China issued its first commercial 5G licences in June last year and since then lighter and thinner devices have tended to increase take-up, the technology analyst firm IDC says.
The chances of Chinese telecommunications equipment vendors Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corporation playing a role in India's 5G networks have been dealt a sharp blow following border clashes between troops from the two countries.
Two big Canadian telecommunications companies — Bell Canada and Telus Corporation — have chosen Swedish firm Ericsson and Finland's Nokia to provide then with 5G equipment, saving Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau from having to make a difficult decision on whether or not to allow Chinese vendor Huawei Technologies a role.
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