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    1. Wi-Fi Deal Could Migrate to Localized 5G

      Wi-Fi Deal Could Migrate to Localized 5G

      Wi-Fi Deal Could Migrate to Localized 5G July 24, 2017 By Paula Bernier , Executive Editor, TMC English soccer club Chelsea has tapped Ericsson ( News - Alert ) AB to provide Wi-Fi for Stamford Bridge, its home stadium. The network, which Ericsson will build and operate for Chelsea, will provide fans with free Wi-Fi connectivity, enabling them to order fan merchandise and stadium food, and interact with other fans and friends of family.

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    2. Texas Town Deploys Smart City Foundation

      Texas Town Deploys Smart City Foundation

      Texas Town Deploys Smart City Foundation By Paula Bernier , Executive Editor, TMC Scientel Solutions LLC this week announced it has been tapped by the City of Allen, Texas to help it install a smart city network platform. This network will serve as the foundation for public safety applications, parking and traffic optimization, and Wi-Fi at some parks.

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      Mentions: Nokia Cisco Systems
    3. As managed services struggle, Ericsson touts small-cell-as-a-service win

      This week Ericsson announced decreasing sales across all business units including its managed services division, but Patrik Jakobson, head of network-as-a-service, a subset of the managed services unit, expects small-cell-as-a-service (ScaaS) to gain momentum in not only the connected venue use, but also as enterprises and industries leverage new spectrum to stand up private LTE networks.

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    4. Virtual VoLTE gets a boost from GENBAND

      Virtual VoLTE gets a boost from GENBAND

      For mobile network operators, voice over LTE is one of the most promising use cases for network functions virtualization. VoLTE promises not only better quality voice calls, but also the many benefits of IP-based telephony, including number portability and easier integration with the IP-based systems that define most office work environments.

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    5. 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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    6. 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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    7. GlobalData Predicts 5G Leaders, Tipping Point

      GlobalData Predicts 5G Leaders, Tipping Point

      GlobalData Predicts 5G Leaders, Tipping Point July 13, 2017 By Paula Bernier , Executive Editor, TMC When 5G will become available and what players will have first mover advantage are subjects of hot debate lately. And GlobalData is the latest organization to jump into the fray. The U.K.-based consulting and research firm expects 5G networks to be mainstream by 2020. And it expects Asia and the U.S. to be the first to get there.

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      Mentions: Nokia 3G 4G
    8. Why wait for 5G to benefit from network slicing?

      Why wait for 5G to benefit from network slicing?

      5G systems are expected to be built in a way to enable logical network slices, which will allow telecom operators to provide networks on an as-a-service basis and meet the wide range of use cases that the 2020 timeframe is expected to demand. In a single 5G system, network slicing technology can provide connectivity for smart meters with a network slice that connects “internet of things” devices with a high availability and high reliability data-only service, with a given latency, data rate and security level. At the same time, the technology can provide another network slice with very high throughput ...

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    9. 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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    10. ZTE tests sub-6 GHz 5G NR with China Unicom

      ZTE tests sub-6 GHz 5G NR with China Unicom

      As the 3GPP continues its work to create a 5G NR (New Radio) specification, vendors and operators around the world continue to test pre-standard technologies in a push to rapidly commercialize 5G services.

      The latest test of 5G NR, completed by vendor ZTE and compatriot operator China Unicom, focused on deploying 5G in sub-6 GHz spectrum, specifically the 3.5 GHz band.

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      Mentions: 3GPP China Unicom ZTE
    11. Europe takes measured approach to 5G, driven by ROI concerns

      Europe takes measured approach to 5G, driven by ROI concerns

      The need to extract the maximum possible return on investment (ROI) from 3G and 4G mobile network infrastructure will hold back the development of 5G mobile networks in Europe, according to a report from tech research and consulting firm GlobalData Technology. The great debate - to PC or not to PC IT leaders have greater choice in end-user devices than ever before. The age of PC-only users is over and we have entered the multiple device era.

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      Mentions: Peter Jarich 3G 4G
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