Ericsson CEO Börje Ekholm blames European government officials and regulators for letting Europe fall behind Asia and the United States on 5G.
Cisco's expanded push into 5G and WiFi 6 is leading the vendor into wider opportunities outside of its traditional domain.
China is not implicitly named in the 545-word executive order, but the action is clearly directed at Chinese-based vendors Huawei and ZTE.
The telecom industry is more exciting than it’s been for years, and 5G is a big reason for that. But the collective aspirations of executives driving this leap in technology have taken things way too far.
The first cities to get 5G service include Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, and London.
Verizon’s narrowband IoT network runs on its LTE network and is suited for fixed applications requiring data rates below 100 Kb/s.
Partnerships between large tech companies and telecom operators are growing as 5G efforts gain momentum.
Will new networking services and capabilities delivered by 5G lead to greater revenue for network operators? Dell and its telco customers sure hope so.
“We hype it up, everybody is talking about it, but how is [5G] going to really transform the future," said Sprint’s Mishka Dehghan, during her keynote at the Big 5G Event.
Discussions about the potential services and use cases to be enabled by 5G is an important effort, says Chris Pearson, president of 5G Americas.
Sprint continued to play the victim and struck a defeated tone during its fiscal year 2018 fourth quarter earnings call with analysts.
Network operators and infrastructure vendors are reimagining their role in a 5G-powered future and are hopeful that new pathways and models will emerge from which they can gain more revenue.
Never mind that network operators are still struggling to make the case for 5G, the majority of users surveyed by Ericsson say they’d be willing to pay a 20% premium for 5G services.
Delegates from 32 countries this week gathered at a conference in Prague to address security concerns and discuss potential plans for securing 5G networks.
Cisco previously disclosed 42 advisories in April including critical security alerts for operating systems, routers, and LAN software.