Geopolitical tensions challenge subsea cable projects, as governments prioritize security of critical infrastructure. Despite obstacles, the industry innovates with emerging technologies like multicore fiber to meet soaring connectivity demands.
Germany’s Bundeskartellamt investigates Vodafone’s Vantage Towers for potentially obstructing 1&1’s 5G rollout, raising questions on fair competition and business practices in the telecommunications industry.
Valmont Industries and T-Mobile achieve a breakthrough in infrastructure monitoring with an industry-first long-distance BVLOS drone inspection flight powered by 5G, highlighting enhanced safety, efficiency, and reduced costs. As the FAA grants more waivers, Valmont’s innovative approach revolutionizes critical inspections and sets the stage for nationwide drone-in-a-box services by 2024.
European lawmakers clash over a proposed network fee for content and application providers, as majority fear potential implications like stifling innovation, impacting net neutrality, and increasing consumer costs. Telecommunications operators may explore alternative income sources amid uncertain consolidation prospects.
Explore NBN’s new satellite plan, Sky Muster Plus Premium, offering uncapped data and enhanced connectivity to 400,000 Australian homes in remote and regional areas. Will this development help NBN stay competitive amidst intensifying market challenges?
Deutsche Telekom and Ericsson’s recent secure network slice proof of concept simplifies enterprise use with automated configuration and end-to-end orchestration, connecting smartphones seamlessly to private cloud services via 5G. This innovation could revolutionize the telecommunications industry by offering customizable, easy-to-understand connectivity solutions for businesses worldwide.
Turner and Townsend partners with Network Rail to transform outdated telecom systems, enhancing the UK’s rail connectivity through resilient and affordable technologies. This collaboration aims to streamline the acquisition of skills for telecom infrastructure support, driving nationwide change.
The debate over charging content providers for carrying their traffic raises concerns as digital minister Volker Wissing praises open internet. Telecoms argue network investment, but implications of potential service withdrawals remain undiscussed.
Discover how enhanced indoor coverage for communication networks is shaping the future of 5G, with innovative use cases such as online gaming, AR, and telemedicine. Learn about Huawei’s industry-leading solutions, including the LampSite technology, designed to improve spectrum utilization, energy efficiency, and IoT readiness.
China Unicom Chongqing and Huawei’s revolutionary Alps-WDM+OSU trial commercial use promises enhanced network capabilities and user experience. The technology offers increased bandwidth, reduced latency, optimized operations, and green development, paving the way for future all-optical transport networks.