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Samsung has begun mass producing the industry’s first 16-gigabyte (GB) LPDDR5 mobile DRAM package for next-generation premium smartphones.
Technical specifications industrial group 3GPP has pushed back the release of the next two batches of 5G protocols by three months.
Following the cancellation of MWC Barcelona 2020, the GSMA has considered a financial package for its clients.
Market regulators across EU have warned operators to comply with open internet rules which only allow exceptional traffic management measures to mitigate impending network congestion.
China has cemented its position as a global 5G leader as a result of significant operator investment and growing enthusiasm amongst consumers and enterprises, according to GSMA.
French telecoms regulator Arcep put plans for a 5G spectrum auction, scheduled to take place in April, on hold.
Nokia Bell Labs said that its researchers have set the world record for the highest single carrier bit rate at 1.52 Terabits per second over 80 km of standard single mode fiber.
Siemens Smart Infrastructure has launched a smart building suite.
The International Commission on Non‐Ionizing Radiation Protection said it has found no evidence suggesting that 5G technologies might pose a risk to human health.
The tower infrastructure merger of Vodafone Italy and Telecom Italia was approved by the European Commission.
5G has gained significant traction over the past year and is now live in 24 markets worldwide, supported by an expanding roster of 5G devices and growing awareness among consumers.
Ericsson's smart factory in Lewisville, Texas, has produced its first 5G base station.
Nokia’s Board of Directors has appointed Pekka Lundmark as President and CEO.
HP is among winners of this year’s iF Design Award, the world-renowned design prize.
With combination of fiber network and 3.5 GHz frequency for 5G services, A1 Telekom started the 5Giganetwork in Austria.
Japanese tech giant Sony has unveiled two 5G smartphones and a mid-tier Xperia.
Ericsson launched AI-powered Energy Infrastructure Operations, a new energy management solution that leverages AI and advanced data analytics.
In a recent article, Financial Times claims that Switzerland is halting all further 5G rollout.
At an event in San Francisco, Samsung unveiled its new smartphone models.
The GSMA outlined plans to counter concerns of the Coronavirus outbreak at MWC Barcelona.
Chinese TCL announced that its brand licensing deal with BlackBerry will end this year.
European vendors Ericsson and Nokia were selected to deploy their 5G solutions in France. Ericsson has been selected to deploy its 5G radio access network (RAN) in three major French regions, including the capital Paris, and modernize its existing 2G/3G/4G radio access network. At the same time, Nokia will provide Orange, for a broad part of France, with a range of products and services from its end-to-end 5G portfolio, including Single RAN technology, advanced automation tools, a state-of-the-art network management solution and associated professional services.
Ericsson and the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology (IPT) have launched 5G-Industry Campus Europe last December.
IBM inventors received a record 9,262 U.S. patents in 2019, achieving a milestone of most patents ever awarded to a U.S. company.
Ericsson delivered 5G network equipment for a new pilot network that was launched in the city of Helsingør, Denmark.
Following three straight years of market contraction, global smartphone shipments are expected to return to growth in 2020 fueled by ambitious 5G plans in China, according to IDC.
While 5G launches to date have been based on non-standalone architecture, 2020 is set to see standalone 5G become a reality.
Ericsson, Telia and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) have partnered to showcase 5G-enabled driverless boat.
Auction of 5G frequencies in Czech Republic could face further delay to allow more time to attract a fourth entrant trade.
French finance ministry removed the last hurdle to commencing the 5G frequencies sale.
Huawei launched 5G Innovation and Experience Center in London.
BT has reached an agreement to sell its operations in Spain to private equity company Portobello Capital.
Bosch and Mercedes-Benz’s joint project to develop urban automated driving has now entered a new stage.
KPMG and Microsoft are strengthening their global relationship through a five-year agreement to accelerate digital transformation for KPMG member firms and mutual clients.
German operator Deutsche Telekom has halted any further deals to buy 5G gear while waiting for the German government to decide if it will ban Huawei.
