The Amdocs SmartRAN optimization solution will be integrated into Intel’s FlexRAN software reference architecture and take part in O-RAN MIMO test use case.
In a blog, Jason S Boswell, Head of Security, Network Product Solutions at Ericsson outlines his concerns about security.
The operator (which trades as O2) says it is the first in Germany to build its 5G core to support new industiral solutions in the cloud.
Telefónica's Executive Chairman José María Álvarez-Pallete promises “outstanding hyperconnectivity in European terms from combining 5G and fibre".
The launch of Denmark's first 5G network will take place on 7 September and will reach up to 80% of the population by the end of the month.
The operator says it runs on edge compute to minimise the distance to the customer.
KPN rolled out 5G to about half the Netherlands at the end of last month; now the Dutch operator is focusing on enterprise customers.
Sunrise Communications, the Swiss operator, has deployed Nokia’s cloud-native converged charging software to price and promote consumer and business services.
Their ambitions span OpenRAN and core cloud network solutions for data and voice, initially in Austria, Germany and Switzerland.
After five years’ contraction, the market grew slightly in 2019, offsetting reduced demand for managed services.
Will OpenRAN's mainstream adoption spell the end of an era for incumbent vendors or is the technology too immature to meet customers’ demands? Graeme Neill reports.
The Finnish equipment vendor improved cash generation, and said these were “clear indications of a return to strength in mobile radio”.
The call apparently took place within 25 days of Nokia’s software being deployed.
It plans to bring coverage to two-thirds of the people in Germany by the end of the year.
Helmut Reisinger, CEO of Orange Business Services, recently talked to Annie Turner the division’s evolution and progress over the last highly eventful year.
The network will be rolled out in the Central African Republic as part of Orange's Ideal programme which stands for Include Digital in Every African Life.
In a white paper, the South Korean giant predicts 6G deployments as soon as 2028 and commercialisation by 2030.
The network will be the first of its kind in the US, according to the parties, as DISH strives to become the fourth national mobile provider.
UK operator says Government policy is needed to speed up 5G deployment in the next decade citing research published today.
In a virtual meeting, the two agreed to jointly focus on areas including security, 5G, Open vRAN, B2B expansion and distributed cloud.
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