News of Note—Huawei’s warning on 5G; Ericsson’s deal with Volvo and more

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Volvo selected Ericsson to provide its industrialized Connected Vehicle Cloud platform. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Huawei warned that American ambitions to lead the world in the next generation of mobile internet may not be realized if Washington continues to block the company from participating in the U.S. market. CNBC article

> Volvo Car Group selected Ericsson to provide the industrialized Ericsson Connected Vehicle Cloud platform to further enable its digital vehicle services in more than 120 markets worldwide for the next five years. Release

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> South Korean operators are set to launch commercial 5G services on Saturday, making the country the latest to claim a world first regarding the next-generation network technology. Mobile World Live article

> TUV Rheinland opened its new wireless laboratory in Nuremberg. Telecompaper article

> T-Mobile is giving away free 50” 4K TVs from Samsung to customers who purchase a new Samsung flagship smartphone. Release

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