Street furniture is the new telephone pole.
T-Mobile's CTO tells the Trump admin that it could be missing out on 'bilions' if it doesn't change the current shared spectrum plans for 3.5GHz.
As expected, SKT is looking at 3.5GHz as a possible band for 'wide-area' 5G applications.
The UK mobile operator is trying to quash the perception that it lags BT/EE on mobile network performance.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Swisscom gets its 5G freak on; Dixons Carphone profits up 10%; Telia gets smart with buses; Nokia demos 4.9G in Shanghai.
5G will bring job opportunities for women in telco and IT, as well as a whole new era of communications for consumers and industries of all kinds, says Caroline Chan, vice president and general manager of the 5G Infrastructure Division at Intel.
AT&T, Ericsson and Intel get busy in second 5G Austin test.
Ericsson may have scaled back its ambitions for new opportunities outside the telecom market while it works on a turnaround at its main networks business, but it hasn't abandoned them altogether.
It's not feasible to deploy nationwide 5G with millimeter wave alone, T-Mobile exec suggests.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: SFR and Huawei test 4x4 MIMO; Drillisch wants to go upmarket; Sky takes stake in video compression outfit; ARM backs mmWave startup.
Swedish vendor will upgrade Vodafone's 4G networks in southern England and provide 5G radio technology to the UK telco.
While there is little debate that fiber-based fronthaul is the future, there is concern that the CPRI protocol, as it stands, does not scale to the demands of 5G.
AT&T is barreling towards a 5G network but still wants Gigabit LTE to backstop this new technology.
Details on what Verizon gives and what it gains in a new agreement with the city of Sacramento.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: du goes large with Massive MIMO; Free Mobile receives poor QoS review; Imagination Technologies puts itself up for sale.
With its TIP Ecosystem Acceleration Centres (TEAC) in place, BT is now evaluating the startups that will have access to funding and get an R&D seat at those centers.
Having previously tried to sell its T-Mobile US business, Deutsche Telekom is now pushing for a merger with Sprint in which it would be the controlling shareholder, according to press reports.
A startup backed by Orange and Facebook could pose a threat to Ericsson and Nokia in the mobile core.
BT's lead tech executive has issued a plea to the 5G chipset vendors to focus on global requirements and not go chasing after early but limited opportunities.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia's new medical devices go on sale; Italtel wins 5G funding; Celine Dion in cake form!
At 5G World 2017, Dario Talmesio, principal analyst and practice leader on Ovum's fixed and mobile telecoms European team, explains the emerging trends amongst European operators as they prepare for 5G.
Mike Roberts, research director for Ovum's service provider markets group, explains why he has boosted his 5G subscriptions forecast.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: 3 fined for emergency services failing; Nokia wins Polish fiber deal; VR gets a call-up for Finnish soccer broadcast.
Research firm now expects the number of 5G users to ramp significantly during 2022 to reach almost 390 million.
Operators want 5G and they want it now, but they don't know how much it will cost or whether it will make them any money.
Braxton Carter discusses the inevitable chatter about Sprint.
Uwe Janssen urges operators and their customers to address confusion surrounding the definition of network slicing and gives short shrift to equipment incumbents.
And that's made all the difference for Kaitki Agaawal, who shares her story and advice, as well as her perspective on wireless network evolutions with WiC in Austin.
Thanks largely to a startup called Phluido, a new working group within Facebook's TIP is looking to standardize the virtualization of the radio access network.
EE CEO Marc Allera says UK policymakers will need to shape up if the country is not to fall behind others on the rollout of 5G networks.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT trials SDN for broadcast networks; EE demos balloon-based 5G backhaul; Altice hopes to raise $1.4 billion from US IPO.
Swedish vendor says recent plans to accelerate the development of 5G technology will spur rollouts from 2019 onward.
Hossein Moiin becomes the latest industry executive to air concern about Europe's 5G lag.
An 11-employee startup could displace Ericsson in the RAN, says France's biggest telco.
But this story will take years to write.
Apple wants a candidate to work with 3GPP's RAN WG1.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson heads up connected car project; Actility forges IoT alliance in Sweden; Nokia brings 'mixed reality' to neurosurgery live streaming.
South Korean operator claims to launch a 900Mbit/s service and says gigabit-speed 4G connections are coming early next year.
In his BCE 2017 keynote, Verizon's Ed Chan discusses what it will take to deliver on 5G and IoT – and how that changes the priorities for a service provider.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telkom revenues up 10%; MTS cozies up to Nokia on IoT and more; EU wants more from Qualcomm.
All of the tests, which are taking place in multiple US facilities, are focused on 28GHz millimeter wave (mmWave) radios.
CEO sees today's positive financial results as proof its long-term investment strategy is paying off during an industry shakeout period.
Learning from and building on the lessons of heterogeneous LPWA deployments makes a lot of sense.
Months after it was first mooted, a new report suggests Charter has spurned a takeover bid from Verizon worth more than $100 billion.