The operator says it has converted 1,000 antennas to “full 5G”, to offer lower latency and network slicing.
The chip maker is working on an individual basis with Fujitsu, Google Cloud, Mavenir, Radisys and Wind River to develop solutions for its NVIDIA AI-on-5G platform.
Growth of virtual network functions (VNFs) will be driven by virtual customer premises equipment (vCPE).
Mari-Noëlle Jégo-Laveissière, Deputy CEO Europe at Orange, talks to Annie Turner about her local and group priorities, converged networks, cloud strategy, AI and more.
The two have signed a five-year deal to upgrade Alstom’s infrastructure to being cloud based.
Dublin-based AdaptiveMobile Security disclosed details of what it says is a major security vulnerability that threatens operators and their enterprise customers.
The aim is to develop a blueprint for mobile broadband and Open RAN based on the Rakuten Communications Platform (RCP).
TelcoDR, a public cloud transformation specialist, has acquired what was Ericsson’s floorspace to become one of the largest exhibitors at MWC Barcelona 2021.
The German operator has carried out a video call in a 5G-only environment.
The new group’s aim is to make the networks accessible for a broad range of use cases and customers.
Telia’s ambition is to bring nationwide 5G coverage to Norway by 2023 with tech partner Ericsson.
Working with partners, the operator trialled Ultra High-Definition (UHD) video streaming and a self-driving vehicle.
SiRRAN Communications and TD-Mobile will support its push into secure, private networks with new mobile core and connectivity solutions.
The firm claims it is paving the way for mass deployment of Open RAN in 5G networks with "industry-first" Open RAN Solution Stack.
The SmartRAN Open Network Interoperability Centre (SONIC) is a joint programme between Digital Catapult and Ofcom.
The operator and IBM announced Cloud Garden 2.0, the next phase of Telefónica’s cloud services platform designed to speed up the modernisation of applications.
Solar power is widely used in Germany, but not to run commercial mobile mast sites.
Switzerland's biggest operator has chosen TEOCO's ASSET 5G suite for its radio network planning.
Germany’s largest operator says it is the first in the country to do so.
The companies’ female C-suite execs say their strategic partnership is about culture as well as tech.
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