Deutsche Telekom and Software AG have signed an IoT made in Germany strategic partnership to expand their presence across the US, Germany and European markets.
The operator claims new digital InLink hubs, which replaced phone boxes, will help give a better picture of air quality issues.
Attendees at the live demo also experienced eight-channel HD video streaming, virtual reality (VR) video and drone services.
The operators plan to have the agreement in place by the end of the year and say the shared network will enable them to improve service quality and indoor coverage.
The country’s biggest operator has been put up for sale after a court ruling appeared to draw a line under a long-standing dispute about the company’s ownership.
Cisco Systems is to buy optical networking firm Acacia Communications for $2.6 billion to help it make inroads into the cloud market.
The Lab is to enable external security verification of ZTE's products, services and processes; meanwhile politicians query using ZTE's 5G kit on Channel Island.
Monaco Telecom has rolled out 5G nationwide in the principality of Monaco, reportedly using Huawei kit throughout the network.
The French operator wants to achieve €1 billion revenues from its cybersecurity business in 2022, through acquisitions and organic growth.