Nokia is aiming to net €3 per 5G smartphone after revealing its standard essential patent licensing rates for New Radio handset vendors.
Europe will be three years late to the 5G party, new research has claimed, with operators in the United States set to launch the world's first deployments by the end of this year.
Belgium is one of Europe's most competitive markets for network quality, as a new metrics report found nothing to separate operators in more than half the categories.
BT and Facebook are aiming to unlock fresh connectivity solutions for rural areas and self-healing networks after launching its latest start-up competition.
Three UK CTO Bryn Jones has left the operator, with the technology duties being split around the business to reflect the ongoing softwarisation of telecoms.
EE and Three is extending the work Ericsson is doing on its shared network, as it looks to improve the quality of 3G connectivity in the UK.
Artificial intelligence could help knit together disparate devices and standards, writes Thomas Rockmann, VP Connected Home at Deutsche Telekom
Swisscom is delaying the nationwide deployment of its 5G network thanks to a restrictive political climate that is causing more expensive investment conditions, the operator has said.
Network slicing could bag operators $6 billion in revenues through the creation of new services but only if interoperability is central, a new report has claimed.