Category: Networks


Nokia determined to stay on top of edge computing

Edge computing used to be the big thing but seems to have become lost in the sea of buzzwords. Not over at Nokia however, as the team claims to have tested applications based on Multi-access Edge Computing.

Vodafone says no to NB-IoT vendor lock-in

If any of the infrastructure giants thought NB-IoT might be fertile ground for a cheeky bit of vendor lock-in, Vodafone has pre-empted that with a fresh statement of independence.

Telefonica finally joins 5G car club

Telefonica has announced it will join the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA), as the excitement for autonomous vehicles continues to slowly grow.

Mobile money could make Africa the new boss

Samsung Pay has officially launched in the UK, continuing the evolution of the digital economy, but does this technology have the potential to disrupt the global pecking order?

Nokia backs the bot revolution

Nokia has introduced a number of new artificial intelligence-driven offerings, taking another incremental step towards network automation and the widespread use of bots in customer services.

ZTE gives MEC some TLC

ZTE has announced it will be implementing mobile edge computing (MEC) pilots technical verification with China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom.

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