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Majority of organisations willing to pay more for 5G, Gartner report finds
The objective of the survey was to understand how demand for 5G is growing and to learn about adoption plans for this technology.
4.5G might become irrelevant faster than you think: Apple granted license to test 5G networks
Apple conducts trials as 5G broadband looms on the horizon...
Soaring mobile data usage in A/NZ an opportunity for businesses
Ericsson has released a report that reveals the highest mobile data growth since 2013 with year-over-year growth of 70 percent - and it's to continue.
Tata Consultancy Services & Intel collaborate to drive digital transformation
They have joined forces to build a "future ready reference architecture" for the IoT, Cloud, 5G, AI, and data center infrastructure management.
Nokia & KDDI’s 5G trial showcases network potential for world’s megacities
"Working with Nokia, we want to develop the use of technologies that deliver on the promise of 5G to meet our subscribers’ needs."
Cambium Networks goes massive with first-of-its-kind tech
Cloud-based services and higher capacity Service Level Agreements have driven the need for a new solution. Enter Cambium.
5G aside, operators need to keep pushing 4G coverage
With so much recent focus on 5G, it is easy to overlook the importance to mobile operators of continuing to drive up usage over their LTE networks.
Optus takes next step towards 5g movement in Australia
“It is an important enabler for 5G and we are excited to be able to deliver this new initiative to our customers at Macquarie Park."
Ericsson expands portfolio to bring 5G into the arena
Ericsson claim their new 5G platform is the first solution to market to enable today’s networks a smooth evolution to the next generation.
It's coming: 5G in every major region by 2021
5G service will have 25 million subscriptions globally, with the U.S, China, Japan and South Korea dominating the market.
Optus & Huawei record 'ground-breaking' 5G speed trial
Optus and Huawei have now successfully completed a 'ground-breaking' 5G trial, which achieved a transmission rate of 35Gbps.
5G is coming, but we've got an infrastructure to build first, says Huawei
Abdurazak Mudesir, Huawei's VP of 5G marketing Europe, took audience members at Huawei Innovation Day 2016 through the world of 5G mobile today.
Vodafone & Nokia showcase first public 5G network trial in Sydney
Vodafone Australia and Nokia have showcased the first glimpse of 5G speeds at a public demonstration in Sydney yesterday morning.
ECI prepares product efficiency for future 5G revolution
Global network solutions provider ECI has prepared its products for the 5G revolution with new additions to its Neptune family.
Intel invests in the next wave of computing
Intel is currently working to stay at the forefront of technological advancements, and investing in visual cloud, PC innovation, IoT and 5G.
Analyst opinion: Future looking rosy for mobile-only operators
As LTE transitions into 5G, the case for going mobile-only could become even more compelling.
Brocade ups 5G game with several new partners
In a bid to accelerate its 5G plans, Brocade has announced new technology partnerships in its open mobile networking ecosystem.
Are you ready for 5G?
“IT players need to think about IoT now and 5G soon. It will affect demand patterns as early as 2018."
5G becoming major consideration for telcos and vendors
"While 5G is garnering much interest as the next major generation of wireless technology, 5G is different from previous wireless technologies."
5G research project spurred on by newest member
As the newest addition to the project, Anite will contribute air-interface and channel emulation expertise to the research project alongside Huawei.
Alcatel-Lucent researchers complete optical network breakthrough
Breakthrough prototype technology from Bell Labs will increase optical network capacities by more than tenfold, according to a recent report.
5G investments high, despite lack of standardisation
5G R&D and trial investments will account for nearly $5 billion by 2020, following a CAGR of nearly 40%, according to new research.
Faster speeds for Vodafone customers as telco implements new tech
Carrier Aggregation - an early building block towards 5G - will further enhance Vodafone's 4G performance.
Huawei completes significant step in 5G development
The joint trial of 5G new radio access technologies is a key step toward accelerating 5G standardisation and commercialisation, says Huawei.