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United Arab Emirates (UAE) telco Etisalat says it plans to begin testing 5G technology next year and hopes to launch commercially in 2019. A report from Gulf News quotes Etisalat’s... more
Dave Dyson, the CEO of British mobile network operator (MNO) Three UK, has threatened to launch a legal challenge to sale of spectrum needed for both enhancing 4G services and... more
Hong Kong’s Office of the Communications Authority (OFCA) is to consult later this year on plans to offer more spectrum in the 3.4GHz-3.7GHz and 26GHz-28GHz ranges for future 5G mobile... more
The Japan Times reports that Toyota Motor Corp and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp (NTT Corp) have announced plans to collaborate on the development of next generation 5G wireless technologies... more
With a view to being ‘one of the world leaders in the development and deployment of the next generation wireless broadband’, the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority (FICORA) has said it... more
Ericsson of Sweden and Sri Lankan mobile network operator Mobitel, a Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) subsidiary, have formally signed the ‘5G Island of Innovation Memorandum of Understanding’ (MoU) in Colombo,... more
The Italian government is planning to offer spectrum covering five cities to enable telecoms operators and other bodies to conduct trials of 5G mobile technology. 3.4GHz-3.8GHz frequencies will be made... more
French telecoms operator Bouygues Telecom has carried out trials of ‘5G’ technology in cooperation with equipment vendor Ericsson, using a radio station equipped with active 5G antennas connected simultaneously to... more
Brazilian wireless giant TIM Participacoes (TIM Brasil) has extended its long-term relationship with Finnish vendor Nokia, signing a new contract supporting its strategy to upgrade its network to the 4.5G... more
US mobile giant AT&T has indicated that it is likely to be in a position to launch ‘standards-based mobile 5G services’ as soon as late-2018. The disclosure comes after wireless... more