T-Mobile Polska has switched on four 5G New Radio base stations in Warsaw, in the first steps of its next generation technology rollout.
Huawei has got some good news during a troubled week after signing a deal to develop and rollout 5G services for Altice Portugal.
Telia Company and Ericsson have opened Sweden's first 5G network using standardised radio and core products and serving as a testbed for enterprises and academics.
Europe's penchant for hands-on regulation could damage 5G's deployment before it properly starts, writes Dimitris Mavrakis, ABI Research
An autonomous robot will help carry out service tasks at Helsinki Airport after being connected to Telia Company's third 5G network in Finland.
Nokia has borrowed €250 million to finance research and development into 5G in the latest part of its turnaround plan.
Qualcomm has pledged to invest $100 million in artificial intelligence start-ups as it shifts from the cloud to the edge.
TIM has made its first 5G connection on its live network using a prototype handset, in its latest piece of research into next generation technology.
Sunrise has launched its second 5G network in Switzerland, connecting the LAAX resort on the Crap Sogn Gion mountain.
5G will account for almost a third of European's mobile subscriptions, Ericsson has predicted, with the technology set to reach 1.5 billion subscriptions worldwide by the end of 2024.
O2 has become the latest British operator to launch a 5G trial with Massive MIMO pilots in Kings Cross and Marble Arch in central London.
EE will use its 5G network to hold a live broadcast of the forthcoming EE Wembley Cup final, featuring YouTubers Spencer Owen, F2 Freestylers, Calfreezy, WillNE and Stephen Tries.
Governments should subsidise telecoms infrastructure deployments and work harder to make spectrum available, the CEO of Huawei has said as the vendor revealed it had shipped its 10,000th 5G base station.
Telia is opening a new 5G network in Finland and aiming at industrial companies to trial the connectivity.
5G's strengths have been demonstrated again in an industrial context, with Telefónica and Nokia holding a demonstration within a production line.
Telia's emerging businesses arm Division X and Nokia taking part in a series of industrial trials exploring how 5G's ultra-reliable low latency communications (URLLC) can aid smart electricity and harbour automation.
EE has earmarked six UK cities for its 5G launch and promised commercial devices will be ready for the network going live next year.
Swisscom has secured the first over the air connection on a live 3.5GHz 5G network by connecting a prototype smartphone.
Telenor Group is using five Norwegian families to test broadband and TV over a 5G network, in the first real-life pilot of the technology in Scandinavia.
EE, O2 and Three have continued their race to be the UK's leading 5G operator with new masts, new investment and new connected car projects.
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