The new 5G Observatory report says two thirds of European mobile operators are including non-pioneer bands in their 5G rollout.
The 5G Observatory has published its new quarterly report which gives readers an updated overview of major new 5G developments in Europe and international markets.
The new 5G Observatory report which has been published today, suggests that an urban-centric 5G rollout may widen the digital divide in the EU.
Recent 5G launches in Portugal and Lithuania mark the achievement of a major 5G Action Plan target.
The event report from the 3rd European 5G Observatory Workshop has been published on the event website.
This was one of the key takeaways from the third 5G Observatory workshop, which also highlighted green issues and the need to reconsider geographic coverage.
Titled 5G in the Digital Decade, the virtual workshop will review findings from the previous report and look ahead to the latest market trends and global developments.
The 5G Observatory has published its 13th quarterly report, which covers all the latest developments towards EU 5G targets and policies, as well as international trends. The report is available for download here.
A new quarterly observatory report is now available on the website