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Nokia reveals new Network-as-a-Service 5G architecture

Nokia Networks has unveiled a new network architecture that is programmable and aimed squarely at whatever 5G turns out to be. Drawing extensively on concepts like NFV and SDN, Nokia is claiming this offers operators a Network-as-a-Service model.

Battle emerges over LTE-U and wifi coexistence

Major players from the North American telecoms industry have written to the FCC in staunch opposition of a recent Wi-Fi Alliance request for stringent testing on coexistence regulations between LTE-U and wifi devices.

BT announces first UK G.fast field trial

UK fixed line market leader BT has announced the commencement of the first UK field trial of G.fast broadband technology in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.

BICS claims Asia Europe VoLTE first

BICS, the international wholesale arm of Belgian operator Proximus, reckons it’s successfully launched the first fully end-to-end international VoLTE call between Europe and Asia.

Intel talks IoT and 5G at IDF 2015

US CPU giant Intel sought to position itself as a key player in the next telecoms eras by focusing on topics such as 5G and IoT at its big developer conference.

Google launches OnHub IoT router

Internet giant Google has teamed up with TP-Link to launch a new router that claims to simplify domestic wifi and is the first device to use Google’s Brillo and Weave IoT software protocols.

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