Category: 5G


The Telecoms.com Podcast: Back in business

Scott and Jamie put the band back together with the help of Iain from Light Reading. The telecoms tyrants pick up where they left off by arguing the toss over net neutrality, Europe’s 5G progress and some new gadgetry for IFA. In classic journalistic tradition they end up debating whether any of it actually matters and completely fail to come to a unanimous conclusion on anything.

Virtualization: A Critical Capability for Service Provider Success in IoT, 5G & Beyond

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a huge opportunity for communications service providers (CSPs), because of the sheer scale of investment it will attract and the business impact it will have globally. This white paper looks at developments in the IoT landscape and the critical factors and obstacles that CSPs need to be aware of […]

Huawei goes bear hunting at the 5G frontier

With the 5G world looming ever larger on the horizon, Huawei has launched X-Haul, a solution to tackle the complications imposed on bearer network bandwidth, latency, connections and O&M.

The 14 August Recap

A recap of the week’s telecoms talking points. Jamie and Scott review the decision by UK operator Three to request a judicial review into the circumstances surrounding the impending 5G spectrum auction. Three is moaning because it thinks there should be a much lower cap on the total amount of licensed spectrum owned by any one operator, but the guys wonder if there may be other strategies at work and question whether its desirable to delay the progress of 5G.

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Polls

Following comments from the European Data Protection Supervisor, do you feel the internet giants are taking advantage of the digital economy?

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