The IT giant has spruced up its portfolio of communications products and launched a new open RAN server, but will the industry bite?
Elon Musk says Internet-from-orbit serve Starlink will double its speeds this year to 30 Mbps, and reach all the earth's services by 2022.
Vodafone formally announces intention to float European towerco spinout on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange by the end of March.
The Italian operator's latest strategic plan is probably not going to be a major restorative for a company that seems in perpetual decline.
BT-owned operator aims to complete 579 4G site upgrades by the end of 2021.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Zain revenue down; real-estate companies warned on digital failings; more bad ads from UK mobile operators.
Börje Ekholm nonetheless thinks large-scale open RAN is years away.
One study's winner is another's laggard, possibly because researchers cannot agree on what constitutes an essential patent.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Deutsche Telekom and Ericsson explore solar power at mobile sites; Swisscom goes with Teoco for 5G network planning; RootMetrics offers UK 5G snapshot.
Revenue from RAN equipment reached record-breaking heights in 2020, driven by stronger than expected 5G NR investments in North America and China toward the end of the year.
Swedish vendor claims to have the smallest and lightest massive MIMO radios in the world.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: French village says 'non' to Starlink ground station; KPN buffs up green credentials; MVNO specialist returns to Three UK.
In the latest setback for Meng Wanzhou, the UK's high court has rejected her application to peek into HSBC's files.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Eir launches VoLTE; TalkTalk dangles Amazon Prime; UK Supreme Court rules that Uber drivers aren't self-employed.
China-based equipment provider is said to have warned suppliers it will need 60% fewer components this year as US sanctions bite.
Despite concern about the impact of US sanctions, the Chinese equipment giant's networks business is still going strong.
Group returns to local currency growth in Q4 2020 and outlines ongoing efforts to improve its results, portfolio and capital structure in 2021.
News of a fully independent masts company fails to prevent share-price dip as markets react to steep profit downturn in Spain.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Bouygues remains buoyant; CityFibre extends in Brighton; BT resells Illumio's micro-segmentation tech.
US trade body launches investigation following patent-infringement complaint made by the Swedish supplier against the South Korean behemoth.