Nokia’s 7750 Service Router portfolio will replace and upgrade IP edge and core networks, starting in Greece and Hungary.
The two have signed a three-year deal that covers services for all existing and new private LTE and 5G enterprise campus network deployments.
NTT DOCOMO, Fujitsu Limited and NEC Corporation said the interoperability complied with the Open Radio Access Network (O-RAN) Alliance’s specs.
The vendor says that refarming low band radio and integrating it with mid- or high-band time division duplex (TDD) spectrum is a low cost, quick fix.
Europe’s biggest operator, Deutsche Telekom, says more than 16 million people have access to 5G services which will rise to 40 million by mid July.
EE, part of BT Group, has signed an agreement with Nokia to build the infrastructure for emergency services across Great Britain.
Orange International Carriers and Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier are carrying out proofs of concept (PoC) on key performance indicators and IPX HUB breakouts.
Nokia has deployed a “5G-ready” private wireless solution for Polish energy company PGE Systemy, following a one-year trial of a 450 MHz proof-of-concept (PoC) network.
Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone are teaming up to improve LTE coverage in rural areas and along traffic routes in Germany.
To best serve the needs of Industry 4.0 customers, the partners will first analyse market needs, test equipment interoperability and investigate spectrum planning.
Telekom Albania has selected Ericsson as the sole supplier to modernise its radio and core networks in a five-year deal.
The two plan to deploy between 900 and 2,000 new mobile network sites between 2020 and 2024, mostly in rural areas and along transport routes.
5G will cover up to 65% of the world's population by the end of 2025 and handle 45% of global mobile data traffic by then the report says.
KPN and offshore telecommunication supplier Tampnet have entered into a partnership to expand 4G coverage in the North Sea for business customers.
Cobham Wireless’s idDAS (intelligent digital distributed antenna system) is now providing 4G coverage in Berlin’s U-Bahn for subscribers of all three of Germany’s major mobile operators.
The new company is claimed to the world's first end-to-end, cloud-native mobile operator and began trialling its network in major Japanese cities earlier this month.
The operator says its “continued to massively expand the LTE network", providing many holiday resorts with fast Internet access.
DT and Ericsson announce a strategic partnership to jointly serve industrial enterprise customers with Campus Networks.
Since May this year, Deutsche Telekom has deployed 141 new mobile communications locations in Germany to drive network expansion.
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.
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