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Hong Kong’s mobile operators are calling on the government to release more spectrum to allow them to develop future 5G services, and are also suggesting an overhaul of the current... more
Russian national telco Rostelecom has announced the signing of an agreement with the government of the Republic of Tatarstan and local telecoms operator Tattelecom to study the rollout of a... more
Leading Bahraini telecoms operator Bahrain Telecommunications Company (Batelco) has announced it has joined forces with Swedish technology provider Ericsson to conduct Bahrain’s first 5G trial. The trial of the next-generation... more
Finnish communications minister Anne Berner has indicated that frequencies between 3.4GHz and 3.8GHz could be put into use for 5G services in the country by 2019. The announcement comes in... more
Sri Lanka’s largest telecom services provider by subscribers, Dialog Axiata, has carried out South Asia’s first successful trial of new generation, Massive MIMO (Multiple-Input Multiple-Output) technology, as the cellco begins... more
In a press release, Nokia has confirmed the launch of tests in the 4.5GHz band with Japanese mobile operator NTT DOCOMO, part of an ongoing plan to develop a 5G... more
Singapore’s industry regulator, the Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA), has taken a decision to waive frequency fees for 5G suitable spectrum until December 2019 with immediate effect, to encourage industry... more
Irish telecoms watchdog the Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) has published the results of its 3.5GHz/3.7GHz spectrum sale, with five companies laying claim to a total of 350MHz of bandwidth... more
Ericsson has been selected by Hi3G Scandinavia – operating as Hi3G Access (3) in Denmark and Sweden – to upgrade parts of its radio and transmission network, expand 4G coverage... more
Malaysian mobile network operator (MNO) Celcom Axiata has carried out what is claimed to be Malaysia’s first 5G trial, and the first 5G trial conducted using 28GHz spectrum in Southeast... more