News of Note—KT to use Oracle for 5G PCF; Telus warns of ‘material’ risk

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Korea Telecom will use Oracle for the deployment of the 5G Policy Control Function. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we're following today:

> Korea Telecom will use Oracle Communications for the deployment of the 5G Policy Control Function (PCF) in the deployment of its 5G networks. RCR Wireless News article

> Telus is warning of a “material” risk to its business if the Canadian government bans wireless carriers from working with Huawei. The Globe and Mail article


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> CUJO AI and AirTies announced an alliance to provide cybersecurity and Smart Wi-Fi software solutions for network operators around the world. Release

> Sequans Communications is working with STMicroelectronics to bring LTE for IoT connectivity to the MCU ecosystem and accelerate its adoption. Release


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