News outside of the EU

Finland and South Korea to collaborate on 6G

The new research project will develop a system architecture for 6G.

Vodafone UK trials standalone 5G

Posted on
IN : Other

Vodafone is trialling the network with “select customers” in seven locations across the country.

US aviation regulator proposes deadline for 5G safeguards on planes

Posted on
IN : Other
TAGS:  #5G Spectrum

Airlines will need to install 5G resilient radio altimeters by early 2024.

5G Observatory scoreboard updated

Romania and Estonia’s spectrum auctions are now reflected in the scoreboard which keeps track of 5G developments in Europe.

Nearly 1000 organisations now deploying private networks

This figure has increased by about 66 since Q2, with a 60-40 split between LTE and 5G deployment technologies.

China grants first 5G private network licence

Posted on
IN : Other

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has granted the licence to a domestic aeroplane manufacturer.

5G Observatory workshop summary now available

Posted on
IN : Workshop

Slides from the 4th 5G Observatory stakeholder workshop have also been made available.

Indian companies show interest in private 5G

Posted on
IN : Other

20 companies have applied for the direct allocation of 5G spectrum from India’s Department of Telecommunications (DoT).

TIM and Nokia deploy private 5G network at brazilian port

Posted on
IN : Other
TAGS:  #5G verticals

Brazilian mobile operator TIM is partnering with Nokia to develop a private 5G network in Brazil’s Santos port.

5G Observatory releases latest quarterly report ahead of workshop on 20th October

The 5G Observatory has published its latest report on the state of 5G developments in the European Union. Its findings will be discussed in an online workshop next week.

Subscribe to our mailing list