Qualcomm’s OEM certification programme expected to enable establishment of a new XR device category. European operators predict performance and sports content rights can be leveraged to create popular new applications that will showcase 5G’s worth.
Ericsson’s lead diminished. Samsung the most obvious beneficiary of Huawei’s misery. Nokia still lacking star quality. Qualcomm and Intel in rare face-off, with hub:raum also now a key enabler. Supporting pack reinvigorated, with TMUS-Sprint merger completion opening doors to new crowd.
Deutsche Telekom (DT) partnered with Ericsson, Nokia, and Qualcomm Technologies on a trial focused on “technical validation of end-to-end multi-vendor slicing”.
Vodafone’s 5G ecosystem sees drastic changes, Ericsson holds its lead. Nokia slips into dogfight with Huawei, TIP and Samsung. Mavenir heads challenging pack with ZTE on its heels, pursued by Qualcomm, Parallel Wireless, Altiostar, and several others.
BT and EE’s 5G supplier ecosystem measured for February 2020. Nokia maintains lead, but yet to capitalise on Huawei’s wipeout. Ericsson may be surprised to find itself fending-off the Telecom Infra Project and OpenRAN to maintain contention. Peloton of vendors include ADVA, Mavenir, and Ciena, with Qualcomm holding firm. ...
NatCo claims no pressing need to deploy DSS tech for 5G. Asserts AT&T and Verizon reliance on DSS betrays weakness. Longstanding partners Ericsson and Nokia make DSS waves.
DT and partners unveiled a preview version of AR FieldAdvisor, an artificial reality (AR) headset designed to provide remote, hands‑free support to field service engineers.