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    1. Qualcomm SVP: New spectrum ‘crucial’ to 5G success

      Qualcomm SVP: New spectrum ‘crucial’ to 5G success

      Qualcomm executives have repeatedly associated full realization of 5G–something pinned to the 2035 timeframe–as a $12 trillion global opportunity. But that comes with some qualifiers, perhaps chief among them the availability of new spectrum.

      Last week Dean Brenner, Qualcomm senior vice president of spectrum strategy and technology policy, visited lawmakers of Capitol Hill to help educated elected leaders on the importance of making available new spectrum to foster innovation and commercialization. Specifically, Brenner and colleague Alice Tornquist, Qualcomm vice president of government affairs, spoke to the bipartisan Congressional Spectrum Caucus, regarding H.R. 1888, the Federal Spectrum Incentive ...

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    2. 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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    3. Small Cells and 5G to Return RAN Market to Growth, According to Dell'Oro Group - GlobeNewswire (press release)

      Small Cells and 5G to Return RAN Market to Growth, According to Dell'Oro Group - GlobeNewswire (press release)

      “A stronger focus than initially envisioned on the sub 3 and sub 6 GHz 5G macro layers coupled with a robust outlook for LTE small cells form the basis for a more optimistic view of the overall RAN market in the outer part of the forecast,” said Stefan ...

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    4. 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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    5. 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
    6. Inside AT&T’s 5G fixed wireless access trials

      Inside AT&T’s 5G fixed wireless access trials

      5G fixed wireless access has emerged, particularly in the United States, as the likely first phase of commercial 5G services. This presents operators with the opportunity to offer 5G services as 3GPP continues to standardize the technological aspects of 5G, while gaining better insight into the characteristics of mobile 5G, especially as it relates to tapping into high capacity millimeter wave spectrum.

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      Mentions: 3GPP Samsung Nokia
    7. 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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    8. 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
    9. U.K. government investing millions in 5G and fiber

      U.K. government investing millions in 5G and fiber

      With a major donation to local universities, as well as a separate investment in growing it’s fiber optic infrastructure, United Kingdom leaders are working to lay the groundwork for 5G technologies.

      The University of Bristol, the University of Surrey and King’s College London will share nearly $21 million in funding intended to support a 5G test network with the goal of rapid commercialization of the next-generation mobile tech, which is still being standardized by international group 3GPP.

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    10. 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
    11. GlobalData : 5G networks will take off in Asia and the US, while European operators seek to make the most of 4G

      5G networks will become mainstream by 2020, but Europe will lag behind Asia and the US, as operators seek to make the most of 4G, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData. The company's report forecasts that while over half of all mobile subscriptions will be 5G-capable in South Korea by 2022, compared only around 7% in Europe.

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      Mentions: Peter Jarich 3G 4G
    12. US president lends support to address small cell siting challenges

      US president lends support to address small cell siting challenges

      The issues of small cell siting are grabbing attention all the way up to the White House.

      President Donald Trump received a briefing from mobile operator CEOs last week, and was told that the complexities of getting site approval could be a barrier to US dreams of 5G leadership. He pledged to support measures to streamline the process, some of which are already being pushed by the FCC in its recent, but hotly debated, proposals. 

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    13. China Unicom doesn’t have a definite timeline for 5G

      China Unicom doesn’t have a definite timeline for 5G

      SHANGHAI–China Unicom has not yet defined a timeline for the commercial launch of 5G technology, Deputy General Manager of the Network Construction Department Ma Hongbing told reporters during Mobile World Congress Shanghai.

      “The key elements that will make the deployment of 5G feasible and commercially possible are not yet finalized, so we are not in a position to have a clear timeline towards the deployment of this technology,” the executive said on the sidelines of the event, which wrapped up last week.

      “I believe that the fact mobile operators will deploy commercial 5G in two or three years is ...

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    14. Qualcomm: 5G worth $12 trillion by 2035

      Qualcomm: 5G worth $12 trillion by 2035

      SHANGHAI- 5G technology could provide a $12 trillion revenue opportunity by 2035, U.S. Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf said during a keynote presentation at Mobile World Congress Shanghai. Mollenkopf said that this figure is a potential revenue target from 5G-related goods and services globally. The automotive industry alone could generate a revenue opportunity of $2.4 trillion, he added.

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