Hodges explains the complexities behind 5G security and why he is skeptical of industry hype over private networks.
The US government's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) said its new 5G guidelines 'will provide assurance that the government enterprise system is protected.'
Although the FCC has not yet begun releasing funds to remove Huawei and ZTE equipment from US networks, PTCI and United Wireless have begun ripping that equipment out anyway.
National telecoms regulator awards VAS license to Elon Musk's LEO satellite broadband company.
German operator's 5G+ bandwagon rolls into the country's former capital city.
AT&T's Gordon Mansfield said the company hopes to implement cloud-based designs into its radio access network during the company's next upgrade cycle, though he declined to speculate on when that would be.
Thoughts from an event that helps set the agenda for small cell technology and product development.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: UK's competition watchdog growls at Google's ad tech; BBC sunsets channels to save money; TalkTalk completes on Virtual1 deal.
Helping companies through an unprecedented period of swift digital transformation, thanks to the global pandemic, presents unique challenges.
Vendors have requested a relaxation on imports from China so that domestic telecom operators can roll out upgraded networks faster.
League reportedly plans to launch NFL Plus, a mobile-focused service offering live games on cell phones and tablets, in July for about $5 a month.
UScellular confirmed it will use equipment from Nokia and Ericsson to deploy 5G services on its midband spectrum holdings. Samsung was conspicuous only in its absence.
Unless dozens of UK altnets fail disastrously, BT is heading for a loss of broadband market share as the market shifts to fiber.
T-Mobile has a 2.5GHz spectrum leasing agreement for 5G with the school board of Broward County in Florida. The terms of that agreement are now publicly available.
Broadcom's offer price of $142.50 per VMware share represents a premium of nearly 49% compared with VMware's share price earlier this week during early rumors of the deal.
BT share price slides as government announces review of stake-building by French billionaire in UK incumbent.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT agrees security deal with MTN; Nokia shares booth space with robots; A1 Telekom Austria Group acquires Bulgarian ICT company.
Arcep says retail revenue increased for the first time in ten years, as network investments rose by 10.9%.
ACCC rejects new NBN pricing and calls for industry consultation.
Meta's Dan Rampton used his keynote presentation at the Wireless Infrastructure Association's Connect (X) trade show this week to plead for the construction of new Internet exchange points.