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Prague 5G security debates center on China, open RAN

Although the Prague 5G Security Conference was mostly held behind closed doors, officials from the UK and the US discussed topics including open RAN.

India's homegrown 5G plans worry its telcos

A new standard developed by India's government has provoked concern about fragmentation and interoperability.

China's 110M 5G subs can't overcome industry headwinds

The new technology has not led to gains for service providers in a huge market that is reaching saturation.

Huawei's 5G license win in Germany may rile opponents

The Chinese vendor has secured a license to operate a local network at its Munich lab, regulatory documents show.

Eurobites: EU probes China's fiber 'dumping'

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: all aboard the 5G bus; Orange wants more phone recycling; Italy frets over network safety.

Tesla, TikTok push back over Trump's hard line on China

Tesla court filing describes tariffs imposed on components imported from China as 'arbitrary, capricious, and an abuse of discretion.'

Ericsson swings into 5G RAN action at Three UK

Huawei still in the RAN picture, but its years are numbered.

Vecima sees bright days ahead after Nokia deal

Growing Canadian cable and video equipment vendor racks up big revenue and income gains in its fiscal Q4, after closing deal to buy the bulk of Nokia's cable access product portfolio early last month.

Huawei sets out its stall for the digital economy

At Huawei Connect 2020, held virtually this year, the company emphasized its focus on connectivity, computing, cloud and AI.

Intel licensed to serve Huawei

US chipmaker confirms receipt of license to continue supplying 'certain products' to Chinese network equipment giant.

GSMA drops bombshell with MWC 2021 postponement

But the question on everyone's lips is whether next year's show will eventually be canceled.

Rakuten adds Tech Mahindra to 'unvendor' dream team

Indian systems integrator becomes the latest partner for the Rakuten Communications Platform. But is it just another closed ecosystem?

TikTok's unholy trinity unraveling despite Trump blessing

Trump's 'great deal for America' over TikTok ownership is already unraveling, as Oracle, Walmart, ByteDance and the White House tell different stories.

Intel still on the Huawei inside?

A report suggests Intel has secured a license to continue serving the controversial Chinese equipment maker.

Here's how Indian telcos are preparing for 5G

India will not auction 5G spectrum until next year but its operators are preparing for the technology in other ways.

Orange still has little use for NB-IoT

The French operator continues to prefer other technologies to the cellular standard that generated so much excitement just a few years ago.

South Korean operators team up with AWS, Google for MEC

South Korea is becoming a mobile edge testbed, with each of its three telcos forging an alliance with different global partners.

SoftBank's telecom retreat is nearly complete

After the sale of Brightstar, announced today, the Japanese firm has control of no telecom assets.

Time runs out for TikTok as Trump announces Sunday ban

Deadline looms large for TikTok and social messaging platform WeChat as White House says app store ban will take effect on Sunday.

Huawei will run out of smartphone chips early next year

Three key questions about US sanctions and their impact on Huawei and the global market at large.

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