Service providers in the UK have this week raised lots of unanswered questions about the cost of a Huawei ban.
New regulations set to bar US government from buying products with Huawei and ZTE components.
TIA is building a global standard and benchmarking tool that can measure the risks present in each vendor's supply chain in real time.
The Finnish vendor has today added a new switching line to its portfolio of optical and routing products, promising features that have not previously been available.
Small Cell Forum forecasts a growing number of new entrants as the business case surrounding private enterprise networks gathers strength.
The industry is still far from turning slicing into a seamless and monetizable service.
Senior executive at South Korean vendor tells UK politicians that no company trying to satisfy shareholders would be able to price equipment at Huawei's levels.
Chinese vendor says it can meet current demand in the UK but fails to reassure the market that a long-term solution to US trade restrictions is in view.
With 5G on board, Asian telcos are now moving to shut down their 2G networks.
Threatening language by China's UK ambassador is inappropriate and overlooks the perilous nature of Huawei's current predicament.
A deal with BSNL would mark the arrival of Tech Mahindra as a 4G supplier to the Indian market.
The Swedish equipment vendor is conspicuous by its absence from the recent O-RAN marketing activity.
This could be the last time you get to see Scott's pile of overdue filing, so make the most of it.
Reports in the Australian press have drawn attention to a joint venture between the Swedish vendor and a Chinese company blacklisted by the Pentagon.
The Chinese equipment vendor is being driven out of telco networks in the West as the US stays on the offensive.
The Chinese equipment maker faces a UK ban, according to press reports, because new US sanctions make it an even bigger risk.
ANSII indicates that it will limit authorizations to use Huawei equipment to between three and eight years.
The Indian conglomerate will become a major shareholder in the UK-backed alternative to the EU's Galileo initiative.
Tencent GM Wang Yachen warned an online conference audience this week that 5G needs to be more cost-effective in order to compete in B2B.
UK operator lines up Ericsson, MediaTek, Oppo and Qualcomm to help with its standalone 5G network and installs trial network at Coventry University.