Chinese equipment giant posts dramatic growth in numbers despite US penalties.
Authorities have allowed the controversial Chinese vendor to participate in demos at an industry event, suggesting it may be allowed into the country's 5G market.
Recent deals signed by the likes of Telia, Three and Telecom Italia are under an uncomfortable spotlight after the publication of a new report about 5G security.
The Norwegian operator will eventually have an all-Ericsson radio access network for all the different technologies, a senior executive tells Light Reading.
One of the telecom's industry's top executives is backing trials of open RAN technology as a way of bringing more competition into the network market.
Most governments and operators have shown little inclination to heed US warnings about the consequences of using Chinese suppliers.
New specification group at ETSI is 'exceptionally important,' says industry analyst.
ZenKey is the new 'single sign-on' service from the nation's four big wireless network operators. If history is any indication, it won't last long.
The Chinese vendor would prefer a US company to buy its technology, says Ren Zhengfei, but has so far not had a US response.
Legislation in the House is now joining a similar push in the Senate to pay US operators to rip Huawei equipment out of their networks.
Service providers forced or keen to replace Huawei in their 5G networks might now have several options for reducing the cost.
The Spanish operator's top technology executive says the operator will definitely not be using a single vendor in its 5G core.
The Swedish telecom equipment maker has been automating one of its Chinese factories as part of an ongoing efficiency drive and overhaul of its global supply chain.
Chinese vendor is prepared to sell its 5G knowhow, says the company's founder in his latest interview.
The legal battle over a proposed merger between two operators shines a bad light on Australia's telecom market.
Two of China's operators will come together to build a single 5G network that could be a game changer for the global industry.
US efforts to have the controversial Chinese vendor banned from Europe's 5G networks are failing.
A decision to exclude Chinese vendors from the 5G market on grounds of security has taken a heavy toll on TPG and could put Australian 5G at risk.
The German operator has been given the spectrum it needs to provide 5G services three months after the country's 5G auction wrapped up.
A 5G network-sharing agreement between the Italian operators could help to validate network slicing and provide a new paradigm for Europe's ailing service providers.