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    1. KT to start deploying 5G ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics

      KT to start deploying 5G ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics

      South Korean mobile carrier KT confirmed it will start deploying its 5G network in major parts of PyeongChang this month in a move to accelerate its preparations for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.

      KT signed an agreement with Korea Expressway Corp (KEC) for the deployment of 5G infrastructure on major roads and facilities in PyeongChang.

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    2. China Telecom Global chooses Versa Networks for global SD-WAN

      China Telecom Global chooses Versa Networks for global SD-WAN

      China Telecom Global (CTG), a multinational telecom service provider, announced it has chosen Versa Networks as its main vendor for its software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) and software-defined security (SD-Security) solutions. CTG is among the first telecom service provider to deploy a SD-WAN service worldwide.

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    3. Huawei, DT claim 5G in milestone with European test

      Huawei, DT claim 5G in milestone with European test

      HONG KONG–Deutsche Telekom (DT) has announced what it claims to be Europe’s first 5G connection based on the under-development 3GPP standard, which is set for completion in Q3 next year. The German telco said that the 5G connection reached more than 2 Gbps and a latency of three milliseconds over a 3.7 GHz spectrum link on a commercial network in Central Berlin.

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    4. DT, Huawei hit standards-based 5G milestone in Europe

      DT, Huawei hit standards-based 5G milestone in Europe

      Partners carried out this 5G trial on the telco’s commercial network in Berlin

      HONG KONG–Deutsche Telekom (DT) has announced what it claims to be Europe’s first 5G connection based on the latest 3GPP standard. The German telco said that the 5G connection reached more than 2 Gbps and a latency of three milliseconds over a 3.7 GHz spectrum link on a commercial network in Central Berlin.

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    5. Test and Measurement: Test news from MWCA focuses on IoT, 5G

      Test and Measurement: Test news from MWCA focuses on IoT, 5G

      The internet of things and “5G” dominated the conversations at Mobile World Congress Americas this week, and test and measurement vendors were eager to spotlight their support for network and device support of those technologies at MWCA.

      Keysight Technologies focused on 5G test software, touting its new 5G radio frequency design verification tool set for emulation and development of mobile devices, including beamforming and beam management validation at MWCA; and its SystemVue capabilities for 5G system simulations, particularly in verifying 28 GHz channels used by Verizon and KT. Meanwhile, in IoT, developments are proceeding rapidly, with new modules being certified ...

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    6. Telenor CEO: 5G deployment will be gradual, driven by use cases

      Telenor CEO: 5G deployment will be gradual, driven by use cases

      The deployment of 5G networks by mobile operators will be gradual process and will be mainly driven by specific use cases, international press reported citing Nordic telecom group Telenor’s CEO Sigve Brekke said at a conference in Oslo, according to international press reports.

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    7. Nokia leading new group focused on 5G network slicing

      Nokia leading new group focused on 5G network slicing

      Network slicing, seen as a key 5G enabler, partitions a single physical layer into multiple virtual networks. With this technology, operators can essentially provide optimal support for any type of application on a network-as-a-service basis. Whether it’s a internet of things smart meter sending small, intermittent transmissions or a mission critical service like remote industrial control requiring high capacity and low latency, a bespoke network slice would be automatically created to fit the exact needs–nothing more, nothing less; this enhances operational efficiencies and speeds time-too-market.

      To help drive the development of network slicing, 5G-PPP (the 5G Infrastructure Public ...

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    8. San Marino first European state to get 5G with testing starting ‘within next year’

      San Marino first European state to get 5G with testing starting ‘within next year’

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      San Marino will become the first state in Europe to get 5G after its government signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Telecom Italia (TIM).

      The republic, which has a population of 33,000 and an area of 61.2 square kilometres, will work with Telecom Italia to update the mobile sites of its network with 4.5G and introduce some of the features of 5G, such as evolved mast towers (MIMO4x4), carrier aggregation, superior modulation, and cloud architecture, as well as introducing “small cells”, small, low power masts with low environmental impact in the principal ...

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    9. Comcast to launch enterprise IoT service in 12 U.S. markets

      Comcast to launch enterprise IoT service in 12 U.S. markets

      Comcast announced plans to expand its enterprise internet of things (IoT) service, dubbed machineQ, to 12 major U.S. markets. MachineQ is an enterprise IoT network service and platform that uses low power wide area network (LPWAN) technology based on the LoRaWAN protocol to build and deploy solutions for businesses and municipal organizations.

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    10. San Marino will be Europe's first 5G nation

      San Marino will be Europe's first 5G nation

      Mountainious micro-state looks to trump the likes of Japan and South Korea with nationwide 5G network testing. Shares One of Europe's smallest countries has revealed plans to be the first in the world to feature nation-wide 5G network coverage. The republic of San Marino, sandwiched between France and Italy, has announced plans to launch superfast next-generation networks in the near future, allowing its 30,000 residents to enjoy quicker and more reliable internet speeds than ever before.

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    11. San Marino set to get Europe's first super-fast 5G mobile network

      San Marino set to get Europe's first super-fast 5G mobile network

      Share via E-Mail MILAN: San Marino is set to become the first European country to have a super-fast fifth-generation (5G) mobile network under a deal struck by the tiny republic and Telecom Italia. So-called 5G is expected to provide higher speeds and response times than 4G networks used today and wireless companies see this as a multi-billion dollar opportunity, although international standards for 5G are yet to be finalised.

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    12. Ericsson set to manage IoT networks

      Ericsson set to manage IoT networks

      When it comes to connecting millions of low-cost remote devices to the internet, many mobile network operators find themselves in uncharted territory. Ericsson is hoping to offer some guidance by extending its managed network services business to the internet of things. The company describes its offering as network services for massive IoT over LTE RAN.

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