Topic: Mobile World Congress
Nokia is trying to make it easier for operators to get new business in vertical IoT markets.
Nearly 30 partners gathered at Ericsson Spain’s facilities in Madrid this week for the first plenary meeting of the 5G-EVE program.
BARCELONA, Spain—The GSMA reports that more than 107,000 visitors from 205 countries and territories attended the 2018 Mobile World Congress.
Sprint joins Telenor and China Unicom as TIP’s newest members.
The GSMA in the Americas is going full steam ahead with plans for its second major trade show in the U.S. this September.
Smartphone maker LG may be retooling its phone strategy and may not offer much in the way of new hardware at this year’s MWC.
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Ramifications of M&A are not always clear at the onset, but an executive at SpiderCloud Wireless said it’s been nothing but upside.
Nokia’s Brian Hendricks and others argued that regulators need to reduce the amount of red tape around cellular network deployments.
Ericsson and SoftBank plan to conduct a joint end-to-end trial of 5G in the 4.5 GHz band in urban areas of Japan.