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After two years of rescheduling, virtual alternatives and a smaller in-person event in June 2021, Mobile World Congress’ (MWC) 2022 event was a breath of fresh air for tech professionals across the globe 61,000 of whom flocked to Barcelona, Spain, in March 2022. A time for meaningful conversation and dozens of industry updates and announcements, what can we predict from the hot topics at telecoms’ largest event? Here, Amr Houssein, managing director of telecom solution specialist Mobilise, shares his takeaways from MWC 2022.(more…)
Samsung Electronics and SK Telecom (SKT) announced they have successfully completed the industry’s first 5G-4G SA Option 4 (NE-DC, New Radio–E-UTRAN Dual Connectivity) trial in SKT’s 5G Standalone (5G SA) commercial network. SA Option 4 is a dual connectivity technology that connects both 5G and 4G radios to a 5G Core in advanced 5G SA mode, enabling operators to increase reliability and maximise their current network resources.(more…)
As the next phase of communications, the metaverse has huge business potential for telcos. According to Telecom Review, operators could earn up to $712 billion (€622.19 billion) in revenue by 2030 if they introduce 5G applications that support the creation of the metaverse.(more…)
Seoul, Korea. 24 January 2022 – Nokia and SK Telecom have successfully completed a proof-of-concept (PoC) and demonstration of the 5G 64TRX wireless-based cloud Radio Access Network (vRAN) in Korea. The trial highlighted Nokia’s technological leadership in wireless network architecture. Both companies plan to start field testing a vRAN in 2022.(more…)
BearingPoint//Beyond, in collaboration with Omdia, released a report highlighting the potential of small and mediumsized enterprises (SMEs) as a major source of future 5G revenue for communications service providers (CSPs). (more…)
Samsung and SK Telecom complete next-generation 5G core development based on latest industry standards
Samsung Electronics and SK Telecom announced that the two companies successfully developed and trialed the next-generation 5G core network. The next-generation core network enables operators to instantaneously install and swiftly deploy customised solutions and services. (more…)
Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA), the worldwide industry body dedicated to improving Wi-Fi services and standards, has concluded five trial deployments of Wi-Fi 6 across diverse markets. The deployments show that Wi-Fi 6, with wider channels up to 160 MHz, and capacity up to 9.6 Gbps (compared to 3.5 Gbps in Wi-Fi 5), can enable nearly three times faster gigabit data rates. (more…)
One consequence of our rapidly changing world has been an explosion of seemingly endless essential systems and services. (more…)
Understanding the extent to which 5G improves the mobile experience is critical both for consumers considering upgrading to 5G and also for the mobile industry that’s planning how quickly to invest in 5G. Opensignal has looked at how the 5G experience compares in four countries — Australia, South Korea, the U.S. and the U.K. — across 10 5G operators that all launched 5G well over six months ago, says Ian Fogg, VP analysis at Opensignal. (more…)
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