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Nokia invents the press release montage

Not content with its countless 5G ‘firsts’, Nokia has broken new marketing ground by inventing the press release montage and then issuing a press release about it.

Creating a competitor will only help us – Huawei CEO

In the latest edition of ‘A coffee with Ren’ the Huawei founder graced a wide range of topics from data protection to 6G, but perhaps the most important area was the licensing idea which has been floated.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: KPN, 5G Core Summit, Huawei

Scott is joined by Iain and Wei in this last podcast for a few weeks because producer Pierre has better things to do. They start by reflecting on the soap opera at KPN in which they pulled the plug on their new CEO before she had even started. They move on to a review of the recent 5G Core Summit event before concluding with a look at some rare good news for Huawei.

Norway says yes to Huawei

The Norwegian Government has said it will not ban Huawei from providing network infrastructure equipment or services to fuel the drive towards 5G.

Orange Spain not going to be rushed into 5G fracas

Although it does appear to be incredibly popular to fight for the ‘first’ title in various markets across the world, one telco which is not buying into the necessity for speed is Orange Spain.

Shenzhen Subsidizes 5G Deployment: Why Are Governments around the World Subsidizing 5G?

It seems the entire telecom industry has recently been talking about a document issued by the Shenzhen government to boost the construction of 5G infrastructure and the development of the industry as a whole. This document stipulated that CNY10,000 will be compensated for every standalone (SA) 5G base station deployed, and telecom operators can receive […]

NTT kicks-off 5G foray at Rugby World Cup

There might be more attention given to the rugby than mobile networks in Tokyo right now, but the World Cup is giving NTT Docomo a pleasant opportunity to test out its 5G smarts.

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