The Future of WiMAX

According to Nokia and Ericsson, their primary market – 3G operators – will be unlikely to adopt LTE ... Besides, WiMAX has gained significant traction in geographies like Africa, the Middle East, and southeast Asia, which are much less affected ... ( read original story ...)

Ericsson powers 5G migration with all-in-one platform

Ericsson has introduced a new all-in-one platform providing operators with the core technological elements and services that will allow them to launch 5G networks. The new 5G platform combines 5G core, radio and transport portfolios in what the vendor says ... ( read original story ...)

Ofcom updates 5G spectrum plans

The U.K. telco watchdog said it has worked closely with other regulators in Europe to identify three initial frequency bands to enable 5G in Europe: the 700 MHz, 3.4 GHz… Ofcom on Wednesday published a progress report on its work to allocate spectrum for ... ( read original story ...)

5G connected car trial tops 3.6GBps using beamforming tech

A 5G connected car trial by Ericsson, SK Telecom and BMW Group Korea has used beamforming and beam tracking to hit 3.6GBps transmission speeds. The speed was achieved for a car moving at 170km per hour using four base stations that transmitted signals that ... ( read original story ...)