Google Fi is expanding 5G coverage to 26 more countries, and international hotspot tethering will now be available on iPhones.
Ericsson and Google continue to push the boundaries of network slicing and move the full range 5G benefits closer to consumers, by showcasing multiple network slices on a single device that support both consumer and enterprise applications.
Nearly every company has sustainability projects on its agenda, including mobile network operators (MNOs), governments, and organisations that set technological standards. But the acceleration of 5G network rollouts for telecom providers is generating new difficulties for such initiatives.
The growth of 5G continues at an unprecedented rate compared with other generations of mobile communications. According to a study released by InterDigital and ABI Research, it’s on track to generate $7tn of economic value in 2030, 12 years after the official 3GPP standard was published.
According to ABI Research’s predictions, once mMIMO macro cells will no longer be able to fulfill 5G capacity demands, the deployment of outdoor small cells will truly begin. Their number should surge around 2025.
Introducing AWS Private 5G, a new managed service for enterprises designed to make private mobile networks easy to deploy and operate.
The Italian interference that hindered the reception of Croatian TV channels along the Adriatic coast for decades has been eliminated, ensuring the conditions for the unobstructed reception of existing Croatian radio and TV programs, further development of terrestrial television services, and free implementation of the 5G network in Croatia.
Telecom companies must reconsider how best to defend their mobile networks and protect their subscribers, says Dmitry Kurbatov, co-founder and CTO of global mobile telecom security start-up SecurityGen.
The breakthrough ushers in the next phase of 5G on British Telecom’s EE mobile network, opening up new capabilities for enterprises and enhancing the overall customer experience.
The new round will auction about 8,000 county-based licenses in the 2.5 GHz spectrum band – mostly in rural parts of the United States of America.