• Three CEO: EE led on 4G, but 5G is our time to shineThree CEO: EE led on 4G, but 5G is our time to shine
    Earlier this week, Three launched its first 5G offering in the UK with a home broadband fixed wireless package that could put serious pressure on ISPs in the fixed line sector. With speeds of around 450Mbps for just £35 per month, Three's home broadband product is sure to make quite an impact. As far as the company's CEO, Dave Dyson, is concerned, home broadband is merely the tip of the spear in Three's 5G arsenal. With 10 million mobile network subscribers across the country, Three is currently the UK's fourth biggest mobile network operator. But Dyson has EE, Vodafone and… Read more »
  • SK becomes first telco to hit 1 million 5G subscribers, as uptake in Korea surgesSK becomes first telco to hit 1 million 5G subscribers, as uptake in Korea surges
    SK Telecom has become the first telco in the world to exceed 1 million 5G subscribers, as Koreans continue to embrace next generation mobile networks. SK Telekom, KT and LGU+ became the first telcos in the world to launch 5G…read more on TotalTele.com » Read more »
  • Ericsson appoints new regional SVP to oversee string of 5G launches in MENAEricsson appoints new regional SVP to oversee string of 5G launches in MENA
    Ericsson has appointed a new senior vice president for the Middle East and Africa, as the company looks ahead to a raft of 5G launches in the region. Fadi Pharaon will become Ericsson's SVP for MENA and will also join Ericsson's Executive Team…read more on TotalTele.com » Read more »
  • Shortlist revealed for the World Communication Awards 2019Shortlist revealed for the World Communication Awards 2019
    Total Telecom has revealed the shortlist for the 21st edition of the World Communication Awards, which will take place in London at the end of October. The awards celebrate innovation, ambition and achievement across the global telecommunications industry.   The WCA judges met in London on Wednesday, to deliberate on the biggest selection of entries in the history of the event. "Judging these awards is a serious undertaking because of the sheer number and quality of the entries we received this year. As the global telecoms industry takes the first tentative steps on its 5G journey, operators and vendors alike… Read more »
  • Huawei will ship over 2 million 5G base stations by 2020, regardless of US interferenceHuawei will ship over 2 million 5G base stations by 2020, regardless of US interference
    Huawei's founder, Ren Zhengfei, says that his company will produce more than 2 million base stations over the next 18 months, regardless of whether the US decides to remove it from the Entity List. Zhengfei said that while the US' decision to add Huawei to the entity list was profoundly unjust, it would have little impact on the company's productivity – particularly with regards to its 5G network equipment…read more on TotalTele.com » Read more »
  • Telenor completes €1.5bn DNA dealTelenor completes €1.5bn DNA deal
    Telenor has completed its expansion into the Finnish market, by acquiring a 54 per cent stake in Finnish Operator, DNA. The Norwegian operator paid €20.90 per share for the stake, at a total value of &euro…read more on TotalTele.com » Read more »
  • ZTE signs 5G connected car partnership with CheryZTE signs 5G connected car partnership with Chery
    Chinese network equipment provider, ZTE, has signed a research partnership with Chery Automobiles, to develop a series of 5G use cases in the connected and autonomous vehicles sector. The pair will launch a joint venture to fast track research and development in this area…read more on TotalTele.com » Read more »
  • Vodafone Idea's CEO steps down with immediate effectVodafone Idea's CEO steps down with immediate effect
    Vodafone Idea's chief executive officer, Balesh Sharma, has resigned his position with immediate effect, citing unspecified personal reasons as the motivation for his decision. &ldquo…read more on TotalTele.com » Read more »
  • Three's 5G launch ruffles some feathers among the UK's top MNOsThree's 5G launch ruffles some feathers among the UK's top MNOs
    Three has kicked off its 5G offering in the UK with the launch of its home broadband service in London this week, and in the process has touched a nerve with some of its competitors. Three's media campaign around its 5G launch in the UK references the fact that Three is the only UK mobile network operator to hold a contiguous 100MHz block of 5G spectrum in the C…read more on TotalTele.com » Read more »
  • Xiaomi ships 32 million smartphones but misses Q2 growth targetsXiaomi ships 32 million smartphones but misses Q2 growth targets
    Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi shipped 32 million smartphone units to Chinese and international markets in the second quarter of 2019, but saw revenues fall short of analysts' expectations…read more on TotalTele.com » Read more »
  • Irish govt set for crucial vote on national broadband ownershipIrish govt set for crucial vote on national broadband ownership
    Ireland's Oireachtas Committee on Communications is set to vote on whether Ireland's broadband network should remain in state hands. Ireland's National Broadband Plan is set to revolutionise connectivity across the Republic of Ireland…read more on TotalTele.com » Read more »
  • Nokia and du collaborate on 5G cloudification in the UAENokia and du collaborate on 5G cloudification in the UAE
    UAE based telco, du, has launched a new research initiative in collaboration with Nokia, that will explore the benefits of 5G-ready cloud-based future network architecture…read more on TotalTele.com » Read more »
  • India eases Kashmir blockade but internet ban remains in forceIndia eases Kashmir blockade but internet ban remains in force
    The Indian government says that it has now begun to restore fixed line telephone services to the region, with 17 out of 100 exchanges in the region now up and running. However, the blackout on mobile phone and broadband services remains in place…read more on TotalTele.com » Read more »
  • Three looks to revolutionise home broadband in the UK with the launch of its 5G network in LondonThree looks to revolutionise home broadband in the UK with the launch of its 5G network in London
    Three UK has switched on its 5G networks in London and launched its 5G home broadband offering, as the country’s fourth biggest mobile network operator looks to leverage its superior spectrum holding to entice new subscribers to its networks. For £35 per month, Londoners will be able to access 5G broadband in their homes…read more on TotalTele.com » Read more »
  • BT to sell off £100m of European assets, as Jansen streamlines Global Business ServicesBT to sell off £100m of European assets, as Jansen streamlines Global Business Services
    BT's chief executive officer has confirmed that his company is looking to sell off over £100 million of telecoms infrastructure assets in the Netherlands. A report in The Times said that BT's CEO…read more on TotalTele.com » Read more »
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