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Vodafone & Nokia showcase first public 5G network trial in Sydney
Vodafone Australia and Nokia have showcased the first glimpse of 5G speeds at a public demonstration in Sydney yesterday morning.
ECI prepares product efficiency for future 5G revolution
Global network solutions provider ECI has prepared its products for the 5G revolution with new additions to its Neptune family.
Intel invests in the next wave of computing
Intel is currently working to stay at the forefront of technological advancements, and investing in visual cloud, PC innovation, IoT and 5G.
Analyst opinion: Future looking rosy for mobile-only operators
As LTE transitions into 5G, the case for going mobile-only could become even more compelling.
Brocade ups 5G game with several new partners
In a bid to accelerate its 5G plans, Brocade has announced new technology partnerships in its open mobile networking ecosystem.
Are you ready for 5G?
“IT players need to think about IoT now and 5G soon. It will affect demand patterns as early as 2018."
5G becoming major consideration for telcos and vendors
"While 5G is garnering much interest as the next major generation of wireless technology, 5G is different from previous wireless technologies."
5G research project spurred on by newest member
As the newest addition to the project, Anite will contribute air-interface and channel emulation expertise to the research project alongside Huawei.
Alcatel-Lucent researchers complete optical network breakthrough
Breakthrough prototype technology from Bell Labs will increase optical network capacities by more than tenfold, according to a recent report.
5G investments high, despite lack of standardisation
5G R&D and trial investments will account for nearly $5 billion by 2020, following a CAGR of nearly 40%, according to new research.
Faster speeds for Vodafone customers as telco implements new tech
Carrier Aggregation - an early building block towards 5G - will further enhance Vodafone's 4G performance.
Huawei completes significant step in 5G development
The joint trial of 5G new radio access technologies is a key step toward accelerating 5G standardisation and commercialisation, says Huawei.
Huawei recognised for its 5G contributions
"Huawei has influenced industry by accelerating the standardisation of 5G, providing and verifying key technologies and exploring new markets."
5G to be a massive business enabler, if regulators allow it
“Fast 5G networks can become a powerful enabler for businesses, but only if regulators allow the frequencies to be used without steep licence fees."
Intel joins Verizon to accelerate 5G innovations
Intel has committed to aiding in the advancement of 5G technologies, in becoming a core industry partner of the Verizon 5G Technology Forum.
Proliferation of smart devices continues
Smart devices are no longer limited to mobile phones, bracelets and home appliances. Now, there are devices to take care of all our basic necessities.
Could we have 5G as soon as next year?
Verizon has announced its ‘aggressive’ roadmap for fifth-generation, or 5G, wireless technology, beginning by launching field trials next year.
Rapid adoption of 5G from 2025, according to new research
Rapid adoption of 5G will occur from 2025, according to Juniper Research, which says active connections will represent a threefold increase from 2024.
5G wireless ecosystem set to boom
Driven by regional, national government, wireless carrier and vendor initiatives, 5G R&D and trial investments will account for $5 billion by 2020.
Key mobile broadband advancements on the horizon
"LTE is the cornerstone of continual mobile broadband enhancements, which will eventually lead to the integration of 5G in the next decade."
Come 2025, the 5G market will be worth $65 billion
By 2025, 5G service revenues will exceed $65 billion globally, and account for approximately 7% of all operator-billed service revenues.
MWC 2015: Current Analysis identifies major trends
The consumer IoT market, on the other hand, is becoming a business imperative for many carriers as they experience smartphone and data plan saturation
Huawei announce 4.5G as the world waits for 5G
The 4.5G standard - otherwise known as LTE-M will provide extra bandwidth for demanding applications such as virtual reality and ultra HD video.
Trends that will dominate the telco industry in 2015
Monetising network investments in broadband infrastructure will be a top priority over the next year, according to Analysys Mason.