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    1. 5G edges closer as China Mobile announces large-scale testing

      5G edges closer as China Mobile announces large-scale testing

      China Mobile, alongside partners Qualcomm and ZTE, has announced plans to conduct large-scale 5G tests based on specs being developed by 3GPP.

      Before a new generation of mobile technology is rolled out, interoperability tests and over-the-air field tests need to be conducted. With today’s announcement, China Mobile is looking to get an early start in this process while the 5G standard is still being finalised.

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      Mentions: 3GPP ZTE China Mobile
    2. NEC supply LTE Small Cell Systems to Vodafone Turkey

      NEC supply LTE Small Cell Systems to Vodafone Turkey

      Istanbul , February 22 , 2017 - NEC Corporation ( TSE : NEC 6701) and SpiderCloud Wireless announced today that Vodafone Turkey is driving the LTE market forward by leveraging SpiderCloud Wireless' Enterprise RAN (E-RAN) platform to deliver an all LTE Vodafone solution to buildings and key customers.

      Vodafone Turkey has

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    3. Three acquires UK Broadband ahead of 5G roll-out

      Three acquires UK Broadband ahead of 5G roll-out

      (Image Credit: Three)

      With 5G on the horizon, Three UK is making preparations with its acquisition of UK Broadband for £250 million.

      UK Broadband, the parent company of London-based broadband provider Relish, was a subsidiary of Hong Kong-based communications firm PCCW. Back in 2012, UK Broadband led the market by switching on the country’s first commercial 4G network.

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      Mentions: Ofcom 4G Vodafone
    4. How 5G is taking shape in APAC

      How 5G is taking shape in APAC

      The Asia-Pacific region (APAC) is currently very active in terms of 5G trials as vendors and mobile operators are carrying out tests with the aim to launch commercial networks before 2020.

      Korean operators are among the most active players in the field. South Korea’s second largest mobile operator KT said it expects to complete the construction of a 5G trial network in certain areas of the country by September 2017, ahead of plans for a pilot service during the 2018 Winter Olympics.

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      Mentions: Telstra ZTE Huawei
    5. Telecom Italia to invest almost $12 billion in digital services, network improvement

      Telecom Italia to invest almost $12 billion in digital services, network improvement

      Telecom Italia (TIM) announced plans to invest 11 billion euros ($11.8 billion) over the next three years to launch premium digital services and improve its network infrastructure across Italy.

      The European telco said that approximately 5 billion euros will be invested to expand the telco’s network infrastructure.

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      Mentions: Telecom Italia LTE 5G
    6. HetNet Ecosystems Production, Revenue and Growth Rate Research Report 2017

      HetNet Ecosystems Production, Revenue and Growth Rate Research Report 2017

      HetNet Ecosystems Global Production, Revenue and Growth Rate Market Research Report 2017 Wise.Guy. PUNE, GET SAMPLE REPORT @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/sample-request/933948-global-hetnet-ecosystems-market-size-status-and-forecast-2022 SUMMARY This report studies the global HetNet Ecosystems market, analyzes and researches the HetNet Ecosystems development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia.

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    7. Verizon could combine with Charter Communications

      Verizon could combine with Charter Communications

      Photo: Bloomberg News The combination would create the largest internet provider in the nation. Verizon Communications Inc. is exploring a combination with Charter Communications Inc., the Wall Street Journal reported, in a deal that would create a telecommunications and cable giant and vault the combined company past Comcast Corp. as the No.

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    8. Ericsson, China Mobile Shanghai and Mobike trial cellular IoT technologies on live network

      Ericsson, China Mobile Shanghai and Mobike trial cellular IoT technologies on live network
      2017-01-25 Categories: Press Releases

      Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC), China Mobile Group Shanghai Company and Mobike - the popular bike-sharing service - have recently joined forces to trial the latest cellular Internet of Things (IoT) technologies on a live network. The trial provided a more convenient and enhanced bike-sharing experience to Mobike users via new cellular IoT technologies.

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    9. Understanding how C-RAN is changing network architecture

      Understanding how C-RAN is changing network architecture

      C-RAN is an acronym gaining popularity in the wireless industry, which refers to two different meanings. The first meaning is centralized radio access network, while the second meaning is cloud-based radio access network. Both meanings are related concepts and involve a new architecture for network equipment at cell sites.

      The C-RAN concept was first introduced by China Mobile Research Institute in April 2010, and the network architecture is currently being deployed by mobile operators globally.

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    10. China Mobile selects Brocade NFV solution to support cloud offering

      China Mobile selects Brocade NFV solution to support cloud offering

      China Mobile has selected an advanced network functions virtualization (NFV) solution from Brocade to support the delivery of cloud-based services.

      Brocade’s Virtual Traffic Manager (vTM) will be deployed within key China Mobile data centers to help the telco deliver highly available and agile cloud services.

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    11. 2017 Predictions: Putting the telecom agility pieces together

      2017 Predictions: Putting the telecom agility pieces together

      Editor’s Note: With 2017 now upon us, RCR Wireless News has gathered predictions from across the mobile telecommunications space on what they expect to see in the new year.

      2016 saw both a lot of hype and progress around carrier virtualization and the associated technologies that have promised to deliver telecom agility.

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    12. Ericsson and China Mobile collaborate on Cloud RAN

      Ericsson and China Mobile collaborate on Cloud RAN
      2017-01-11 Categories: Press Releases
      • Ericsson and China Mobile sign Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on Cloud RAN
      • Cloud RAN is a key facilitator on network evolution towards 5G
      • China Mobile is the world's largest mobile operator by number of subscribers

      Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China Mobile Research Institute (CMRI), the research division of China Mobile, to initiate the collaborative research and development of Cloud RAN.

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    13. Vodafone India selects Nokia for network managed services

      Vodafone India selects Nokia for network managed services

      Vodafone India has awarded Finnish vendor Nokia a multi-year contract extension worth $210 million covering the delivery of managed services in multiple telecoms circles.

      The scope of the agreement has been expanded to cover managed services for 14 of India’s 22 telecoms circles, and field operations in the remaining eight, according to local press reports.

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      Mentions: Nokia Huawei Ericsson
    14. Understanding network slicing, a key technology for 5G

      Understanding network slicing, a key technology for 5G

      Telecom vendors and mobile operators are taking the necessary steps in order to get ready for 2020, the year commercial 5G networks will likely become a reality. But the industry consensus is that 5G networks will be much more than just radio access as these future networks will be an integration of cross-domain networks.

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    15. 2017 Predictions: NFV makes its move in 2017

      2017 Predictions: NFV makes its move in 2017

      Editor’s Note: With 2017 now upon us, RCR Wireless News has gathered predictions from across the mobile telecommunications space on what they expect to see in the new year.

      In 2016, telecommunication operators accelerated their investments in network functions virtualization platforms, driven both by the maturity of open source projects like Open Project for NFV, Cloudify, Aria, Open-O, OpenStack and Kubernetes, and by at-scale production deployments with major service providers like AT&T, Deutsche Telekom, Telefónica and China Mobile.

      In 2017, we’re going to see investments in NFV spread throughout the mainstream of carrier and service provider clouds ...

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