Telefonica Germany has announced plans to make Huawei one of the main supplies for its deployment of 5G services.
- The operator plans to cover 16 million people with 5G by the end of 2022
- Huawei and Nokia chosen to supply RAN kit, subject to security check
- Annual dividend to be cut in order to pay for increased network spending
Freedom of information request indicates lack of preparation for London 5G
- Only two of 33 boroughs have a specific 5G deployment strategy
- Six have a councillor in charge of rollout despite not having a strategy
- Lack of cohesion could see other cities get full 5G coverage before London
A lack of coordination between London’s 33 boroughs risks bureaucratic and logistical nightmare for telecoms companies planning to roll out their 5G services.
A recently released GSMA commissioned report enabled a global reduction in Greenhouse gas emissions of approximately 2,135 tonnes of CO2e in 2018.
The use of mobile technology enabled a global reduction in Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions of around 2,135 million tonnes CO2e last year, according to a new study commissioned by the GSMA. This is a quantity approximate to the total emissions emitted yearly by Russia. The emissions savings were almost ten times greater than the global carbon footprint of the mobile industry itself.
Nokia builds strategic ecosystem partnership to bring 5G and IoT to enterprises in Japan
Nokia’s ability to partner with sector and industry leaders is crucial to their delivery of private wireless solutions, which contribute to the digital transformation of business enterprises.
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