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New Zealand rejects Huawei’s 5G bid over national security concerns

New Zealand’s intelligence agency has rejected a request from telecommunications services provider Spark to use 5G equipment from Chinese technology company Huawei, due to...

Hiber launches nano-satellites for global IoT coverage

Dutch satellite company Hiber will launch its first ‘HiberBand’ nano-satellites over the next few days, delivering connectivity to remote locations around the world. The Dutch...

Ericsson, Einride, Telia connecting self-driving trucks with 5G

Networking provider Ericsson and Swedish telco Telia, in partnership with autonomous transportation company Einride, are demonstrating how driverless trucks can be enhanced with 5G...

5G on Sea: Brighton becomes latest testbed for next-gen communications

Tech innovation centre Digital Catapult has launched the UK’s latest 5G testbed in Brighton & Hove, with the Coast to Capital local enterprise partnership,...

5G: Vodafone enabling 1,000 UK sites – makes first holographic call

Telecoms giant Vodafone has confirmed plans to bring 5G connectivity to 1,000 sites across the UK by 2020. The announcement was made at the company's...

5G update: Samsung, Telefónica to test FWA in Germany

Samsung and Telefónica Deutschland are to run 20 Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) 5G trials in Germany before the end of the year. Up to 20...

Vodafone set to double size of European NB-IoT network

Mobile operator also expands networks in South Africa and Turkey. NEWSBYTE Vodafone is to double the size of its European NB-IoT (Narrowband Internet of Things)...

5G: T-Mobile, Ericsson ink $3.5 billion deal, Verizon, Vodafone advance

US network carrier T-Mobile and networking and telecoms provider Ericsson have signed a multi-year contract worth £3.5 billion. The deal will see Ericsson support T-Mobile’s...

China exploring wireless mega-merger to lead the US in 5G

China is reportedly exploring a mega-merger between two of its three wireless carriers – China United Network Communications Group (China Unicom) and China Telecommunications...

West Midlands selected as UK’s first multi-city 5G testbed

The West Midlands has been selected to become the home of the UK’s first multi-city 5G testbed, the government announced this morning. The multimillion-pound programme...

IoT Communications: How 802.11ax will revolutionise Wi-Fi | iPass Q&A

The Internet of Things (IoT) will only flourish if the right communications standards are in place to enable devices to talk to each other....

Get orf my land! Could farmers derail UK’s mobile ambitions?

Internet of Business says The UK government published an enigmatic statement this morning on the reformed Electronic Communications Code (ECC) – the 2017 rules that...
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