As 5G is gearing up for market deployment, the European 5G Observatory provides updates on all of the latest market developments, including actions being undertaken by the private and public sectors, in the field of 5G. The 5G observatory also delivers an analysis of the strategic implications of the 5G Action Plan and other public policy objectives.

The Observatory focuses on 5G developments in Europe, along with major international developments (USA, Japan, China, South Korea) that could impact the European market.

Latest News in Europe

Telia Finland launches 5G services

Telia has teamed with Nokia and Huawei to provide 5G services in Helsinki, Oulu, and Vantaa.

5G is really ON in Europe

A total of 15 players have launched commercial 5G services as at year-end 2019

Eir launched commercial 5G services in 10 locations across Ireland

Eir became the second mobile operator to launch a 5G network in Ireland after Vodafone

EE rolls out 5G in 14 more cities

The operator said its 5G NSA network now covers 61% of the London area.

German authorities opened process for private 5G licences

Frequencies in the 3.7GHz to 3.8GHz range can be particularly used for verticals including industry 4.0, agriculture, automotive and forestry.

Orange Romania launches 5G in three cities

The player became the first in the Orange group to provide 5G services commercially.

Telefonica launches 5G services in the UK

Services are available in six cities and towns since October 17, 2019

ARCEP authorizes eleven 5G projects to use the 26 GHz band

In January 2019, the Government and ARCEP issued a joint call for the creation of 5G trial platforms that would be open to third parties and using the 26 GHz band.

Deutsche Telekom launched 5G services in five cities

Berlin, Bonn, Cologne, Darmstadt, and Munich

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Latest News outside Europe

China’s three state telecoms have launched 5G services, ahead of schedule

The operators unveiled their monthly 5G packages.

Vodafone New Zealand announced a 5G trial ahead of December launch

The trial was conducted on five cell sites

China’s carriers to build a shared 5G network

China Telecom and China Unicom have reached a tentative agreement to jointly build a 5G network

Sprint turns on 5G in four more markets

5G is now available in selected parts of Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix, and Washington, DC.

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