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The Austrian operator says it will use network slicing to offer 5G home broadband services in the country.
The mobile operator says its 5G FWA (Fixed Wireless Access) service is now available in 1,500 municipalities.
A new report suggests more policy action is needed to ensure the EU can meet its Digital Decade Goals.
BIPT is consulting on a proposal to open up the 3.8-4.2 GHz band for 5G private networks.
Together with partners Ericsson, Nokia and Oracle, the mobile operator is deploying a 5G Standalone core network on a cloud-native architecture.
The service will use recently acquired spectrum from the country’s 5G auctions.
The 5G-driven public transport system had its first run crossing the Spanish-Portuguese border.
Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Telefonica and Vodafone Group teamed up with company Matsuko for a trial to make holographic calls employing 5G and edge computing.