SK Telecom has recently signed a marketing partnership agreement with Pokémon Go creator Niantic, two months after the game was released in the Korean market.
A new technology called 360 VR Live will be unveiled at MWC 2017 by Korean operator SK Telecom, which claims a breakthrough in broadcasting virtual reality content.
Everyone likes a bit of network slicing but a common complaint is that it’s just not federated enough. Now those dark days are behind us.
Wireless transmission at 3.6 Gbps to a car travelling at 170 kilometers per hour is not easy, but it remains to be seen how desirable it is.
Following a buoyant quarterly earnings call, SK Telecom has produced some more good news after signing a contract with CAT Telecom for the deployment of IoT networks in Thailand.
They love a connected car over in Korea and operator SK Telecom is so keen it has already pimped one up with a 5G connection.
As if South Korea wasn’t far enough ahead of everyone else in the world, Nokia has just knocked it out the park by delivering fibre access speeds of 52.5 Gbps.
Just because Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) is still very much a work in progress, that’s no reason not to try and pimp it up a bit regardless.
Even by the indiscriminate nature of the telecoms industry, announcements have been coming thick and fast in recent days, as the 5G jostling frenzy reaches fever pitch.
As the big network players edge incrementally closer to offering something that can reasonably, with a straight face, be described as 5G, Nokia has given an old launch a new airing.
Not content with doubling down on its 5G partnership with Verizon, SK Telecom has double-doubled down by re-partnering with Deutsche Telekom on even more 5G research.
Not content with the 5G partnership they established earlier this year, Korean operator SK Telecom and US operator Verizon have decided to create another for good measure.
Nokia and SK Telecom have announced the completion of a portable public safety LTE system designed for first responders in the field.
Koran operator SK Telecom has become a trailblazer in the commercialisation of IoT with the launch of a LoRa-based network along with a range of IoT-specific tariffs.
Ericsson, Deutsche Telekom and SK Telecom have announced a partnership to deploy world’s first transcontinental 5G trial network.
South Korean giants Samsung and SK Telecom have announced an imminent roll out of a nationwide IoT network using the LoRa protocol.
As part of an MoU agreement, SK Telecom and Telkom Indonesia have suggested an IoT joint venture could be on the way.
The growing momentum over the use of unlicensed spectrum for cellular communication has been boosted by the announcement that Telefónica and Ericsson combined to demonstrate live delivery of LTE-U.
Samsung and SK Telecom have both made mobile payment announcements, confirming Korea remains the main source of mobile payment competition to Apple and Google.
German tech show CeBIT has been hijacked by the nascent IoT industry as Huawei, ZTE, and SAP all used the event to make announcements.