Operators need to clear the Chinese vendors out of their 5G networks by mid-2024 and stop buying any products from them later this year.
HKBN has Hong Kong's most extensive fiber network and the second largest broadband customer base.
The Swedish equipment maker is seeking improvements at underperforming units and setting up its enterprise stall.
BSNL will be launching 4G at a time when there is a growing interest in private wireless networks, and this segment is only now opening up in India.
Total smartphone shipments sank 40.5% to 21.5 million in March, with 5G shipments down 41% to 16.2 million.
Neville Ray, the operator's chief technology officer, boasts a leadership position following the takeover of Sprint.
Sensing, deep learning and upgrades to massive MIMO and full duplex are emerging as some of the key technologies that will define 6G, experts say.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has inaugurated a 5G testbed – the first time India has come up with one for any communications technology.
Another big investment round will net billions for governments and equipment vendors, while forcing operators to dig deep.
Rakuten Mobile CMO Geoff Hollingworth talks to Iain Morris about how the Japanese operator is making its presence felt.
Following the acquisition of Robin.io in February, the Japanese company is phasing out an older platform it used to support its mobile network.
The Japanese mobile operator ditches free usage for customers and says most of the heavy lifting on network rollout is done.
KT's media and enterprise, and a big drop in marketing cost, have powered a 40% earnings spike.
Bought by AMD in February, the US chip developer has backed away from FPGAs for its latest radio unit chip.
The Chinese vendor is still cited as a customer by various US component makers. Selling their technology on to Russian operators would be living dangerously.
The US telco software company is cutting back at its messaging and digital units after years of underperformance.
The national portal will streamline the clearance of infrastructure approvals related to RoW, benefitting operators, infrastructure providers and ISPs.
Total sales rose 4% to 4.28 trillion won (US$3.35 billion), with media and enterprise units posting the biggest growth.
Australia's TPG was the last of the country's operators to offload its towers, but has finally sold them to Canada's Omers Infrastructure Management.
It says current spectrum won't be enough to meet all 6G capacity requirements, meaning spectrum ranges must open up in the sub-THz range, from 24-300GHz.