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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Roll-out for Porsche’s first 5G-research network

Legendary German car manufacturer Porsche has begun operating a first 5G-research network with Ericsson at its production plant in Leipzig.

The project, the first 5G-research production site network set up by the Volkswagen-owned super-car manufacturer, will enable ...

Space Needle and Gatwick Airport gain AI power

Predictive collaboration platform Veovo has announced the installation of artificial intelligence (AI) powered software at two key new sites: the 605ft Space Needle in Seattle and London Gatwick Airport.

The landmark Seattle attraction, which attracts more than one ...

New world record for LoRa comms

A team of European scientists have set a new distance world record for long range (LoRa) communications technology by transmitting a message more than 730,360km to the Moon and back.

The team of CA Muller Radio Astronomy Station's Jan van Muijlwijk and Tammo Jan ...

CityFibre launches first 800 Gbps backbone ring

Full-fibre network operator CityFibre has launched its first 800 Gbps backbone ring as part of its £4bn ‘Gigabit City' investment programme.

Built in partnership with network equipment provider Ciena, City Fibre’s initial 800 Gbps wavelength ring serves 23 cities and ...

Orange and Nokia demo 600Gbps scaleability

Orange has confirmed plans to upgrade its long-haul backbone networks to support new high-bandwidth 400 Gbps services after a successful live trial using the Nokia PSE-Vs.

The French telecoms giant now has the ability to scale fibre capacity up to 600Gbps across its ...

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Supply chain wireless tech

The impact of the pandemic and Brexit has caused considerable disruption to delivery of goods in the UK, prompting some transport and logistics businesses to accelerate investment in wireless technology

The UK transport and logistics (T&L) sector has experienced a ...

Next Generation 999 evolution

As the ‘Next Generation 999’ concept is becoming increasingly important to the public safety call-handling conversation Philip Mason speaks to some of the major players facilitating the use of broadband data to contact the emergency services.

Public safety ...

BAPCO 2021 speaker interview

Ahead of his presentation at the annual BAPCO Conference & Exhibition next week, Openreach industry engagement manager, John Livermore, discusses the imminent move from analogue to digital telephony.

Can you describe what you’ll be talking about during your ...

No one left behind

Philip Mason talks to chair of The Scotland 5G Centre Julie Snell about the organisation’s mission to enable broadband across the country, including its most remote communities

As readers of Land Mobile will be aware, the increasing use of broadband for business ...

Advertorial: the 5G future

We interview general manager of the Hytera broadband system business division, Dr Guan Bao, who discusses the opportunities created by next generation broadband technology

What are the challenges and opportunities for Hytera as we move into the 5G era? What advantages ...

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