Category: IoT


China switches on 5G

The world’s largest mobile market has gone live with its 5G networks, and is poised to become the largest 5G market in the world.

Nokia gets some Telia love with 5G mall win

Swedish operator group Telia showed it’s not entirely monogamous with Ericsson by picking Nokia to run its new 5G network in the new Mall of Tripla in Helsinki.

Uber is much more than a taxi firm

To most people, Uber is just a cheap and convenient way to get home after a few drinks, but the scope of the business is extraordinary.

Telecoms industry set to reveal its hopes and fears

It’s that time of the year when Telecoms.com once again conducts the signature Annual Industry Survey. Answering it will not only let us know what you think, but will benefit the telecoms industry as a whole, and in turn, yourselves too.

Qualcomm’s Future of 5G event: Jeff Lorbeck

At Qualcomm’s recent Future of 5G event we spoke to Jeff Lorbeck, GM of IoT at Qualcomm, who talked us through Qualcomm’s IoT strategy and gave an overview of where the sector is headed.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Automotive, edge and Huawei smartphones

Iain returns to join Scott this week and they welcome special guest Paul Myles, Editor of TU Automotive. They start by looking at the connected car from both the telecoms and car industry perspectives, before moving on to a discussion of the growing importance of mobile edge computing. To conclude they question why anyone would buy a Huawei Android smartphone now that they’re not supported by Google.

Should operators try to own the edge?

At the Edge Computing Congress 2019 event in London, the keynotes and panel discussions focused on the unique opportunity for operators to own the edge if they want to.

Polls

Should privacy be treated as a right to protect stringently, or a commodity for users to trade for benefits?

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