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    In India, for instance, telecom operators like Bharti Airtel and BSNL have already inked agreements with Nokia to define a path for the 5G migration. Gear vendors like Huawei and Ericsson are also involved with Indian telecom operators around 5G technolog
    China Mobile, China Unicom, and China Telecom will launch a 5G technology pilot in several cities during the second half of this year, the Economic Information Daily reports. The pilot projects will be rolled out in Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing, Guangzhou
    China Telecom has announced new projects designed to expand the company’s data center capacity in Hong Kong, and its points of presence (PoP) network across North America. The Tseung Kwan O data center is currently under construction in Hong Kon
    Mobile voice prices in Qatar have fallen 57 percent since 2008, in line with the rest of the region, says a study by the Arab Regulators Group (AREGNET). The survey compares the prices of telecoms services in the GCC in 2016. Comparison with relevant Arab
    Revenue growth for French telecoms operators remained in positive territory for a second consecutive quarter in the three months to March, according to Arcep. Overall revenue growth was 0.3 percent year-on-year (+ 0.5% in Q4) when including various non-te
    To cash in on the upcoming rapid development of global Internet of Things (IoT) applications, China's three telecom heavyweights are aggressively moving to promote IoT platforms and subsidize partners in developing relevant chips, modules and initia
    China Telecom's main research arm the China Telecom Shanghai Research Institute has joined the HomeGrid Forum to support the deployment of G.hn technology in Asia. The Institute has been working on G.hn related products for more than three years, wi
    China Mobile and Nokia have teamed up to demonstrate how 5G will be able to rive improvements in emergency patient care at Mobile World Congress Shanghai. The companies are demonstrating how 5G can enable support for new services including telehealth at C
    Chinese operators are on track to launch commercial 5G networks by 2020 and are expected to establish the nation as the world’s largest 5G market by 2025, Mats Granryd, director general of the GSMA, said during a keynote at the Mobile World Cong
    Ericsson has been selected by China Telecom to help support the launch of the China Telecom IoT Open Platform. The global connection management platform enables enterprises to deploy and oversee IoT devices, through a wide-range of partnerships. Built upo
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