Greater support from government authorities will be needed if the UK is to realize the full benefits of 5G, says a new report from the UK operator.
The campaign against the new mobile technology flared up in Ireland this week, and it's not just about the coronavirus.
Last year, there were hardly any NB-IoT connections outside China. Just what happened to the technology that was hailed as such a revolutionary thing?
Pekka Lundmark will join Nokia as CEO in August, returning to a company he previously worked for 20 years ago. The task ahead of him looks immense.
T-Mobile should have fessed up this week and said how many jobs were at risk after its merger with Sprint.
One industry faction thinks radio is the main problem for the open RAN protest movement. Another says it's all about the baseband.
Deutsche Telekom's €3 billion Armageddon remake stars Huawei on a collision course with German authorities.
Far from easing tension with the Chinese equipment giant, a government decision to let US firms participate in standards bodies will add to Huawei's problems.
The cost of a swap-out is a far smaller concern than the impact of a ban on 5G rollout and competition in the equipment sector.
The Chinese company's importance to the 5G standard has probably been overstated, says Richard Windsor of Radio Free Mobile.
When it comes to awarding spectrum for telecom services, countries should try to be more like Finland and less like Italy.
Huawei's role in the UK's 4G and fixed broadband history does not justify its involvement in the country's rollout of 5G networks.
'Experts' who depict 5G as the ultimate evil could provide the vindication that others seek for their criminal behavior.
The Swedish equipment vendor is in pole position as the US-led campaign against Huawei gathers momentum.
Times are good for the top brass at the UK operator, but less rosy for the service provider's European workforce.
The UK's 5G service does not look like it is off to the flying start that 4G had several years ago.