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Deutsche Telekom will launch NB-IoT in 8 countries this year

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Arqiva, Samsung to trial 5G fixed wireless in London soon - In the wake of announcing 5G trials in the US, Samsung has confirmed it will be deploying a 5G fixed wireless trial in London in the second half of 2017. The trial will be conducted alongside communications provider Arqiva and will see an early 5G prototype deployment come to the UK’s capital. Interestingly, Samsung is positioning the trial as a potential replacement for residential and commercial fibre – an ominous sign for BT’s b...

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Omni here and now – a trip down mobile messaging lane - Telecoms.com periodically invites expert third parties to share their views on the industry’s most pressing issues. In this piece Silvio Kutic, founder and CEO of Infobip, looks at the evolving nature of mobile messaging and what this means for operators. Let’s dispel the myth that in the past it was easier to reach consumers than it is today. It’s never been easy and there have always been complications, nuances, and best practices th...

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Exclusive – Mycom OSI lands O2 Germany E-Plus network integration gig

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FCC gives green light to controversial LTE-U - FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has given telcos in the US the green-light to turn on LTE-U in their basestations, allowing devices to access the less-trafficked, unlicensed parts of the 5 GHz frequency band. T-Mobile will be the first carrier to test out LTE-U in the spring, following the FCC’s certification of equipment from Ericsson and Nokia. T-Mobile customers will now be able to tap into the first 20 MHz of unlicensed spectrum on the 5 GHz band and...

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India just got a little too much for the Norwegians as Telenor withdraws

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The seven faces of MWC – Update - On this page we had originally published what was intended to be a light-hearted look at some of the characters you might meet at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona. Following feedback on the article we have decided to remove it and apologize to anyone who was offended by it.

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Vodafone, Sky NZ merge gets slapped down - The proposed merger of Vodafone and Sky in New Zealand has been denied by the New Zealand Communications Commission. Back in June last year the two decided to get their merge on. It looked like a relatively complicated affair, with Sky offering up nearly $900 million in cash plus shares to own just about 51% of the joint entity. However, ownership of the venture would come under minority shareholder Vodafone. Weird – but it’s not for us to judge. T...

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ZTE on Its Best Way to 5G - In 2016, ZTE was named as a leader for its 4G LTE solution in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for LTE Network Infrastructure report, its cloud networks were widely recognized in the industry, and its award-winning Pre5G was to go into commercial use. ZTE also kept ahead in its 5G research and tests. With significant improvements in technology innovation, market expansion, stable operation and other great contributions to the industry, ZTE has become a leader in the glob...

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Arris takes Ruckus in from the cold for $800 million - Like a drifter just looking for a place to belong, Ruckus Wireless has been bought for the second time in less than a year. This time Arris has chucked $800 million at Broadcom to pick up Ruckus as well as its ICX switch biz. This time last year everyone at Ruckus and Brocade were getting all excited about what was about to happen – a $1.2 billion transaction combining a networking hardware specialist with a feisty and exciting wireless...
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