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Chinese smartphone firm Huawei is leading the worldwide active 5G-ready devices market with a share of 26.9% globally during the fourth quarter of 2020, but with Samsung and other device manufacturers nipping at its heels, according to a new report.

Nokia and Singapore-based communications solutions operator StarHub have teamed up again to deploy a new cloud-native 5G core network to manage 5G standalone (SA) bandwidth demand that has been projected to grow rapidly.

Australian-listed call recording vendor Dubber has been chosen as the recording and data capture platform for IBM Cloud for Telecommunications.

Published in Deals

Space flight company and satellite launch provider SpaceX will launch up to three of global content connectivity solutions provider SES’ C-band satellites over two launches as part of the company’s accelerated C-band clearing plan.

Published in Space

Mobile data will be the largest revenue-contributing segment to China’s telecom and pay-TV market between 2018 and 2023, according to one global analyst firm.

Worldwide 5G wireless network infrastructure revenue will reach US$4.2 billion in 2020 - an 89% increase from 2019 revenue of US$2.2 billion – according the latest forecast on the market from analyst firm Gartner.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Mobile data revenue will remain the largest contributor to Australia’s telecom market between 2018 and 2023, driven by increasing smartphone subscriptions, expanding long-term evolution (LTE) networks, growth in the use of 4G services and the expected launch of commercial 5G services in 2020, according to a new report.

SPONSORED Guest Opinion by *Sean Kopelke, Riverbed.  With the long-running concerns around cybersecurity, and the continuous stream of competitive noises focused on which telco will win the race, it feels like the launch of 5G services in Australia has been a long time coming.

Sunday, 12 August 2018 23:44

Ericsson increases US market investment in 5G

Global telecommunications giant Ericsson is increasing its investment in the US to support the accelerated build out of its 5G services in the North American market.

The move to 5G mobile services in regional Australia and metropolitan areas has taken a further step forward with the Federal Government’s announcement that 125 MHz of spectrum in the 3.6 GHz band will be sold at competitive auction.

Mobile network operators in the Asia Pacific region, including in Australia, see support for new revenues and a lower costs of total ownership as the key drivers to deploy 5G by 2023, according to new research.

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