Deutsche Telekom, Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) and Nokia have completed field tests demonstrating the benefits of network slicing for industrial applications.
The total highest pledges top €6.37 billion after 481 rounds of bidding up to last Friday: a long-term power struggle looms after regulator changes tactics.
5G networks are set to generate 26% of wireless service revenue in 2024, according to a new forecast report from Strategy Analytics’ Service Provider Strategies service.
The operator will begin with home broadband in London then expand to mobile and home broadband in 25 towns and cities across the UK by the end of 2019.
In addition to concerns about Android, there are worries about splintering standards, crippling costs and slower tech development.
Nokia Spain and Telefónica are working together to implement a 5G testbed for media and entertainment.
5G will generate trillions in new value and it starts with city deployments, says new research from ABI Research.
The search giant argues Huawei will produce a hybrid version of Android and increase security risks, according to a report.
A third of industrial companies plan to apply for a private 5G licence, according to new research from Capgemini.
Japanese vendor NEC will provide equipment for Rakuten Mobile’s bid to build the world’s first cloud-native 5G network.
Operators Tele2 and Bite sign an agreement to create a network-sharing joint venture in Latvia and Lithuania to reduce operational costs and speed deployments.
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.
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