The coronavirus outbreak has delayed the rollout of 5G networks, but not by a great deal, the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association chief executive Chris Althaus says, adding that he expects the emergence of applications that take advantage of the technology by year-end.
A parliamentary committee that conducted an inquiry into 5G in Australia has recommended that carriers look at sharing multi-user infrastructure so that rural and regional consumers benefit from 5G services without too much delay.
China Mobile has selected Ericsson to deploy its 5G radio access network (RAN) and 5G core (5GC) components for the second phase of its nationwide new radio (NR) standalone rollout.
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