By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 2/15/2019
The first 5G handsets are expected to be on display at Mobile World Congress – or even before. But 5G networks and coverage are still lacking.
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 2/15/2019
Amid turmoil in international equipment markets, Huawei's rotating chairman is worrying about what happens after 5G.
By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 2/15/2019
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telefónica improves its network visibility with Ixia; Telia's Uzbek fine fallout keeps falling out; DriveNets raises $110 million.
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By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 2/14/2019
Let's get serious about 5G phones. They're going to be cool, gorgeous and they're mostly going to run at 4G speeds.
By Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-Chief, 2/14/2019
Former CEO of Sonus Networks has taken the CEO role at a company with an alternative take on next-generation wireless broadband.
By Phil Harvey, US News Editor, 2/14/2019
The recently reported deal with Mirantis is another step in AT&T's network evolution as the company continues to carry the flag for open source and a software-defined 5G network.
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 2/14/2019
European vendors do not have the resources to replace Huawei if a ban should come into effect, according to service provider sources.
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By Mike Dano, Editorial Director, 5G & Mobile Strategies, 2/14/2019
Sprint is clearly preparing for a 5G onslaught of data on its network, with plans to pay up to $175 million to potentially switch from Ethernet to fiber backhaul and, separately, to expand its 2.5GHz signals into additional channels.
By Mike Dano, Editorial Director, 5G & Mobile Strategies, 2/14/2019
Verizon and T-Mobile have hinted at plans to use 3.5GHz CBRS spectrum to add capacity to their services. But others, like Amazon, are hinting at broader plans to use the spectrum for IoT-style services.
By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 2/14/2019
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Brussels busy on digital commerce, copyright laws; Nokia plans AI hubs; the app that tracks Saudi women.
By Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-Chief, 2/14/2019
5G will usher in an AI power struggle between the mobile operators and the web services giants, predicts Aditya Kaul, research director focused on artificial intelligence and robotics at Tractica.
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