Dish Network plans to release its third RFP for its planned 5G network, this one focusing on the physical work that will be required to install its antennas on top of cell towers.
The Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions is probing how to shore up security for the supply chain for 5G, action that arrives amid concerns over Chinese suppliers like Huawei and ZTE.
Swedish equipment vendor expects 2020 sales to be at least 9% higher than last year's figure and has also raised guidance for profitability.
Chinese equipment giant posts dramatic growth in numbers despite US penalties.
Quectel tests 5G IoT mmWave module, AsusTek slated to use it in next-gen laptops.
Apple is reportedly planning to release a 5G modem as early as 2022, possibly joining Samsung and Huawei in that select group and align with Apple's push to become a vertically integrated company.
Authorities have allowed the controversial Chinese vendor to participate in demos at an industry event, suggesting it may be allowed into the country's 5G market.
Recent deals signed by the likes of Telia, Three and Telecom Italia are under an uncomfortable spotlight after the publication of a new report about 5G security.
The global semiconductor industry is nearing the trough of a massive decline due to oversupply issues, but according to a new report from IHS Markit | Technology, 5G will help rectify the situation.
The Norwegian operator will eventually have an all-Ericsson radio access network for all the different technologies, a senior executive tells Light Reading.
The Trump administration is also taking a close interest in open RAN technologies, and proponents such as Altiostar, as it looks to support alternatives to the Chinese equipment giant.
One of the telecom's industry's top executives is backing trials of open RAN technology as a way of bringing more competition into the network market.
Most governments and operators have shown little inclination to heed US warnings about the consequences of using Chinese suppliers.
When the time came to open a new R&D facility focused on radio technology, the US software company could find no better place than Stockholm.
Three and a half years after its birth, the Telecom Infra Project is trying to be more collaborative than confrontational.
What has gone well and what has gone badly for South Korea's early 5G movers?
The 5G chip market is going to get more crowded in the first half of 2020.
New tests of T-Mobile's 5G network in New York City raise plenty of questions about how exactly it works. However, the operator is pushing aside those questions and instead is embarking on a 5G advertising campaign against Verizon.
The test process and integration efforts associated with Open RAN deployments are overwhelming, so the industry needs to engage in collaborative, joint test schemes that cut out duplicated effort, says Orange exec. The good news is, China Mobile's on the case…
Service providers forced or keen to replace Huawei in their 5G networks might now have several options for reducing the cost.
The Chinese vendor says it is ready to sate incredible demand for artificially intelligent computing with its line-up of processors.
The Swedish telecom equipment maker has been automating one of its Chinese factories as part of an ongoing efficiency drive and overhaul of its global supply chain.
The share of IoT devices will rise as smartphones fall, says ABI.
Chinese vendor is prepared to sell its 5G knowhow, says the company's founder in his latest interview.
The gadget company's latest device seems unlikely to reinvigorate iPhone sales amid consumer apathy and growing competition.
Everactive is looking to solve what it claims is a major problem for industrial IoT – the need to replace batteries.
Two of China's operators will come together to build a single 5G network that could be a game changer for the global industry.
US efforts to have the controversial Chinese vendor banned from Europe's 5G networks are failing.
A decision to exclude Chinese vendors from the 5G market on grounds of security has taken a heavy toll on TPG and could put Australian 5G at risk.
The Japanese ecommerce giant is delaying the launch of services on its mobile network over performance concerns.
Samsung intros an integrated 5G processor as manufacturers prepare a new wave of 5G silicon.
China's biggest network equipment vendor is now emerging as a 5G chip powerhouse.
A 5G network-sharing agreement between the Italian operators could help to validate network slicing and provide a new paradigm for Europe's ailing service providers.
Qualcomm is planning for a multimode 5G future as it faces up to more competition and reduced sales to Huawei.
AT&T inked a new, long-term deal with US tower giant American Tower. While the details of the deal remain unclear, it appears to signal some movement in AT&T's broader tower strategy.
ZTE may be back in the black but its handset sales have fallen off a cliff.
As it focuses more on developing its own components, cost-cutting is helping ZTE report improving profits but its revenues are not as impressive.
The Chinese equipment giant is now ramping up its investments in artificial intelligence.
China's operators are being driven toward network-sharing partnerships to pay for the rollout of 5G networks.
Behind the shady goings-on in Putin's state may lie a plan for Russian control of 5G technology. That would be a scary development for the country's big mobile operators.
Operators in Australia and New Zealand have been forced to use existing spectrum and Western equipment vendors.
Even if it had the spectrum, Russia's biggest operator says there is no demand for 5G and therefore no need for an aggressive expansion.
Chinese vendor lashes out at latest US measures while insisting that its business has not been affected.
Harsh weekend words from Trump and prolonged uncertainty will spur the Chinese equipment maker as it tries to become more self-reliant. Its US suppliers should plan accordingly.
Several US companies put a dollar amount on the losses they incurred from President Trump's Huawei ban. Here's the tally.
China's controversial equipment giant denies hacking into phones in Africa at the behest of political strongmen.
The Swedish vendor is changing the way it delivers products and shifting production facilities.
Revenues are down, spending is up, and 5G is on the horizon: A partner could ease the pressure for one of China's big players.
The vast costs of 5G rollout are weighing heavily on Chinese telcos.
The question of what to do about Huawei will show UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson why a no-deal Brexit is fraught with peril.
It has made a noise about its revolutionary network approach, but the Japanese company will make a low-key entry into the mobile market in October.
