The fight for 5G supremacy continues apace, with Samsung and Ericsson joining forces with an agreement that includes global patent cross license of cellular technologies, including 5G, while ending all ongoing patent related legal disputes between the two companies.
Successful milestone achieved in the US addresses “the last mile” connectivity challenge and enhances consumer broadband experiences as data demand grows.
India has given Chinese telecommunications firms the thumbs-down, with Huawei and ZTE both omitted from the list of companies allowed to participate in 5G trials.
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