Tag Archives: 5G

5G infrastructure revenues will nearly double in 2020

Revenue generated from 5G infrastructure will nearly double to $4.2 billion next year, as operators around the world begin to launch next-generation network services, says Gartner. The first commercial 5G services went live last year in the US, with South Korea, the UK and Switzerland among several nations to follow …

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Three CEO: Our 5G claims are based on facts

Earlier this week, Three became the third UK operator to launch 5G in the UK, switching on its network in parts of central London. Unlike EE and Vodafone, Three is only offering Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) broadband for now, but it has a long-term vision of offering the country’s fastest …

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EE complains to ASA over Three ‘true 5G’ claims

EE has complained to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) about Three’s marketing campaign that states “If it’s not Three, it’s not real 5G.” Earlier this week Three became the third UK operator to launch a 5G network, but unlike rivals EE and Vodafone who offer mobile data services for smartphones, …

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Three 5G goes live in the UK… but only for your home

Three has launched its 5G network in London in the UK, making it the third of the four major carries to make the next generation network available, but it’s more limited than EE’s and Vodafone’s offering. For now, Three 5G is only available as a home broadband connection. This means …

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5G reveals the road to self-driving vehicles

About the author Daniel Ruiz is the CEO of Zenzic. The UK’s connected and automated mobility (CAM) industry is working on a jigsaw puzzle of challenges which stand between us and getting self-driving vehicles on the road, in meaningful numbers, safely. The development of 5G network connectivity is a key …

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