Category: 5G


The Telecoms.com Podcast: Having a Broadbandectomy

While Jamie traverses the Far East, Ray Le Maistre from Telecoms.com’s sister site Light Reading jumps in for the pod this week. The modified gang tries to get its head around 5G and 4.5G Pro hype while trying to dodge exploding Samsung batteries. Elsewhere, AT&T takes a swipe at Google Fiber with a catty and ill-considered rant, while Virgin Media gets its game back with a bundle taking aim at gaming addicts. Tim pushes BT’s customer experience team to its limits and has a broadbandectomy; SpaceX’s ambitions come crashing back down to Earth, and we comment on the collective pressgasm over iPhone 7 rumours.
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ZTE bags 5G success and sizeable network transformation deal

In yet another incremental step towards 5G, ZTE has claimed the completion of the first major phase of testing for 5G wireless technology in China. The tests, ran in partnership with the Chinese government as part of its “5G China” initiative, looked to verify a variety of key enabling technologies required of the next generation […]

The Telecoms.com Podcast: It’s not paranoia if they’re really out to get you

Things get a bit stalky this week as the gang go over AI surveillance and predictive policing in Chicago. Whatsapp tries its best to disguise self-interest as customer experience excellence; Verizon decides to go it alone in the 5G world; mobile helps the BBC strike gold for Olympics views and the internet does what the internet does best by revealing its least favourite word. Meanwhile, pizzas go aerial with drone delivery and Scott fancies getting a slice of the action; Jamie gives an update on his new life in the smartphone era; and the podders reveal their most-hated buzzword.

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5G partnership of the day – BT and Nokia

Everyone who’s anyone has a 5G partnership these days and it’s good to see the UK belatedly joining the party, as BT announced a new collaboration with Nokia.

From 2G to 5G: a complex evolution for operators

The introduction of LTE means that operators have to run multiple networks in parallel: the circuit-switch network for 2G, 3G and the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) to support voice, video and messaging on the LTE network.

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