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Ericsson drives 5G with new R&D in France

Ericsson drives 5G with new R&D in France

Ericsson will establish a new R&D site in France with up to 300 employees, accelerating 5G momentum in Europe. This site will focus initially on 5G software development and security,…

CBA gets tough with FCC

The C-Band Alliance (CBA) has filed a comprehensive 16-page statement with the FCC that pulls no punches in its argument for a fair commercial reward for reallocating 280 MHz of…

Sky Mobile launches free 5G

Sky Mobile launches free 5G

UK MVNO Sky Mobile has launched 5G connectivity on its network effective immediately, with the operator claiming it offers great value to new and existing customers, as it is available…

Telco majors collaborate on 5G

Telco majors collaborate on 5G

Global 5G leaders have come together to create a first-of-its-kind forum to accelerate the delivery of 5G and mobile-edge computing-enabled solutions around the world. The 5G Future Forum will collaborate…

CBA: “Incentivise us, and we will be speedy”

The C-Band Alliance (CBA, comprising Intelsat, SES and Telesat) filed a Fact Sheet on January 14th that – in essence – urges the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to move more…

Study: 5G connections to reach 1.5bn

Study: 5G connections to reach 1.5bn

A study from Juniper Research has found that the total number of 5G connections will reach 1.5 billion globally by 2025, rising from only 5 million in 2019. This is…

Study: Huawei ban will add 30% to 5G cost

A global report from Oxford Economics explores the potential costs of restricting competition in the provision of 5G network equipment (with regard to price, time, and productivity) across eight leading…

TIM claims European 5G speed record

TIM claims European 5G speed record

Italian MNO TIM and Ericsson, alongside Qualcomm, have successfully completed Europe’s first connection overcoming the 2 Gbps speed barrier on a 5G live commercial network. The connection was completed on…

Research: 5G won’t guarantee device upgrades

The smartphone will remain the dominant consumer device into the new decade, but the arrival of 5G will not guarantee a surge in device upgrades, according to new GSMA Intelligence…

Ofcom UK full fibre plan

Ofcom UK full fibre plan

Homes and businesses up and down the UK are set to benefit from much faster and more reliable fibre broadband, under major proposals set out by comms regulator Ofcom. As…

Streaming, 5G, AI to boost US tech spend to $422bn

Streaming, 5G, AI to boost US tech spend to $422bn

The rising popularity of streaming services along with 5G connectivity and artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled devices will drive revenue growth for the US consumer tech industry to a record $422 billion…

Over a third of Spain set for DTT switch in Feb

Over a third of Spain set for DTT switch in Feb

Six out of 17 Spanish Regions (Comunidades Autónomas) will complete the DTT migration (which starts on February 10th) by March 3rd. Aragón, País Vasco, Castilla y León, Galicia, Castilla-La Mancha…

South Korea: Decline in mobile revenue to hit pay-TV market

South Korea: Decline in mobile revenue to hit pay-TV market

The total telecom and pay-TV services revenue in South Korea is expected to decline at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 0.3 per cent in between 2019 and 2024.…

2020 not predictable, but anyway…

Most years in digital media could be captioned “a significant year of change [development], [evolution], [revolution]”, your precise description choice probably depending on your perspective. 2020 will, I think, be…

Ofcom: 3m UK homes can access full-fibre broadband

Ofcom: 3m UK homes can access full-fibre broadband

Nearly 3 million UK homes can now access full-fibre broadband, Ofcom’s latest data on broadband and mobile availability shows. Ofcom’s annual Connected Nations report analyses the availability of broadband and…

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