5G

Vodafone gets the 5G ball rolling

Vodafone has unveiled seven cities which will serve as test sites for 5G trials between October and December later this year.

Huawei hits back at Australian paranoia

Huawei has written an open letter to Australian members of Parliament hitting back at the claims the company is a security risk, as it scraps for survival in the 5G race.

BT targets 2022 for 3G power down

We’re not too sure whether we missed an announcement over the last couple of months, but BT has now stated it intends to turn off 3G by 2022.

VodafoneZiggo tells operators to virtualize fast

The approach of 5G brings with it the promise of a whole range of exciting new use cases. But before we strap on our VR headsets, the operators need to create networks that live up to the promises.

UK Gov promises not to meddle in the business of 5G

Pestering public servants are often the downfall of many great ideas, but according to Secretary of State for Digital, Media, Culture and Sport Matt Hancock, the UK Government is going to stay at arm’s length from the 5G rollout.

Samsung gets down to some myth busting at 5G World

For the most part, presentations at industry trade events are relatively predictable; vendors say look how amazing we are, operators say they doing as badly as you think, but Samsung actually tried something which turned out to be interesting.

Mavenir places fortunes in hands of big boys and RCS

Mavenir is a business which has been growing steadily over the last few years, capitalizing on the virtualization buzz, though future prospects could ultimately be controlled by the actions of competitors.

Orange points to privacy benefits through MEC

Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) is back on the buzzword agenda after spending a few years in the wilderness and Orange has pointed to an interesting privacy benefit to the technology.

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