Australians have been warned about a campaign of misinformation linking 5G and the coronavirus, with the Federal Government urging confidence in the country’s stringent safety standards and decades of global scientific research about electromagnetic energy (EME).
Swedish equipment manufacturer Ericsson and British telecommunications provider BT have signed a deal to deploy Ericsson’s dual-mode evolved packet core and 5G core - a fully container-based, cloud native mobile packet core for 4G, 5G non-standalone and 5G standalone services - as a single fully integrated core.
Nokia has reported the delivery of double-digit sales growth for the first quarter 2020, with 5G deal “momentum continuing”, with 70 commercial deals and 21 live networks for the three months of the quarter.
Nokia has announced that it has declared more than 3,000 patent families to the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) as essential for the 5G standard.
Nokia Bell Labs has claimed a world record with its researchers setting the record for the highest single carrier bit rate at 1.52 Terabits per second (Tbit/s) over 80 km of standard single mode fibre -- the equivalent of simultaneously streaming 1.5 million YouTube videos – or four times the market’s current state-of-the-art of approximately 400 Gigabits per second.
Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei has brushed aside “constant external pressures” and says that despite the pressure it is still forging ahead in the global 5G market, with latest data showing its 5G products are “winning the majority of 5G contracts with operators around the world”.
Networking solutions vendor Cradlepoint has announced it will be deploying its first 5G solution to market in Australia with Telstra as its launch partner.
Nokia has been selected by Orange France, one of the largest mobile operators in Europe, to evolve its mobile access network towards 5G.
Ericsson has sealed a new commercial agreement with SK Telecom, to help the South Korean telco to migrate to 5G Core stand-alone architecture.
Nokia has been selected by New Zealand’s largest telco Spark for its roster of 5G suppliers.
Optus and Ericsson have delivered Australia’s first 5G teleoperated drone controlled over a live 5G network.
Qualcomm and Ericsson have taken a step forward in the large-scale rollout of 5G across Switzerland with a claimed first over-the-air, Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS) 5G data call successfully carried out.
The Australian Government has commenced the process in preparation for the auction of 2.4 GHz of essential spectrum in the mmWave 26 GHz band to support a “fast and efficient” rollout of a 5G network across Australia.
Nokia and Orange have launched 5G testing in the city of Lublin in Poland, as part of the next stage of network trials in the country.
North America as one of the most advanced mobile regions in the world as a result of significant operator investments in 5G, according to a newly published study from mobile industry body GSMA.
Vietnam’s largest mobile network operator Viettel and Nokia have broadcast the first end-to-end 5G network in Ho Chi Minh City which they say positions Vietnam head to head with other countries in the region looking for an early commercial 5G rollout.
The minister responsible for delivery of the national broadband network says the introduction of 5G services in Australia is unlikely to pose a significant threat to the NBN Co's business plan – and has swept aside "premature" talk about privatisation of the network.
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