News of Note—TIM’s new CEO; 5G use cases in Segovia and more

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> Luigi Gubitosi is the new CEO at Telecom Italia (TIM), succeeding Amos Genish, who was ousted less than a week ago. Light Reading article

> Telefónica and Nokia, in collaboration with the University of Valladolid and the city of Segovia, Spain, showed a new use case based on 5G that will advance the 5G Technological Cities project with the goal of converting Segovia into a real 5G environment. Release

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> Mobileye, an Intel company, is rolling out a comprehensive plan to grab a sizable share in the highly automated vehicle market. EE Times article

> Four telecom companies in Vietnam, including Vietnamobile, state-owned Viettel Group and MobiFone, were tipped to receive licenses to test 5G in January 2019. Mobile World Live article

> European aerospace giants Airbus and Eutelsat will sink millions into building satellite parts in Britain in a major vote of confidence for the booming space industry. The Telegraph article

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