spectrum at its busiest sites to improve 4G performance as data usage soars.
The 5G market is developing much more quickly than the previous generation 4G LTE standard, with a total of 31 5G commercial service launches globally by the end of the second quarter of 2019, new analysis from IHS Markit reveals.
Operators are struggling to turn the ITU's IMT2020 vision of 5G into commercial reality as the technology turns out to be a “much bigger animal than anticipated".
The project will equip a standard ambulance with devices and 5G connectivity, transforming the vehicle into a remote consultation room.
Altice’s innovation arm, Altice Labs, held a simulation exercise in Portugal’s Aveiro to test the use of 5G in emergency situations.
Green bonds are to set to be increasingly used in the telecoms sector to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve energy efficiency.
Working with Ericsson, the operator switched on the country’s first live urban 5G test network.
The Japanese company is widely acknowledged to have built the world’s first end-to-end fully virtualised, cloud-native network.
Tefficient has published its twenty-fourth report on mobile data use, analysing 115 operators' data from the first half of this year.
The operator claims the largest area of contiguous 5G coverage in Germany so far, at around 6km square, provided by 66 antennae in Berlin’s Mitte district.
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