1. Articles in category: 5G

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    1. Telia, Ericsson and Intel to deploy first public 5G live network use cases in Europe

      Telia, Ericsson and Intel to deploy first public 5G live network use cases in Europe

      Telia is working together with Ericsson and Intel to deploy the first public 5G live network use cases in Europe.

      The activity includes a high-speed 5G connection to a commercial passenger cruise ship delivering internet connectivity to its passengers while in port, and an industrial use case featuring a construction excavator remotely controlled with a live 5G network.

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    2. Italy making moves on 5G with spectrum allocation

      Italy making moves on 5G with spectrum allocation

      Italian operators TIM and Fastweb, together with Chinese vendor Huawei, said the Ministry of Economic Development (MISE) has awarded  spectrum in the 3.6-3.8 GHz frequencies to trial 5G technologies in the cities of Bari and Matera.

      The three companies submitted a joint plan as lead partners in coordination with 52 international, national and local bodies–including university centers, leading ICT companies and businesses operating in vertical markets.

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    3. Samsung To Strengthen Its US Infrastructure Position With 5G

      Samsung To Strengthen Its US Infrastructure Position With 5G

      Samsung To Strengthen Its US Infrastructure Position With 5G Dominik Bosnjak Samsung sees the fifth generation (5G) of mobile networks as an opportunity to strengthen its position in the wireless infrastructure market in the United States where it’s still a relatively small player despite being involved in a wide variety of trials and research pertaining to this emerging technology.

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    4. Edge computing is essential for real-time and 5G

      Edge computing is essential for real-time and 5G

      Ericsson–and every other telecom infrastructure vendor–are pushing hard to develop the underlying 5G technologies that will support a broad range of applications that leverage the promised ultra high capacity and very low latency promised by the emerging 5G New Radio specification. From hardware to software, a big piece of this is cloud-native design. But, in some cases, transporting data to the cloud isn’t enough. That means compute and processing power has to be moved closer to the end user.

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    5. 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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    6. 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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    7. 5 ways 5G will change your life

      5 ways 5G will change your life

      5G will get here soon, starting with fixed wireless access and moving on to full mobility in the years ahead. How is it going to impact your life once it rolls out?

      1. Faster internet speeds. First and foremost, this kind of data transmission will lead to blazing fast internet speeds—we’re talking upwards of 10 GB per second.
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    8. 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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    9. Samsung & Charter Jointly Testing 5G Networks In The Us

      Samsung & Charter Jointly Testing 5G Networks In The Us

      Samsung & Charter Jointly Testing 5G Networks In The US September 13, 2017 - Written By Manny Reyes Samsung has moved to advance its 5G wireless network push with the recent commencement of lab and field tests that use the South Korean tech giant’s pre-commercial 28GHz (mmWave) system and devices at several sites in the United States in collaboration with Charter Communications.

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    10. Half of connections in North America will be on 5G by 2025, GSMA says

      Half of connections in North America will be on 5G by 2025, GSMA says

      Half of connections in North America will be on 5G by 2025, GSMA says New research presented ahead of the inaugural Global World Congress Americas conference illustrates North America's 5G leadership. 0 Video: Ericsson's focus on novel small cell solutions, in prep for 5G North America leads the world in 4G and smartphone adoption, with the rapid adoption of 5G poised to add significant value to the regional economy, according to a new report from the GSMA, the global wireless trade association. what's hot on zdnet How to manage vendors in a cloud-first world By 2025, according ...

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    11. AT&T reiterates 2018 5G launch date, but fixed, mobile use case still ‘undefined’

      September 8, 2017

      SEATTLE—A top AT&T executive confirmed that the operator remains on track to launch 5G services by the end of next year, but Marachel Knight said that the operator hasn’t yet decided exactly what that service will look like.

      In response to a question about whether AT&T’s initial 5G offering will provide fixed or mobile services, Knight said that “We haven’t defined that use case yet.”

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