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Telefónica and Ericsson team up for live LTE-U demo

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.

US carriers jump on FCC’s 28 GHz 5G hint

After FCC chairman Tom Wheeler hinted at his views on the key bands for 5G last week, carriers in the US have been quick to submit applications for testing in the 28 GHz frequency bands. Both T-Mobile and Verizon have submitted requests for temporary testing authorisation to test technologies, bandwidths and uplink/down ratios for deployment. […]

The barriers to achieving a 5G utopia

Today, all network traffic is being choked by the same gateways to the evolved packet core (EPC), the central ‘control room’ where all traffic checks in to monitor quality, manage mobility, detect security threats, and determine if subscriber policies are being adhered to.

ARM talks IoT security and 5G modems

At the recent MWC event mobile chip designer launched a new design aimed squarely at the Internet of Things, with a focus on improved end-point security.

Orange pledges €15bn FTTH and LTE investment by 2018

Orange has pledged to spend more than €15bn on upgrading fixed and mobile infrastructure across Europe, and says there’s still “so much more to come” from LTE, according to Deputy CEO Gervais Pellissier.

ZTE says Pre5G UDN will be perfect stop gap until 2020

Chinese telecoms equipment maker ZTE Corporation unveiled its Pre5G Ultra Dense Network (UDN) system on day 4 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, claiming it can solve today’s network problems can provide continuity until 5G arrives.

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