Nokia announced that its next-generation 5G AirScale Cloud RAN solution based on vRAN2.0 will be commercially available this year with general availability expected in 2021.
To upgrade antenna network from 4G to 5G, Deutsche Telekom will continue to use the existing suppliers Ericsson and Huawei.
Over 16 million people in Germany can now use Deutsche Telekom's commercial 5G network.
Nokia and AT&T made a successful limited live trial of the RAN Intelligent Controller over commercial 5G mmWave network in New York City.
In the Croatian city Samobor, Hrvatski Telekom has tested the technology that enables fast coverage with 5G services in larger areas.
German subsidiary of Telefónica has chosen Ericsson as a provider of 5G Core Network.
ZTE and China Mobile have launched China’s first 5G medical edge cloud platform.
The GSMA and O-RAN ALLIANCE have joined forces to accelerate the adoption of Open Radio Access Network products and solutions.
Swedish communications service provider Telia has launched commercial 5G in Stockholm.
The Agence National des Fréquences, published a detailed report on the exposure values measured during several 5G pilot deployments conducted in France.
Nokia achieved the world’s fastest 5G speeds in its Over-the-Air network in Dallas, Texas.
Telia Norway has switched on their 5G commercial network, offering subscribers high-speed services.
Fujitsu and Qualcomm accomplished a landmark by successfully completing a 5G NR data call with multi-gigabit connection using 5G sub-6 GHz carrier aggregation.
Iskratel will provide active and passive telecommunications equipment for the construction of an ultra-fast fibre-optic broadband network in 210 municipalities in Slovenia and Croatia.
Huawei and MediaTek reached a new big milestone of completing the 5G NR Interoperability and Development Testing for the Super Uplink solution in the lab environment.
Many European countries look likely to set aside mobile spectrum for private licensing.
Leading Polish energy sector company PGE Systemy has chosen Nokia's 5G-ready, industrial-grade private wireless solution.
Deutsche Telekom has signed its first NarrowBand IoT roaming agreements with several European operator partners.
Ericsson and BT have signed a deal to deploy Ericsson’s dual-mode 5G Core, as the UK operator took steps to replace Huawei gear in sensitive parts of its infrastructure.
If German operators fail to meet a set of mobile broadband coverage targets, regulator could pull punitive action.
Ericsson and mobile operator Elisa have been selected by Erillisverkot Group, the state-run body for critical services in Finland, to provide 5G network.
Magyar Telekom and Ericsson have launched commercial 5G in Hungary.
Police and counter-terrorism authorities are investigating acts of arson against mobile phone masts in the UK.
Hungarian operators, Magyar Telekom, Vodafone Hungary and Telenor Hungary, paid HUF128.5 billion ($400 million) into acquiring 5G spectrum licences.
In its latest Network report, Verizon said it is now handling twice the number of wireless calls on weekdays compared to Mother’s Day.
The International Telecommunication Union issued guidelines for countries to develop emergency plans to maintain access to telecom networks and services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.
Nokia will extend its long-standing partnership with French mobile operator, IIiad Group, to roll out 5G networks across France and Italy.
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.
Telenor’s commercial 5G network opened yesterday in nine different cities and villages across Norway.
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