Qualcomm and Siemens have setup a joint proof-of-concept project, demonstrating the first private 5G standalone network in a real industrial environment using the 3.7-3.8GHz band.
Orange denied any discussions regarding a merger with Deutsche Telekom were taking place.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called for a common stance from European countries regarding the involvement of Chinese vendors in 5G network deployments.
France plans to sell each operator in the country 50MHz of 5G spectrum for €350 million and then auction a further 11 lots with a minimum price of €70 million each.
Bosch has applied for 5G operating licenses for selected German locations.
The US Department of Commerce gave another 90-day reprieve for Huawei, allowing it to continue trading with American companies until mid-February.
Nokia and VMware announced an expanded partnership that includes the development of integrated solutions for support communications service providers’ in large-scale, multi-cloud operations.
At the eco-Connect Europe 2019 conference in Paris, France, the focus was on the mutually beneficial cooperation between Europe and Huawei in the era of intelligence.
Samsung has launched the latest of its global citizenship program for young adults, Samsung Innovation Campus, in Russia.
Qualcomm announced the launch of the Qualcomm Ventures 5G Ecosystem Fund to invest up to $200 million in companies building the 5G ecosystem.
At the Wireless Global Congress Huawei announced Wi-Fi 6 pilot with Mondragon University, Spain.
Starting November 1st, audiences in over 100 countries and regions can watch Apple's new service called Apple TV+.
Robert Bosch Venture Capital has participated in an extension of the recent funding of IonQ, which comprises a sum of over 55 million US dollars.
Nokia reported a solid third quarter 2019 results with increase in sales and profit year over year.
With the first 5G Joint Innovation Center in Europe, Sunrise and Huawei will work together to research and develop 5G applications for both the private and business sectors.
Apple unveiled new iPhones with camera enhancements and improved battery life, according to Bloomberg.
The owners of TeamViewer are planning a Frankfurt listing this year that could be the biggest German IPO for a tech company in nearly two decades, according to Bloomberg.
European Union antitrust regulators are already probing Facebook’s two-month-old Libra digital currency project, according to Bloomberg.
Huawei launched its Global Industry Vision report, continuing its predictions for technology and industry development up to 2025.
GfK launched Attribution+, an AI-based solution for grocery and drugstore retailers to gain valuable intelligence on shoppers.
Intel officially launched 11 new 10th Gen Core processors designed for sleek 2-in-1s and laptops.
Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei expects U.S. sanctions to curtail its revenue by about $30 billion over the coming two years, according to Bloomberg.
Ericsson has released a new ConsumerLab report which busts industry myths surrounding the value of 5G for consumers.
Apple projected quarterly sales that topped analysts’ estimates, suggesting demand for iPhones has stabilized after a disappointing holiday period, according to Bloomberg.
Ericsson Nikola Tesla Group’s business results in Q1 2019 show a continuation of stable business performance. Sales revenue amounted to 388.2 million HRK, up by 13.8% year-over-year.
Nokia reported an unexpected quarterly loss as it took an early hit in the battle to supply the next generation of mobile networks, according to Bloomberg.
Intel launched the most powerful generation of its Core mobile processors ever.
Samsung will delay the launch of its first foldable smartphone after reports of screen failures among some review units, according to Bloomberg.
Intel and Siemens Healthineers are collaborating on a break-through AI-based cardiac MRI segmentation and analysis model that has the potential to provide real-time cardiovascular disease diagnosis.
The European Union is set to call on member states to exchange information to manage the cybersecurity risks of 5G wireless networks, according to Bloomberg.
Automotive alliance Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi announced the production release of the Alliance Intelligent Cloud.
Google has unveiled Stadia, a new game streaming platform that will deliver instant access to games on any type of screen.
Ericsson announced that it has been selected by Vodafone Idea Limited, India’s leading telecom service provider, to deploy 5G-ready equipment across select markets in India.
