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5G wireless ecosystem set to boom
Driven by regional, national government, wireless carrier and vendor initiatives, 5G R&D and trial investments will account for $5 billion by 2020.
Key mobile broadband advancements on the horizon
"LTE is the cornerstone of continual mobile broadband enhancements, which will eventually lead to the integration of 5G in the next decade."
Come 2025, the 5G market will be worth $65 billion
By 2025, 5G service revenues will exceed $65 billion globally, and account for approximately 7% of all operator-billed service revenues.
MWC 2015: Current Analysis identifies major trends
The consumer IoT market, on the other hand, is becoming a business imperative for many carriers as they experience smartphone and data plan saturation
Huawei announce 4.5G as the world waits for 5G
The 4.5G standard - otherwise known as LTE-M will provide extra bandwidth for demanding applications such as virtual reality and ultra HD video.
Trends that will dominate the telco industry in 2015
Monetising network investments in broadband infrastructure will be a top priority over the next year, according to Analysys Mason.
The future of mobile networks, according to Nokia's Ray Owen
Pat Pilcher caught up with Ray Owen, the new head of ANZ for Nokia to chat about the future of mobile networks.
5G is on its way
4G may have finally made it to New Zealand, but Huawei are already eying up the next generation of mobile technology.
Vodafone trials coverage and capacity in a box for corporate users
Telco says Small Cells are the stepping stone to fifth generation (5G) deployment, and hold the key to future mobile coverage in built-up urban areas.
Telecom to launch ‘GigaWiFi’ competition
New Telecom 5th Gen WiFi hotspots to deliver up to 1 gigabit per second speeds
Alcatel-Lucent explains their vision of 5G
Before the launch of 4G mobile services there was plenty of hype, mostly around speed. 4G networks would be much faster, enabling us to watch movies on our mobiles.
Is Samsung's 5G as fast as it claims?
Electronics giant says it has successfully tested 5G technology, but can users really download movies in one second?