Observatory Reports

View and download all of the quarterly reports published by the 5G Observatory.

Quarterly Report 13, October 2021

Quarterly Report 12, June 2021

Quarterly Report 11, April 2021

Quarterly Report 10, December 2020

Quarterly Report 9, September 2020

Quarterly Report 8, June 2020

Quarterly Report 7, March 2020

Quarterly Report 6, December 2019

Quarterly Report 5, September 2019

Quarterly Report 4, June 2019

Quarterly Report 3, March 2019

Quarterly Report 2, December 2018

Quarterly Report 1, September 2018

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5G Observatory stakeholder workshop taking place this Thursday

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5G Observatory releases October 2021 quarterly report

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.

Open RAN lab to open in Germany

A new innovation lab called i14y will be opened in Germany with the support of the Federal Government.

Telia and Nokia launch standalone 5G in Finland

Telia has launched a standalone 5G network with its partner Nokia.

Vodafone Germany announces plans to switch entire network to standalone 5G

Vodafone Germany has promised to convert all of its 5G antennas to the standalone technology variant by 2023.

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