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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPolish energy sector company PGE Systemy has appointed Nokia to deploy a private LTE network in the 450 MHz band. The 450 MHz band is being adopted across Europe for …

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NB-IoT

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail  Japanese operator NTT DoCoMo said in a note published on its corporate website that it will discontinue its NB-IoT commercial offering from March 31. The carrier’s NB-IoT service had …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail5G officially arrived this year. In certain parts of the US, it’s already providing AT&T users with upload speeds as fast as 500 megabytes per second and significantly reduced latency. …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGerman automotive giant BMW has confirmed it will apply for 5G sepctrum licences in the 3.7-3.8 GHz industrial band in local factorties at home on an ad hoc basis through …

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Nokia 5G

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail  Nokia has announced that it has completed the first phase of a 5G-ready private wireless network deployment for the Port of Zeebrugge, in Belgium. By deploying the Nokia Digital …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThis article continues from here (part 2). It is also available to download (for free) in full, as a standalone report – from here. The report features additional information. It …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailTelecoms provider and broadcaster Teracom has said it will use radio and cloud products from Ericsson as it starts to roll out LTE and 5G in the 450 MHz band …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailNokia’s IoT roaming service, WING, now includes support for 5G networking and edge computing, as the Finnish vendor seeks to help mobile operators drive industrial change in global markets. Its …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailWith the roll-out of 5G networks, the shrinkage of radio cells, and challenge to negotiate cell sites, lighting infrastructure presents a valuable opportunity for city operators and building owners to …

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IoT GSMA

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail  IoT connections will reach almost 25 billion globally by 2025, up from 12 billion in 2019, according to a new report by the GSMA. “The business case for IoT …

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