Pushed by federal and state legislation designed to speed up the small cell approval process, some cities are gearing up for an application explosion. And vendors are pushing things along with lawsuits.
The Nordic vendors built the French incumbent's domestic mobile network and that means they are likely to become its 5G suppliers too.
The curiously Chinese phenomenon of fake basestations is a long-running problem for the country's authorities.
Vietnam wants to be among the front ranks of operators bringing 5G technology to market and plans to rely on some local designs in preference to international suppliers.
Qualcomm is expecting 2020 to be a year of 5G, as its sales falter in fiscal Q3 2019.
For the first time in a long time, most of Apple's revenues did not come from the sale of smartphones.
Smartphones power the Chinese vendor's first-half results, but doubts about its operating system cloud the future.
LiFi is the latest effort to bring optical wireless communications into the commercial communications networking fold.
As expected, Apple will pay $1 billion for Intel's 5G smartphone modem business. The real question is when Apple might replace Qualcomm's chips with its own.
South Korea's pioneering 5G operators are looking at a fall in profit after racing 5G to market. But fear not – 'immersive' apps are on the way.
Finnish vendor is assessing its China strategy as local operators turn increasingly to Huawei and ZTE.
UK mobile operators firm up their plans for the sharing of 5G equipment and begin exploring 'monetization' options for their Cornerstone business.
The mischievous Boris Johnson, who becomes the UK's prime minister today, is a dilemma for the country's telecom chiefs.
Latest charges against the Chinese equipment giant will be hard for the Trump administration to ignore.
Around 70% of Futurewei's employees will lose their jobs, the Chinese equipment giant has confirmed, with US trade restrictions to blame.
iPhone maker in 'advanced' discussions to acquire modem chip assets from Intel as it looks to become more self-reliant.
UK politicians do what they do best – and put off making a decision about the Chinese vendor's role in the country's 5G networks.
UK politicians say the country's next prime minister will have to make a quick decision about Huawei and that restrictions would have an impact on security.
Early NB-IoT services from T-Mobile, and more action from AT&T and Verizon as narrowband IoT starts its initial growth in the US.
With the Chinese vendor now developing alternatives to US suppliers, and Ericsson moving production closer to its customers, the telecom world order is under serious threat.
Chinese equipment giant confirms it is developing alternatives to US suppliers and limiting the amount of US technology in its products.
Qualcomm talks up 16 design wins for its cellular IoT modem.
Operators desperately need 5G's 'spectral efficiency' to cope with a data tsunami. Just don't expect it to boost profits.
Cell tower owners including SBA, American Tower and Crown Castle have been enjoying lots of love on Wall Street. But the good times might be over, according to some analysts.
India's government has proposed a rescue deal for its state-backed operators, but their survival remains in doubt.
Swedish kit giant says a Brexit on no terms would leave the telecom industries in both the UK and Europe worse off.
The chances of a complete 5G ban on the Chinese equipment giant look remote, as far as two of the UK's mobile network operators are concerned.
German incumbent becomes the first operator in the country to launch 5G services, but customers outside a few urban hotspots will have to wait.
No matter what the US and China agree from now on, the dynamics of the global telecoms technology supply chain have changed forever.
The UK's smallest mobile network operator is preparing for a shift from the non-standalone to the standalone version of 5G technology.
A white paper from the Chinese vendor is supposed to show Huawei respects intellectual property. It seems likely to further unnerve Huawei's critics.
Donald Trump's U-turn on Huawei proves this US president lacks any conviction and will not silence the Chinese vendor's critics.
Meeting with China's President Xi leads to Huawei statement as part of broader trade war truce, but caveats look likely.
China's president will demand an end to the ban on US tech sales to Huawei as part of a broader trade agreement, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Top executive at the Chinese vendor plays down the impact of US trade restrictions but declines to share details of current chip supply partners.
As the trade war between the US and China continues to rage, the Swedish vendor is ramping up US production. But automation is the priority.
Europe's big equipment makers say they have diversified their supply chains to cope with possible risks such as US restrictions on China-made gear.
The UK's 5G lead owes everything to a Chinese equipment vendor that might eventually be banned from the market.
Finnish vendor hits back at criticism about the commercial readiness of its 5G technology, while China's Huawei flags three-fold growth in basestation shipments since February.
Being more like Shane Warne than Ian Botham could serve Rajeev Suri well in the nascent 5G market.
Two of the UK's big mobile operators urge authorities not to ban Huawei after a government minister said US moves had complicated a final decision about the Chinese vendor's role.
Apple will use Qualcomm modems for 5G initially, but it is expected to deliver its own 5G modem by 2022 or 2023, according to a financial analyst watching the space.
The Chinese equipment vendor is redesigning optical systems to use 'second-best' components, says analyst at MKM Partners.
South Korean telco claims a 40% share of the country's nascent 5G market, giving it 400,000 customers just a few months after launch.
After approving plans to fast-track 5G, the industry has faced interoperability problems, spectrum constraints and 5G apathy. What was it all for?
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins said that he has warned the company's sales team not to use Huawei's ongoing troubles as leverage in their sales efforts.
5G is on a roll, says Ericsson, forecasting nearly 2 billion subscriptions in the next five years.
Europe's biggest telecom equipment vendors have turned up the heat in the 5G marketing battle as they struggle to capitalize on Huawei's misfortunes.
China's government issued commercial 5G licenses to the nation's three main mobile operators as well as China Broadcasting Network Corp., paving the way for the country to engage in a massive buildout.