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Samsung wants to be the 5G daddy

Desperate to move the conversation away from incendiary devices, Samsung hosted the first Silicon Valley 5G Summit this week.

Charting the route to 5G success

With cost and efficiency in mind, 5G is an opportunity for operators to maximise spectrum resources by mothballing less efficient 2G and 3G networks.

Europe finally gets the 5G memo

The European Commission has supported a survey which has concluded 5G is going to have a bunch of socio-economic benefits – no sh*t Sherlock!

Telecoms.com Road to 5G Outlook 2016

This free report, published by Telecoms.com Intelligence, analyses and presents the findings of an in-depth questionnaire answered by 800 members of the telecoms industry involved with 5G today. Included in the report are three distinct sections relating to 5G technology, including: >Industry Attitudes to 5G Services and revenue opportunities around 5G Radio Access Network requirements […]

Power lines are hideous, but AT&T thinks they’ll be great for 5G

Nothing ruins a beautiful photo like a monolithic power line. Thankfully, AT&T has found a way of making these global monstrosities a core element of its future wireless proposition. While the Finns found a way of making them look pretty awesome, there’s little denying these things look horrendous. The bods down at AT&T Labs have […]

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Having a Broadbandectomy

While Jamie traverses the Far East, Ray Le Maistre from Telecoms.com’s sister site Light Reading jumps in for the pod this week. The modified gang tries to get its head around 5G and 4.5G Pro hype while trying to dodge exploding Samsung batteries. Elsewhere, AT&T takes a swipe at Google Fiber with a catty and ill-considered rant, while Virgin Media gets its game back with a bundle taking aim at gaming addicts. Tim pushes BT’s customer experience team to its limits and has a broadbandectomy; SpaceX’s ambitions come crashing back down to Earth, and we comment on the collective pressgasm over iPhone 7 rumours.
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