Category: 5G


The Telecoms.com Podcast: Everyone’s a winner

This special edition of the Telecoms.com podcast is brought to you from the Global Telecoms Awards because nobody felt like coming into the office the next day. Scott, Ray, Jamie and Iain all reflect on a top night out, with Scott trying to nip his hangover in the bud with a bottle of bubbly he nicked off another table. Earlier in the week Vodafone tried something a bit different with its tariffs, but Iain wasn’t impressed, preferring instead to bang on about Ericsson’s lofty 5G claims.

Broadcom reportedly eyes Qualcomm in $100bn deal

Broadcom has been one of the more active pursuers of acquisition in recent years, and it’s appetite doesn’t seem to have been satisfied as it apparently lines up a $100 billion shot at Qualcomm.

Ericsson goes MASSIVE on MIMO

Ericsson has announced a couple of new partnerships with Entel and SmarTone, adding to the growing enthusiasm surround massive MIMO technologies.

Ericsson has a school reunion at Verizon

It was just like old times at Ericsson this week as a collaboration with Verizon meant it could catch up with ex alumni and reminisce about the good old days.

Ericsson shows it’s Hungary for 5G

Hungary might not be the most advanced telecoms market in the world but a 5G first is still a 5G first, and this one has been claimed by Ericsson.

Global Mobile Broadband Forum: An Overview

Mobile AI, the evolution of mobile broadband architectures and the latest insights into 5G will all feature prominently at this year’s Global Mobile Broadband Forum in London.

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