Samsung announced that it has begun mass producing the industry’s first 512-gigabyte embedded Universal Flash Storage 3.0 for next-generation mobile devices.
IBM unveiled a new scientific milestone, announcing its highest quantum volume to date.
Huawei opened their Cyber Security Transparency Centre in Brussels.
Korean tech giant Samsung unveiled its new smartphones in an event held in San Francisco and London simultaneously.
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, NOA will present another smartphone from the Element F series, NOA F10 Pro.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government has ruled out an outright ban targeting Huawei, according to Bloomberg, citing a government official.
Ericsson and Qualcomm have achieved a non-standalone 5G New Radio data call on 2.6 GHz, adding a new frequency band to those successfully tested for commercial deployment.
Europe would fall behind the U.S. and China in the race to install 5G if governments ban Huawei, according to Bloomberg, citing an internal assessment by Deutsche Telekom.
EU warned the world’s biggest tech and advertising companies that they need to intensify efforts to combat disinformation ahead of European elections, or face regulation, according to Bloomberg.
IBM Services announced a $325 million agreement with Juniper Networks.
Tech companies are back pitching the promise of innovation, but this time they’re welcoming government oversight, according to Bloomberg.
Intel announced it has reached a major milestone in global inclusion, achieving gender pay equity across worldwide workforce while also adding stock-based compensation to pay equity analysis.
The Dutch government will need to make a decision this year on whether to restrict Huawei from playing a role in building a 5G network in the Netherlands, according to Bloomberg.
Lenovo announced that LanSchool Air, the company’s new classroom management platform, is now integrated into Edwin, Canada’s newest educational innovation.
Italy’s communications regulator turned down Telecom Italia’s plan to separate its landline network, according to Bloomberg.
The federal government has unveiled a long-awaited set of proposals to dramatically expand civilian drone flights while also tightening security, according to Bloomberg.
IBM inventors received a record 9,100 patents in 2018, marking the company's 26th consecutive year of U.S. patent leadership.
Swiss data-backup company Veeam just won a $500 million vote of confidence from its backers, according to Bloomberg.
Samsung announced its new 2019 lifestyle TVs, The Frame and The Serif TV, will be on display at CES 2019.
DJI launched the new website for professionals. Since the introduction of the Z15 three-axis aerial gimbal in 2014, the company has been committed to providing tools for creative people. The website, states DJI, continues that commitment, providing a comprehensive user experience for cinematographers and filmmakers around the world.
This year, a stand out innovative humanitarian solution won the CES Innovation Award: Creative solar energy reward system brings children to school.
IBM announced an agreement with Samsung to manufacture 7-nanometer (nm) microprocessors for IBM systems and cloud offerings.
Agremo has closed $600,000 in a investment round led by South Central Ventures and followed by Startlabs.
Ericsson has been selected by Swisscom to enhance the consumer experience for its subscribers through Ericsson Expert Analytics solution.
Deutsche Telekom is re-evaluating its purchasing strategy amid growing security concerns surrounding Huawei, according to Bloomberg.
Ericsson has been selected by Volvo to provide the industrialized Ericsson Connected Vehicle Cloud platform to further enable its digital vehicle services in more than 120 markets worldwide for the next five years.
Ericsson has inked a new deal with Telenor Group to transform its core network in Sweden, Denmark and Norway.
Apple plans to hold off until at least 2020 before offering an iPhone that can connect to 5G, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with its plans.
Intel announced the XMM 8160 5G modem, a multimode modem optimized to provide 5G connectivity to devices like phones, PCs and broadband access gateways.
DISH Network has selected Ericsson to deliver a radio access and core network for their Narrowband Internet of Things network slated for completion in March 2020.
Huawei and Three UK showcased a 5G home broadband demonstration using Three UK’s 100MHz C-Band spectrum.
Seagate and IBM announced they are working together to reduce product counterfeiting using blockchain and security technologies.