Infrastructure

While devices receive the lion's share of attention, they are nothing without the infrastructure that provides backhaul and the capacity needed to serve ever-growing numbers of users

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BT pledges UK-wide 5G by 2028

BT and EE have announced a plan to “connect the entire UK to 5G with a unified mobile, Wi-Fi and fibre infrastructure” within the next seven years.

BT-owned mobile network operator EE announced that it had increased its coverage to span 160 locations in the UK earlier ...

Ericsson agrees $8.5bn with Verizon to expand 5G in US

Ericsson has signed a ‘record breaking’ $8.5bn multi-year deal to supply radio access network (RAN) equipment to Verizon across the United States.

Ericsson has signed a ‘record breaking’ $8.5bn multi-year deal to supply radio access network (RAN) equipment to Verizon ...

West Midlands to roll out 5G-connected road sensor network

Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) and West Midlands 5G (WM5G) have announced plans to establish a 5G-connected road sensor network to relay traffic information.

The new £5.8m 5G network will relay live traffic information to the regional control centre enabling TfWM ...

Vodafone and Ericsson launch first SA 5G core

Ericsson has teamed up with Vodafone Spain to trial the use of what they claim is the first-ever standalone (SA) 5G core.

The collaboration which Ericsson claims will “enable new use cases for the latest 5G technology” will see Vodafone use an Ericsson dual-mode core ...

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust selects Globalstar SPOT

Globalstar has announced its latest deployment in the field of science and environmental protection by supplying its satellite-enabled SPOT Gen4 to help Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s soil researchers.

The Trust’s Yorkshire Peat Partnership (YPP) will use the SPOT ...

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Hytera LTE for mining

The Hytera 4G LTE Intelligent Communications Solution for Mining offers an integrated platform capable of supporting a wide range of audio, video, data and M2M/IoT applications suitable for surface, strip, open-pit and underground mining.

Global trends impacting the ...

Digital home-learning tools

Vaughan O’Grady talks to Amazon and Lenovo about the future for education following the recent, massive uptake of digital home-learning tools.

A glance at recent headlines shows what could be seen as a frantic dash by governments and technology companies to deliver ...

Cloud-based business tools

Simon Creasey investigates the ongoing evolution of cloud-based business tools as we head into a new era of remote working

One of the most oft-cited concepts during the COVID-19 pandemic has been the ‘acceleration of pre-existing trends’, particularly taking place in ...

BT’s 5G university challenge

Philip Mason talks to BT’s principal technology partner, David Wrout, about the UK’s first dedicated 5G network at the campus of Warwick University

One of the themes of the latest issue of Land Mobile is the way in which ‘work’ is likely to be carried out in a ...

Cold climate comms

Philip Mason talks to Intelsat about the challenges of providing communications to the McMurdo research station, located in one of the remotest and most inhospitable regions on Earth

Being a largely UK-focused title, Land Mobile generally concentrates on what might be ...

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