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SlideshowHuawei, Nokia Not 5G Ready, Says Ericsson

Towering Claims
Arun Bansal, the head of Ericsson's businesses in Europe and Latin America, sees evidence of growing 5G interest in western Europe.
Arun Bansal, the head of Ericsson's businesses in Europe and Latin America, sees evidence of growing 5G interest in western Europe.

kq4ym 11/13/2017 | 12:49:49 PM
Re: Huawei responds If 5G comes sooner than expected by competitors the strategy would seem to make sense having every ready to go at the starting line, while others try to play catch up. But, giving away some of the units may surely hurt the bottom line at least temporarily while the long terms results may be worth it.
danielcawrey 11/2/2017 | 6:28:47 PM
Re: Huawei responds Well, I guess that's a strategy. Hard for me to say if what Ericsson claims is true or not. However, if they do have this baseband tech locked down, it would be very good for them. No sense in complaining.
iainmorris 11/1/2017 | 6:50:53 AM
Huawei responds This story has been updated with comments from Huawei since it was first published. 
iainmorris 11/1/2017 | 6:50:52 AM
Huawei responds This story has been updated with comments from Huawei since it was first published. 
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