Category: 5G


Orange pledges €15bn FTTH and LTE investment by 2018

Orange has pledged to spend more than €15bn on upgrading fixed and mobile infrastructure across Europe, and says there’s still “so much more to come” from LTE, according to Deputy CEO Gervais Pellissier.

ZTE says Pre5G UDN will be perfect stop gap until 2020

Chinese telecoms equipment maker ZTE Corporation unveiled its Pre5G Ultra Dense Network (UDN) system on day 4 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, claiming it can solve today’s network problems can provide continuity until 5G arrives.

Huawei talks ICT transformation at MWC 2016

Huawei’s Wei Bing, Director of Marketing for global technical services, talks to Telecoms.com at Mobile World Congress 2016 about the imperative nature of ICT transformation for today’s telco.

Nokia demonstrates 5G breakthroughs at MWC 2016

Nokia has used Mobile World Congress 2016 to showcase its advances in speed and security, with a number of 5G breakthroughs and the promise of tighter security through a new acquisition.

The long and winding road to 2025

The technology sector probably invokes the most remarkable sense of nostalgia out of any industry. 10 years ago, the smartphone as we know it today was yet to be invented.

AT&T to commence Q2 2016 5G trials

US telco AT&T has pre-empted the Mobile World Congress rush by boldly laying out its plans for 5G, with field trials for some enabling-technologies happening in Q2 this year.

Telecoms.com Intelligence Annual Industry Survey 2016

Building on the success of our prestigious Annual Industry Survey, the 2016 edition is the largest undertaking we’ve embarked on to date. This year’s survey took in the thoughts and perspectives of more than 1,500 telecoms professionals with a staggering cumulative experience of 24,000 years. As usual we begin with our comprehensive sweep of the […]

BT claims G.fast-enabled backhaul first

As BT continues its copper renaissance mission, the operator has claimed it has created a G.fast-enabled C-RAN using a copper-based backhaul link.

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