A new waveform backed by the software company could take 6G to a hypersonic level.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telia Denmark wins network test, Nokia takes the credit; Mobily applies Ericsson's AI; TIM clarifies KKR bid terms.
Vodafone Idea gets a lifeline with the government finally taking a stake in the company – but the delay has deteriorated the telco's situation.
The US software company has seen revenues grow from just $7 million in 2020 and now boasts 30 customers worldwide, according to CEO Pardeep Kohli.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange fires up 5G Steel network; Vodafone Ireland migrates with Amdocs; telco help for Ukrainian refugees extended.
'I don't want to sound bearish, just more realistic,' said AT&T's Chris Sambar, in discussing the opportunity for enterprise customers to purchase their own mobile network infrastructure.
Margherita della Valle joins European telco bosses demanding a 'fair contribution' from Internet giants after saying her company can do better.
Agencies have already stopped approving exports to the Chinese firm.
BT and SPL agree to jointly test new antenna technology aboard a HAPS aircraft that could take 5G to the stratosphere.
Months after complaining about open RAN wariness among brownfield operators, the Japanese company reports losses at its networks division.
The Canadian operator is stumping up funds for trials of Cohere's capacity-boosting network software and 6G candidate.
M&A remains an ongoing source of speculation as MNOs continue to set their towers free.
A leading analyst says the US chipmaker faces an existential threat from Arm after it reports another shocking set of results.
The company has announced plans for a new intake and says it is planning investment to support young people and jobseekers.
The Finnish equipment maker reports sales growth and profitability at all its major business units and now aims to build on a 5G turnaround.
The telco performed the best in most performance tests conducted by RootMetrics, while overall 5G performance and availability improved across operators.
The high-band spectrum can provide a capacity boost in hotspots and support an array of new applications, but the business case remains unclear.
The Japanese company watched electricity consumption rocket with its buildout of the country's fourth network – and that was before it had many customers.
The world's biggest holders of 5G patents are targeting other companies using mobile technologies and not paying for the privilege.
The editors contemplate the state of decentralized wireless, the future of the Affordable Connectivity Program and why Netflix with ads is irritating.