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O2 UK joins 5G party

O2 UK joins 5G party

O2 a 5G latecomer, but aiming to get up to pace with the market by the end of 2019. 5G launch features Huawei RAN in high‑profile sites, despite operator claims that Ericsson and Nokia are principal partners.

  • Telefónica Peru partners Nokia to automate copper mine

    Telefónica Peru partners Nokia to automate copper mine

    Private LTE network for leading mining group Minera Las Bambas, with path to 5G services.

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    EAN provides blueprint for A2G startup’s expansion plans

    Acquirer of Nokia assets targets expansion beyond DT-backed EAN footprint.

  • Vodafone throws down OpenRAN gauntlet

    Vodafone throws down OpenRAN gauntlet

    OpenRAN time appears to be coming, with supplier choice constraints evidently dominating Group thinking. Vodafone steps up rhetoric regarding potential of tech; “fast tracking” referenced. Group still in trial mode with technology, however. Firm strategy for bearers and configurations yet to emerge.

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    T-Mobile US pushes hard on standalone 5G NR

    TMUS completes multi-vendor 5G SA NR data session at Bellevue lab. Cisco, Ericsson, MediaTek, Nokia take part. New device lab opened.

  • Skynet Catalyst: Outstanding Catalyst depicting Business Assurance awareness (TM Forum, Digital Transformation World 2019)

    TM Forum DTW19: 2019 Catalysts spark pragmatic innovation

    Rundown of key Catalysts, joint initiatives. More than 30 joint technology projects demoed, with assurance, partnering, and customer experience to fore. Operator preoccupations ahead of 5G include profitability and effectiveness of network slicing. Drones, emergency services, and healthcare among focus verticals.

  • Nokia Bell Labs- EuCNC 2019

    Nokia goes for gold with 5TONIC

    Nokia is muscling in on the Telefónica-research initiative that had previously been Ericsson’s playground, although the Swedish vendor continues to deliver technology including standalone 5G NR. Telefónica and partners maintain an influential role in EU efforts to explore new 5G industrial use cases.

  • Tfw136-02-02c – Telefónica banks on Alcobendas as new 5G city

    Telefónica banks on Alcobendas as new 5G city

    Now five 5G Technological Cities, including Barcelona. Underpinned by ZTE-supplied 5G NR SA “most advanced 5G trial network to date”. Santander, Hitachi Vantara and Idronia partnered for financial services and edge computing use cases.

  • Huawei Twister Duo, UAE, 2013

    DT keeps head down but Huawei problem not going away

    Deutsche Telekom (DT) senior executives kept a low profile as the US-led political furore surrounding Huawei Technologies intensified. American President Donald Trump maintained a clear message to US allies that it will limit intelligence-sharing with them if they allow Huawei to supply 5G networks.

  • Vodafone Supplier Awards 2018/19

    Vodafone Supplier Awards: Ericsson shines

    Ericsson steals the show, after years in Huawei and Nokia’s shadows. Ninian Wilson emphasises NPS as awards-driver.

  • 5G pilot taking off

    Further information emerged on the 5G trials to be undertaken by Telefónica España and its partners in the Galicia region of the country.

  • Nokia Service Router

    BT banks on Nokia’s silicon to boost backbone capacity

    BT was the second operator to be identified as a major customer for Nokia’s 100G service router. Nokia kit said to have been designed with the BT detailed specifications in mind. McRae’s fulsome praise sees Nokia in a gaggle with other publicly-praised partners.

  • Telefónica builds on SD-WAN ambitions with Nokia and Nuage

    Telefónica builds on SD-WAN ambitions with Nokia and Nuage

    Telefónica España added SDDC’s to its SD-WAN partnership with Nokia and its Nuage Networks unit The aim is to simplify customer access to cloud-based applications

  • Spanish tram

    Ericsson vs Nokia in Telefónica’s 5G city face-off

    Telefónica unveiled its 5G Technological Cities project, which will see initial deployments of pre-5G technology and services in two Spanish cities that the telco is describing as “living laboratories”. Ericsson and Nokia have each been appointed as a technology partner in one city, and will undertake parallel testing ...

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