New 5G-controlled robot can reach elevated areas, say collaborators
New research looks at the forces at play in the Open RAN ecosystem and mulls whether expectations are realistic
Could Dumfries become the Dundee of 5G?
Regulator promises exciting competition across the spectrum
Europe and UK must buy more 5G equipment to meet climate targets
Practical guidance on 5G private fitting for all shapes and sizes
Agreement 'covers entire Iberian capacity' it claims
TIM dumped Altiostar because it doesn’t do 2G
Time-Critical Communication (TCC) software could have instant impact
Research paves way for pan-European, cross-border automation of vehicles
The vendor will implement locally manufactured 'Made in Poland' radio systems
Mobile first engagements to be omni-channel but empathetic
Satellite networks could sweat 4G assets if fibre's delayed, by-pass the not-in-my-back-yard (NIMBY) objectors to masts
Open RAN is designed to help operators avoid CPU lock in
There were differences of opinion concerning Open RAN, edge, hyperscalers and the move to cloud native and more. Annie Turner reports.
ETSI DECT-2020 NR, the “world’s first non-cellular 5G technology standard”, has been recognised by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
Keeping its supply chain diversity options Open
Juniper Research predicts more than 60% of base stations used in private net deployments in 2023 will be 5G
Was Zephyrtel first of many as it scales up on the acquisition trail?
Finnish vendor secures exclusive contract for five years
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