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Why design will make or break the 5G revolution
5G needs an iconic device—and it probably won’t be the smartphone.
Nokia is having one of the worst days in its history, thanks to 5G
Scale, captive customers, minimal competition—it should be a recipe for profits galore. But a profit warning pushed Nokia's shares down by 25% at one point today.
At MWC Los Angeles, 5G and XR began staking their claims to the future
5G and mixed reality (XR) are hot right now, so it's no surprise that they stood out at this week's Mobile World Congress (MWC) Los Angeles.
Nvidia partners with Red Hat, Microsoft, and Ericsson to grow edge and 5G offerings
Nvidia is working with Red Hat, Microsoft, and Ericsson to grow 5G networks and IoT adoption and quickly move data from the edge to the cloud.
Deutsche Telekom, Covestro, and UID create artistic 5G mmWave antennas
Though the sheer number of antennas needed for 5G millimeter wave networks could create visual blight, a leading carrier has developed beautiful options.
HTC’s new CEO discusses the phonemaker’s future
On September 17, HTC announced that cofounder Cher Wang would be stepping down as CEO. In her place, Yves Maitre stepped into the role of Chief Executive, after more than a decade at French telecom
The tricky—and really expensive—business of building 5G
Mobile wireless operators are having to invest a lot in building 5G without much in the way of return.
5G explained: The reality behind the hype
In the short-term, the 5G tech revolution will be underwhelming. But in the long-term, it has the potential to radically change networks and transform economies for the better— and, if we’re not
5G is the future, but what about Wi-Fi?
5G is a gamechanger, but Wi-Fi will be an important complement to cellular connectivity. Here are three areas where 5G and Wi-Fi will interact.
Sony Mobile division in Sweden will close as part of corporate restructuring
Earlier this year, Sony announced that all its consumer electronics divisions would be merged, following years of decline in the company's mobile sector. Merges inevitably mean job losses, and in
T-Mobile and MediaTek claim first multi-vendor standalone 5G data call
T-Mobile is working with smaller 5G chipset provider MediaTek to equip its network for phase two of 5G -- a fully standalone network with no 4G limitations.
No technical reason to exclude Huawei as 5G supplier, says UK committee
A UK parliamentary committee has concluded there are no technical grounds for excluding Chinese network kit vendor Huawei from the country’s 5G networks. In a letter from the chair of the Science
T-Mobile tees up 600MHz 5G launch with first commercial modem data session
Working with Qualcomm and Ericsson, T-Mobile has successfully delivered 5G service using 600MHz spectrum, enabling carriers to offer nationwide 5G coverage.
In push to replace Huawei, rural U.S. carriers are talking with Nokia and Ericsson
About a dozen rural U.S. telecom carriers that depend on Huawei for network gear are in discussions with its biggest rivals, Ericsson and Nokia.
Don’t believe the myths — 5G will bring AR and VR to the masses
5G offers extraordinary applications -- telesurgery, assistance to pilots, and aiding first-responders, that recently would have sounded like a pipe dream.
SK Telecom signs 5G and 6G R&D deals with Ericsson, Nokia, and Samsung
Though 5G is only in its earliest stages, the top South Korean carrier is already planning for the 6G era with three key partners.
Ericsson updates 5G cell tower software to improve speed and coverage
Ericsson's 5G hardware is already being used in cell towers around the world, and is getting a major software upgrade to increase speeds and coverage.
Hay 5G después de Huawei: la alternativa europea
Ericsson y Nokia defienden su capacidad para suplir al fabricante chino y que Europa llegue a tiempo para la implantación de la nueva telefonía móvil
While the Huawei Ban Is Hurting Broadcom and Micron—It May Help Qualcomm and Ericcson
Suppliers to the telecom giant are already signaling problems, but other 5G network equipment vendors may get a boost.