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Deloitte: Consumers are currently apathetic about 5G networks

Research from Deloitte suggests consumers are currently struggling to become enthused about 5G networks.

Operators around the world are currently trying to drum up excitement for 5G, often in a bid to get customers to part with more cash each month.

vía @TTech_News

5G takeover: The next-gen network will cover 65% of the global population by 2025

Mobile subscriptions are increasing with the release of 5G, according to an Ericsson report on Monday. A total of 13 million 5G subscriptions are expected to exist by the end of 2019. And by 2025, 5G networks will support nearly half of the world's mobile data traffic, with the potential to cover up to 65% of the world's population in 2025, the report found.

vía @TechRepublic

 

Don’t obsess over the security of Chinese wireless gear. Do this instead

The Federal Communications Commission pressed pause on its usual partisanship to agree unanimously on one thing late last month: Huawei and ZTE’s network equipment is not worthy of America’s trust and tax dollars.

vía @FastCompany

Nokia technology put to the test in O2's real-world, real-time, real live 5G network and passes with flying colours

Brendan O'Reilly, CTO, O2

In mid-October O2 launched its 5G network in the UK. By the end of the year O2 5G services will be available in 20 towns and cities and coverage will extend to 50 areas by the summer of 2020. It's an ambitious and expensive roll-out and O2 readily admits that it can't do it all, all by itself. Collaboration within the 5G ecosystem is the hallmark of O2's 5G plans and the operator's strategic partnership with Nokia has already demonstrated that the on-going relationship is a real success.

via @TelecomTV

 

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