The spectrum sharing software can run on any of the 5 million ‘5G-ready’ radios shipped by Ericsson since 2015 and is live on networks including those of Swisscom and Play.
The Telecom Infra Project (TIP) has announced new collaborations with telecom industry organisations and plans to expand existing partnerships.
Nokia agreement is designed to ensure OpEx in Japan is predictable, while Singapore operator taps Rakuten’s expertise for 4G trials.
The Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) has approved the use of the 5G frequencies in the 3.5GHz range which were auctioned in Düsseldorf in late summer 2019.
The Small Cell Forum (SCF) has published a whitepaper on the commercialisation of end-to-end small cell automation for 5G.
Three UK has selected alternative infrastructure provider CityFibre as a preferred supplier to provide backhaul connectivity to support its 5G roll-out
French mobile operator IIiad Group is expanding its partnership with Nokia to roll out 5G networks across France and Italy.
Euskaltel’s strategy is to leverage the Virgin brand, offer simple, one-price converged products and “[pick] off the soft underbelly of the big three”.
Two years after the deal was mooted, and having overcoming many hurdles, Deutsche Telekom reportedly wants to pay less.
Czech national infrastructure provider CETIN plans to extend fibre-optic connectivity to areas with low-density populations, with support from the European Union.
nPerf’s annual Barometer of fixed connections in Switzerland for 2019, found Salt offered the best download and upload speed for the second year in a row.
Romania is a successful and pioneering market for Orange Group as its CTO, Emmanuel Chautard, explained to Annie Turner.
Federal Judge Victor Marrero cleared the way for the $59 billion transaction without imposing any further conditions.
O2 says 50 sites are now live on its Long Term Evolution, category M1 (LTE-M) low-power, wide-area network (LPWAN) for IoT devices.
Slovakian operator Orange Slovensko has chosen Nokia to upgrade its Radio Access Network (RAN) to pave the way for 5G.
Deutsche Telekom has reportedly told Nokia to improve its products and services to be in with a chance of winning business back from the operator.
Proximus has signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop a private 5G network for the Port of Antwerp.
The Chinese giant, which has itself often been accused of the industrial espionage, is filing lawsuits across the state of Texas.
Group CEO Nick Read (pictured) said it will take five year and cost €200 million – meanwhile growth remains incremental and India hangs in the balance.
Telekom Albania has selected Ericsson as the sole supplier to modernise its radio and core networks in a five-year deal.
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