After much deliberation, the UK Prime Minister announces Huawei will be allowed a limited presence in non-core elements of 5G infrastructure.
DNA has started selling 5G phone and broadband subscriptions, ahead of rolling out services to 20 locations in Finland early this year.
BT-owned Openreach has outlined plans to make full-fibre broadband available in 227 market towns and villages in the UK, with building to start in the next 14 months.
Swisscom says it has successfully tested a private 5G network at the 2020 Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The Japanese government is drawing up a 6G strategy setting up a dedicated panel on the technology, reports say.
As part of a pilot project in Lüdinghausen, Deutsche Telekom will use Deutsche Glasfaser’s fibre network.
Telekom Austria's subsidiary A1 is set to roll out 5G on January 25 in 350 locations across 129 municipalities in Austria.
In November, Vodafone Group’s CEO, Nick Read, said he would liquidate the Indian opco if the remedies it requested from the Indian government were not met.
The operator is restructuring its deal with CityFibre to encourage accelerated build out to more places and working with Openreach in Salisbury (pictured) in the south-west of England.
Vietnam’s biggest telecom company, Viettel, says it is the only operator in the world that is capable of producing its own 5G equipment. Some industry analysts are skeptical.
Gamechanger or Trailblazer? Award Judge Caroline Gabriel, Owner of Rethink Research, explains what winning qualities we'll be looking for in our two NEW award categories.
Ericsson’s new embedded SIM (eSIM) solution will replace physical SIM cards, aiming to improve user experience.
As part of plans for the Shared Rural Network (SRN) in the UK, BT has submitted an outline of the proposed costs for infrastructure-sharing.
Openreach drops threshold to 20 new dwellings at a site to install fibre and parent BT is the first European operator to sign up for Google’s Stadia gaming platform.
John Strand of Strand Consult argues that restricting the use of Huawei and ZTE’s equipment from networks would not harm Europe’s mobile operators, nor meaningfully reduce competition or delay rollout – but it could greatly improve security.
A1-supported start-ups Azoomee and Scarletred have won the City of Vienna’s 5G Use Case Challenge.
The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, said that security is paramount for the UK’s 5G networks but argued Huawei's critics must come up with an “alternative” provider.
5G connections will reach 1.5 billion globally by 2025, up from 5 million in 2019, according to a Juniper Research – an annual average growth of 150% over the next six years.
A critical difference between 5G networks and preceding generations will be the diversity of organisations building, managing and monetising them.
The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has told charity Electrosensitivity-UK it must not run the advert again in its current form as it contains unsubstantiated claims.
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