Topic: network infrastructure
Ericsson is investing in training programs so the U.S. industry has enough skilled technicians to climb towers.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Presenting the outcomes of an economic analysis of alternatives in telco cloud infrastructure design in large-scale service provider deployments.
Intel might be out of the 5G smartphone modem business, but it’s still in the thick of it in terms of 5G networking.
A recent study on the mobile RAN market by Dell’Oro Group gave Samsung more to crow about in its quest to boost its 5G market share.
Huawei's reclusive founder Ren Zhengfei has forcefully denied accusations of espionage in his first comments to foreign media since 2015.
Huawei’s chief financial officer—the daughter of the company’s founder—is scheduled to appear today in a Canadian court for a bail hearing.
Nokia announced the departure of Marc Rouanne and the appointment of Tommi Uitto as president of Mobile Networks.
Ericsson said it disagrees with an analyst report that found that Ericsson is mostly missing from AT&T’s physical 5G build-out.
T-Mobile put a dollar figure against its 5G plans, announcing that it will pay $3.5 billion to Nokia over the coming years to deploy 5G equipment.
This is our second consecutive forecast update with a positive growth component and is an important change in how we see the market unfolding.