Swiss telecoms regulator the Federal Office of Communications (Ofcom) is planning to make the 3400 MHz-3500 MHz range available for private 5G mobile networks on January 1, 2024.
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A network slicing trial results in Norwegian Armed Forces’ mobile traffic being separated from other traffic in Telia Norway’s national 5G network, ensuring secure communication.
For the test Telekom equipped a rooftop location in the town of Alzey in Rheinhessen with a 6 GHz antenna. In addition, an antenna was mounted that is already used today for the 5G mobile communications standard and transmits via the 3.6 GHz frequency band.
AIS, Thailand’s leading mobile operator, partnered with ZTE and Qualcomm to complete a successful trial of mmWave 5G standalone (SA) technology at the AZ Centre in Bangkok.
Telefónica’s Movistar launched a 5G+ service for consumers, enterprises and society in Spain using Ericsson’s 5G core network technology combined with its radio access network (RAN).
Austrian spectrum regulator RTR has launched a public consultation on tender conditions for its upcoming auction of 3.6 GHz and 26 GHz spectrum.
Croatia’s regulator HAKOM has awarded 5G spectrum at national level in the 800, 900, 1800, 2100 and 2600 MHz bands, and at regional level in the 3600 MHz band.
Ericsson and ABB have teamed up to showcase their contributions to the French Industrial 5G strategy. The guides explain innovative 5G applications, including those deployed at the Ford Motors factory in Spain.
British regulator Ofcom announced they will auction a total of 6 GHz in the 26 GHz and 40 GHz bands to improve mobile connectivity in the UK.
Nokia and A1 Telekom Austria hit peak downlink data rates on the operator’s SA 5G network by implementing three-channel aggregation.