Tag: 4G

Could bluer skies be here to stay?

If we’re going to sustain the environmental benefits of lockdown, we need a change in technology, mindset and behaviour

Squire and Cerillion partner to simplify charging across hybrid networks

Squire Technologies and Cerillion are partnering to simplify charging across hybrid networks, building on a successful joint implementation for Sure in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. As service providers converge their networks […]

Airtel signs with Nokia to boost 4G and lay the foundations for 5G

As the Indian market grown exponentially, Airtel invests in Nokia SRAN to support better QoE for customers

How drones are proving their worth during the COVID-19 crisis

TEOCO’s Thomas Neubauer says the COVID-19 crisis has accelerated the adoption of drones, as well as stimulating innovation in the way they are being used

BT to deploy Ericsson’s dual-mode 5G Core on its Network Cloud

New core network functions will form a key part of BT’s converged network strategy, enabling BT to develop 5G use cases with new enterprise and industry partners

TfL announces 4G for Jubilee line

Intends to rollout 4G across entire network in next 5 years

HPE launches new pay-as-you-go 5G core solution

HPE 5G Core Stack will address vendor lock in and accelerate the journey to new 5G revenues according to vendor

BICS joins SMART Africa Alliance

BICS and SMART Africa Alliance aim to reduce the cost of roaming across the continent

Disaggregation meets AI: A new customer-centric network

Telecom Infra Project and O-RAN Alliance will collaborate to create interoperable RAN solutions

Three partners with CityFibre

Three UK selects CityFibre for backhaul services outside London

BICS teams up with Cyberforce to make networks more secure

BICS and POST Cyberforce launch a new solution to improve network level security

UK reviews use of Chinese equipment in its networks

Huawei’s role in European networks continues to be questioned, as EU and GSMA also weigh in.

Critical business from banks, retailers and public sector customers is being put at risk by network vulnerabilities

Concern around the SS7 protocol has flared up after a US mobile carrier is breached and Visa announces it’s switching to SMS verification

Why you should forget 5G (for now)

With even network equipment providers becoming more sceptical, is there a business case for 5G?