News of Note—Deutsche Telekom warns Europe could fall behind on 5G if Huawei equipment is banned

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> An internal assessment at Deutsche Telekom concludes that Europe would fall behind the U.S. and China on the race to 5G if governments ban Huawei equipment. Bloomberg article

> Vodafone said it conducted a successful 5G data call on a smartphone test device powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X50 5G modem in a lab in Dusseldorf, Germany. Release

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