Taiwan's Asia Pacific Telecom has selected Sweden's Ericsson to modernise its LTE network, the telecommunications firm says, adding that this would include 5G non-standalone multi-operator core network readiness.
It may take some time to digest this, but the the head of Sweden's telecommunications equipment vendor, Ericsson, is lobbying the government to lift ban on his main competitor, China's Huawei.
Claiming a "world-record" for long-range 5G transmission using mmWave technology, Australia's government-owned National Broadband Network company is actively developing "new options to further optimise the performance and customer experience of the nbn Fixed Wireless network".
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