Fully half of LG's phone business was based in the US. As the company walks away from its 10% share in the US market, analysts expect Samsung, Motorola and TCL to capture that business.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Swiss cheesemakers kick up a 6G stink; BT extends Enjoy partnership; Deutsche Telekom tweaks climate-change targets.
Light Reading's Mike Dano says there are at least two big improvements coming with 6G.
Conflicting technology interests and geopolitical tension could thwart efforts to develop a global standard.
AT&T's Andre Fuetsch and Ericsson's Jan Söderström will lead the Next G Alliance's executive governing body. The group is working on 'achieving North American 6G wireless leadership.'
In a repeat of what happened last year, one of the show's biggest exhibitors has said it will not be attending.
The symposium will be moderated by Brown, along with Jim Hodges, chief analyst, Heavy Reading, and it will feature speakers from Swisscom, Anritsu, Red Hat, 5G Americas, Telus and more.
Vodafone formally announces intention to float European towerco spinout on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange by the end of March.
Apple's 6G hires would 'research and design next generation (6G) wireless communication systems' and 'participate in industry/academic forums passionate about 6G.'
Eric Schmidt thinks Auction 107 was a digital setback that America and its allies can ill-afford.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BICS replaces CEO; Ericsson follows REINDEER; Telefónica enters Cloud Garden 2.0 with IBM and Red Hat.
Chinese supplier reportedly wants to start a 6G conversation with the government. Like it or not, claimed Huawei's corporate affairs guy in Australia, China will lead in 6G and – wait for it – 7G.
Fire up your 6G console and leap from the dreary surroundings of your London flat to the foodie heaven of Barcelona.
Verizon's CTO Kyle Malady said that the operator is working to enhance 5G, and that he currently sees no reason to begin focusing on what's next.
Vendor takes on 6G role, just as Finland looks set to pass a new 5G security law that could lock out certain vendors.
US operators like Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile are exploring replacing China's cheap handset manufacturers with Indian companies, as the trade war continues.
The government has cleared the Production Linked Incentive scheme supporting 4G, 5G, next-generation RAN, IoT access, enterprise and wireless equipment.
The first 5G phones from Apple and Google are barely out of the box, yet both companies have joined the Next G Alliance to 'advance North American mobile technology leadership in 6G.'
Singapore-based operator continues to feel the effects of the pandemic in H1 FY21, but sees signs of 'modest recovery.'
What should customers and the telecom industry expect as the industry starts preparing for its next generation?