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Ericsson to acquire Genaker

Ericsson has signed an agreement to acquire Genaker, a provider of Mission Critical Push-to-talk (MC-PTT) solutions.

Ericsson will acquire 100 per cent of Genaker’s shares and says this will strengthen its MC-PTT offering, as well as helping service providers improve ...

Sepura demonstrates D2D RSM prototype at BAPCO

?Sepura will be demonstrating an ESN-ready, device-to-device (D2D) remote speaker microphone (RSM) proof of concept solution at the BAPCO show in Coventry this week (Ricoh Arena: 10-11 March 2020).

The prototype shows how existing TETRA radios can be repurposed for ...

EE, O2, Three and Vodafone sign up to the Shared Rural Network

Oliver Dowden, the UK government’s digital secretary, has confirmed the Shared Rural Network proposal has now been signed by ministers and mobile network operators.

Under the terms of the deal, EE, O2, Three and Vodafone will invest in a network of new and existing ...


Nokia starts search for Bell Labs Prize innovators

Nokia has launched the Bell Labs Prize 2020, a competition for researchers to share innovative designs that can help solve key challenges facing humanity.

Finalists will be given access to Bell Labs resources – software, hardware, systems, platforms and a set of ...

Rakuten and Vodafone invest in low earth orbit satellite network

Rakuten and Vodafone have become the lead investors in a venture to develop a mobile broadband network that will be broadcast from space.

AST & Science has said that its SpaceMobile network will be the first low earth orbit (LEO), low-latency satellite network in the ...

London’s Angel Court gets multi-operator 4G mobile coverage

The Angel Court development in London now has what is claimed to be UK’s first multi-operator digital DAS-based managed mobile 4G connectivity service, courtesy of developer Stanhope and network service provider the Freshwave Group.

The two companies have deployed a ...

O2 makes new environmental commitments

O2 has shared details on how it will remove carbon emissions, wherever possible, across its business by 2025. It says this will give customers “a mobile network where calls, texts and data are powered by cleaner, greener energy”.

The company says it already uses ...

Pekka Lundmark appointed CEO of Nokia

Nokia’s Board of Directors has welcomed Pekka Lundmark back to the company as its new president and chief executive officer. Rajeev Suri, the company’s current president and CEO, had previously indicated he was considering stepping down from his role provided a solid succession ...

APD wins ESN integration contract

The Home Office has contracted APD Communications to develop critical software to integrate blue light organisations and other public services with the forthcoming Emergency Services Network (ESN).

ESN is intended to replace the UK’s existing TETRA-based Airwave ...

New 3D mapping solution to aid 5G network planning

HERE Technologies has unveiled HERE Geodata Models – a highly precise and scalable 3D digital representation of the physical environment surrounding 5G antennas – to help telecommunications companies accelerate the planning and deployment of their 5G wireless networks.


Nokia launches end-to-end 4G and 5G New Radio slicing

Nokia has announced the launch of new end-to-end slicing network functionality for 4G and 5G New Radio (NR). It says it is the first vendor to offer this capability.

The slicing capability can be deployed via a software upgrade into existing LTE and 5G non-standalone ...

Anritsu and Samsung complete 5G NR standalone mode tests

Anritsu and Samsung have carried out key scenarios on 5G New Radio (NR) standalone (SA) mode and those tests have been approved by the Global Certification Forum (GCF) and PCS Type Certification Review Board (PTCRB).

The companies said these tests are defined by 3GPP ...

Ericsson unveils new 5G products and solutions

Ericsson introduced a number of new products and solutions to enhance its 5G platform at its Pre-MWC Media and Analyst briefing in London on 13 February.

The new additions were largely on the operations and business support services side and are designed to enhance ...

New Cradlepoint 5G wireless edge solutions

Cradlepoint has announced a new portfolio of “5G for Business” solutions designed to help customers deploy fast and reliable wireless business internet and wide-area networks (WANs).

The solutions will be powered by the company’s NetCloud Service and are built to meet ...




Ofcom launches electromagnetic field (EMF) emissions consultation

To ensure electromagnetic field (EMF) emissions are kept below the guidelines set by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), Ofcom has launched a new consultation on licence conditions for spectrum licensees. This covers equipment used to ...

Huawei showcases new 5G products

With MWC 2020 cancelled, Huawei instead launched its new 5G products and solutions at an event in London yesterday.

The company said it is “committed to developing the best end-to-end 5G solutions”, which include 5G base stations that support all scenarios and its ...

UK government sets aside £65m for 5G trials

The UK government has shared details on new funding that aims to foster 5G development in rural and industrial settings.

The £65 million package is made up of £30 million for the Rural Connected Communities (RCC) competition, more than £5 million of funding for two ...

Record downlink speed achieved for 5G mmWave

Ericsson has said its engineers have achieved the fastest 5G speed to date at its research lab in Kista, Stockholm.

Ericsson Radio System Street Macro 6701 delivered data with downlink speeds of 4.3Gbps over-the-air using a 5G smartphone form factor test device ...

5G to support more than 10% of global mobile connections by 2023

66 per cent of the global population will have internet access by 2023, with 5G supporting more than 10 per cent of mobile connections, according to Cisco’s new Annual Internet Report.

The company also forecasts that the average 5G speed will be 575 megabits per ...

Ofcom signals commitment to emerging tech

Ofcom has announced that Professor Simon Saunders will join the regulator next month as director of emerging technology.

The creation of this new role comes at an interesting time for the regulator. It appointed Dame Melanie Dawes yesterday and announced its board is ...

MWC 2020 cancelled

GSMA has announced that this year’s MWC will not be held, due to fears around coronavirus.

The announcement follows a number of companies withdrawing from the event over the past week. In a statement to Bloomberg News GSMA’s CEO, John Hoffman, said, “The global ...
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