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Estonia’s first 5G network to go live at TalTech University

Telia, Ericsson and Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) have joined forces to launch Estonia’s first 5G network by the end of 2018. The pilot network will be operated on the campus of TalTech and companies and startups will be invited to help develop future services and new business models

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European Space Agency and 5G Infrastructure Association cooperate to support Europe’s 5G vertical markets

The 5G Infrastructure Association (5G IA) and the European Space Agency (ESA) have signalled their intent to work together to enable new and innovative 5G solutions and services in support of European industry and the 5G vertical markets and to further strengthen the ties between the space sector and the 5G IA, with its broad membership from the terrestrial and satellite industries, SMEs and Academia

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Global mobile operators commit to common approach to IoT security

AT&T, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, Deutsche Telekom, Etisalat, KDDI, LG Uplus, Orange, Telefónica, Telenor Group, Telia, Turkcell, Vodafone Group and Zain agree to adopt GSMA IoT Security Guidelines

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Products

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Samsung, Cisco and Orange demonstrate new 5G-powered home entertainment and smart city applications in Romania

The three companies step up their 5G efforts with demonstrations of 5G UHD and VR streaming, cloud gaming, smart city sensors and real-time security camera analytics more
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GSMA announces completion of first european NB-IoT roaming trial

Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone Group complete successful NB-IoT roaming trial in Europe; 51 licensed commercial low power wide area networks now in service more
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DOCOMO achieves world's first 5G wireless data transmission in ultra-high-mobility environment exceeding 300 km/h

Also achieves unprecedented ultra-high-speed data transmission, 4K high-frame-rate video live relay, and fast handover more
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Interviews

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Taming the BYOD beast - issues of management and security

For the employees it means greater convenience, job satisfaction and productivity. For the IT department it means a three or fourfold increase in the number of multi-vendor endpoints to manage, greater network permeability and new security risks - with little hope of commensurate budget and staffing increases. But BYOD is here to stay, and it’s growing huge

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Emerging markets - New technologies, new opportunities and new business models

In the current uncertain economic climate the so-called ‘emerging’ nations - once the cinderellas of the global economy - now present some of the most exciting business opportunities. So, do we approach them using tried and tested business models, or do we take advantage of these relatively green field opportunities to break new ground - leapfrogging legacy technologies with ‘reverse innovation’, and putting new ideas to the test?

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Helping operators boost profitability from mobile services

Today's Mobile Operators face a formidable challenge. As customer demand moves from voice to data services, the volume of data traffic crossing the Mobile Operator's network continues to grow exponentially, driving up the cost of the network. At the same time, however, the average revenue per user is generally remaining flat, severely impacting the profitability of their business

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Articles

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GSMA finds that consumers in developing countries are hard hit by high spectrum prices

Latest GSMA mobile connectivity index highlights that 4 billion people are still offline; Policy decisions on spectrum remain a key obstacle to digital inclusion more
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From ‘Mobile Only’ Internet to content strategies: New GSMA study identifies the ‘megatrends’ shaping mobile industry

New report provides insights on consumer trends, network evolution and more more
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USA and Canada to lead global migration to 5G finds GSMA study

North America’s mobile ecosystem contribution to GDP to increase 32 per cent over next four years to reach $1.1 trillion by 2022 more
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