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    The Global mobile Suppliers Association’s latest tracking shows 938 5G devices have been announced, including more than 600 commercially available. The majority are smartphones and CPEs.
    At the PT Expo China 2020 held from October 14 to 16 in Beijing, Hengtong Optic-Electric (HTGD) impressed visitors with its solutions and application achievements in 6 areas: Terahertz, 5G&Data Center, Telecommunication Service, Smart Cities, Smart Oceans
    New Street Research warned AT&T, Frontier Communications and Lumen Technologies could be negatively impacted by a new broadband provision which takes aim at “digital redlining" in the latest version of a $1.2 trillion U.S. infrastructure deal.

    NEW DELHI: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) may not change the existing reserve price of spectrum in the 3300-3600 MHz band earmarked for the commercial launch of next generation or 5G services, a highly-placed source said.

    Telecoms.com periodically invites expert third parties to share their views on the industry’s most pressing issues. In this piece Arnab Das, VP, Global Service Line, Advanced Networking & IoT, Capgemini Engineering, explores the possibilities presented to
    The UK’s first grid-scale battery storage system connected directly to the transmission-network has been activated as part of the £41m Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO) project.The government-backed project, led by Pivot Power, is said to i
    23 June 2021 at 08:40 by James Fossdyke Drivers looking to ditch petrol or diesel power are more likely to choose hybrids than fully electric vehicles, according to one online car marketplace. BuyaCar.co.uk's analysis of its own website traffic shows
    Created June 18, 2021A lack of awareness of gigabit-capable broadband and confusing and potentially misleading advertising by some UK broadband providers, could scupper the government’s ambition for at least 85% of the UK to have access to gigab
    JUNE 10, 2021 by The Optical SocietyIn a new study, researchers show that the fiber optic cables that carry data across the world's oceans can also be used to sense geophysical events and monitor ocean and seafloor conditions.Although buoys and cable
    Being cooped up inside for seven weeks straight has resulted in a treasure trove of unused mobile data, valued in the region of £165 million.

    According to data from Uswitch.com, the average Brit is using 1.9 GB of data a month, compared to 2.4 GB in Fe

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