When fibre falls short of the base station, there is another route
The unit is drawing on experience in the NTT group, which is running some Open RAN sites in its 5G network in Japan.
BT is launching a new business unit to serve the 5.7 million UK firms with up to nine people working at them – about 95% of all UK businesses.
Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom and Telefónica are expanding their coverage to provide more stable and reliable reception on trains.
Open Wi-Fi is a Telecom Infra Project (TIP) initiative which will be formally launched on 12 May.
The R&D arm of Deutsche Telekom is offering prize money of up to €150,000: the winners will be announced in September.
The deployment is for WESTbahn’s new, expanded fleet of intercity trains on the Vienna to Salzburg line.
Martha Suárez, President of the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance, says demand for wireless broadband is ever-growing in Europe, so it is crucial to identify new mid-band spectrum for unlicensed access.
One of the largest NHS trusts is trialling remote diagnostic technology developed by BT.
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The US regulator has granted access to an additional 1200MHz of the unlicensed 6GHz band while Europe dithers.
Belgium’s Proximus is deploying AirTies Cloud, a platform that continuously optimises networks to provide real-time visibility into subscribers' Wi-Fi performance.
ABI Research forecasts that Wi-Fi 6 devices will account for over half of the Consumer Premises Equipment (CPE) market by 2024. The news comes after the Wi-Fi Alliance launched a Wi-Fi 6 certification programme earlier this week.
Wi-Fi’s critical role in the success of 5G is shown in a white paper from the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) and the Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) Alliance.
Vodafone rained on BT’s 5G parade, offering unlimited data at no extra cost for 5G, now its offering the UK’s first home broadband bundles with 5G.
Transport Commissioner, Violeta Bulc, pushed Wi-Fi as the standard because it is readily available and to drastically reduce the 25,000 deaths a year on Europe's roads.
Mobile traffic will reach almost a zettabyte per year by 2022, according to Cisco’s latest Mobile Visual Networking Index (VNI) Forecast.
Standards bodies call for combined 5G and Wi-Fi network resources to address new opportunities and use cases.
BT is extending its Complete Wi-Fi to new Superfast and Ultrafast Fibre broadband customers.
Wi-Fi provider iPass has signed a deal worth seven figures to provide connectivity to customers of Deutsche Telekom Group.
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