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Gartner: 5G infrastructure revenue to reach US$4B in 2020
7% of CSPs worldwide have already deployed 5G infrastructure in their networks and the rollout is set to accelerate.
ADTRAN explained in 3 minutes
We quickly explain the history and fortunes of telecommunications network equipment vendor ADTRAN.
Huawei’s 10 megatrend predictions for 2025
The GIV predicts technology trends up until 2025, including 5G coverage, AI deployment, home robot adoption, and smart assistant use rates.
5G Analyst’s Views – from Hyping to Happening
Gartner Analyst Ian Keene led a discussion about ‘let’s forget the 5G hype and see what is actually happening’, read the summary.
Vodafone NZ to launch 5G services by December
Vodafone has been officially sold, and 5G is coming as soon as December this year.
Supermicro launch solutions for security and AI at the edge
New edge servers bring up to 37 LAN port software-defined networking solutions and AI inferencing to the network edge.
Huawei: Aus should follow UK’s “more intelligent” approach to 5G tech
Huawei Australia has released a statement pointing out a UK cross-party committee’s findings that there is no need to ban Huawei’s 5G technologies.
New broadband telco satellite to be launched in Indonesia
Thales Alenia Space has been chosen to design and manufacture the broadband telecommunication satellite named SATRIA.
Kiwi Smart City projects win big in IDC Awards
New Zealand initiatives won three categories in the IDC Smart City APAC Awards – Civic Engagement, Education, and Sustainable Infrastructure.
Vodafone goes live with Ericsson 5G technology in London
In London, Ericsson will provide comprehensive 5G coverage based on the latest Ericsson Radio System portfolio.
South Korea's KT opens world's first 5G village at DMZ
"We hope that KT's 5G Village will greatly improve the lives and safety of residents."
Huawei and industry partners establish an innovation base for 5G
“The 5G deterministic networking industry alliance aims to unite industry partners."
Why businesses are not ready to implement 5G - Cradlepoint
A new study from Cradlepoint reveals that businesses expect 5G to be a major part of their technology roadmap but have a long way to go before they are ready to implement a solution.
Canalys: 5G smartphones will overtake 4G by 2023
Asia Pacific will account for 17.4% of the 800 million 5G smartphone shipments globally in 2023.
Vivo develops new tech for 5G era
Vivo is developing new 5G-enabled technologies for consumers around the world.
Qualcomm and ZTE to bring cloud gaming to 5G
The demonstration aims to demonstrate that console-quality mobile gaming experiences are achievable over live 5G networks.
ZTE secures 25 5G commercial contracts
With innovation as the driving force, ZTE has made 5G its core development strategy.
How IoT can generate new business - CompTIA
The Internet of Things is the emerging technology that offers the most immediate opportunities to generate new business and revenue.
Fortinet increases 5G security capabilities
With the increased adoption of 5G, mobile network providers will become secure business enablers.
Wide-Area IoT to add $130B to mobile infrastructure growth by 2023
“Operators are in a unique position to leverage their mobile network footprint, and capture new revenue from a wide range of use cases.”
Q&A: 5G, a revolutionary future or hyped fanfare?
With governments and service providers around the world racing to roll out 5G networks in their countries, Opensignal VP Ian Fogg debunks the myths around 5G.
5G uptake rising even faster than expected - Ericsson
“As network capabilities continue to grow, consumers are demanding enhanced forms of experience."
Infinera and SIAE MICROELETTRONICA complete 500G single-wavelength connectivity trial
“Our joint solution brings a new level of dynamic network optimization to multi-domain, multi-layer, and multi-vendor networks."
Evolved packet core revenues flatten out worldwide
According to Dell’Oro Group Huawei, Nokia, and ZTE gained share in a market that only grew by one per cent.