Nokia has announced it is working with mobile operator Telia to build a private 5G standalone network for Agnico Eagle Finland Oy, which operators a gold mine in northern Finland.
With its low latency and high speeds, 5G aims to enter new “vertical” markets like automotive, industry, agriculture and manufacturing. Previous mobile generations just provided voice and data to domestic and business customers.
Deutsche Telekom is offering a 5G home internet service to a small sample of existing customers
As 5G moves from launch to growing deployment the site is evolving to reflect new policy goals and new market priorities.
Slovakia’s Office for Regulation of Electronic Communications & Postal Services has opened applications for a six month 5G trial.
Telekom has announced that it is going to be offering 5G contracts for the BMW iX. This is the first time a premium car manufacturer will offer 5G to a globally available production vehicle.
German carrier Vodafone has launched a standalone 5G network at Porsche’s research and development centre in Weissach, Germany.
Deutsche Telekom has announced that it is building a 5G campus network. The network will be located in the Future Factory Hub, which is currently being constructed in Werner-con-Siemens Centre for Industry and Science e.V in Berlin.
Swedish telecommunication’s company Telia has teamed up with Ekobot, a sustainable farming startup.
Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson and Samsung have announced a successful trial using network slicing technology.