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Nokia rolls out extended ruggedized range

Finnish telecoms giant Nokia has announced the expansion of its industrial portfolio of ruggedized devices to incorporate a 5G standalone (SA) smartphone, field-routers and a 5G millimeter wave (mmW) hotspot device.





Scottish National Park installs IoT monitoring

Internet of Things (IoT) services provider North has announced plans to install a range of gateways and sensor devices to “enhance the visitor experience” at the UK’s largest National Park situated in the the Scottish highlands.

Nokia launches first off-the-shelf Industrial Edge

Finnish telecoms giant Nokia has unveiled what it claims is the first-ever off-the-shelf, cloud native industrial edge to meet the mission-critical needs of asset-intensive industrial environments.

MANY makes North Yorkshire testing ground for OEMs

The Mobile Access North Yorkshire (MANY) project has announced it has created a testing ground which it is opening up to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to carry out in field-testing using a 5G Stand Alone network.


Ericsson unveils 'new vision'

Swedish telecoms giant Ericsson has launched what it calls a "new brand vision" which focuses on tackling climate change and digital inclusion during an "era of hyper connectivity".



Google drives ahead with Honda collaboration

All new Honda car models will feature in-built Google in-vehicle services as part of an enhanced collaboration between the duo focused on 5G voice assistance and navigation.

Nokia launches 5G routing silicon

Nokia has announced the launch of its fifth generation IP routing silicon which it claims will set new benchmarks for IP network security and energy efficiency.



UK 5G download speeds accelerate in Q2

A new report has highlighted a “noticeable” increase in median download speeds and access to 5G networks across the UK following two years of “stagnant speeds”.






Government funds ‘enhanced curbside connectivity’ trials

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has announced the launch of a £4m fund to encourage mobile companies to find more efficient ways to use publicly-owned buildings and curbside infrastructure such as CCTV poles to host 5G radio equipment.
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