Category: 5G


AT&T signals the end of 5G friendliness

The industry promised us it was going to work together to deliver 5G, and maybe we should be grateful it lasted this long, but AT&T’s latest announcement signals 5G friendliness is over.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Meet The New Boss

Tim, Jamie and Ray have all abandoned Scott this week, but Iain Morris from Light Reading is still in town to make sure Mr. Bicheno doesn’t end up rambling into a microphone on his own for 45 minutes. The two of them chew the fat about Ericsson and Cisco’s ludicrously friendly relationship. Elsewhere, Trump gets to work on… whatever an unexpected President does; and a long and expensive investigation into the exploding Note7 concludes it was down to a faulty battery… well no sh!t…

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Intel takes its IoT unit to the shops

Intel has continued its ride on the ever-growing IoT wave, as it announced a new platform to introduce the technology to the world of retail.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Predicting 2017 – The New Year Special

The Week In Wireless gang is back for 2017 with another special episode featuring all of your favourites. Tim, Jamie, Scott, Mary, Richard, Alex and Henry all return to the podcast studio to forecast the biggest trends we can all expect in telecoms and technology across the coming 12 months. Will Nokia and Ericsson right 2016’s wrongs and renew the three-way battle with Huawei? Will anyone find a proper use for wearable? Will Mary go off on another rant? Will Tim ever get over his laryngitis?!

This episode was recorded immediately after the festivities of The Christmas Special – we’ll let you draw your own conclusions.

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AT&T puts its 5G foot forward

AT&T has announced its 5G evolution plans for 2017 to meet growing bandwidth demands on both its mobile and fixed networks.

Qualcomm hits top gear in first week of 2017

The Qualcomm team has been keeping everyone busy with a flurry of announcements at CES in Las Vegas focused around autonomous vehicles and the growing world of virtual and augmented reality.

Next-generation spectrum management

In contrast to the fragmented 4G deployment, the EU now aims to establish common practices for 5G spectrum allocation and management across member states. This is driven by the requirement for consistency in the regulatory framework, including frequency band harmonisation.

2017 Predictions: What the industry thinks

While 2016 proved to be a solid year for incremental advancements in 5G, IoT and cloud computing, 2017 is set to be a big year for a number of breakthrough technologies.

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