LG Uplus, which is one of the largest carrier services in South Korea, will be deploying Nokia's AirScale Indoor Radio system (ASiR) to expand its 5G reach and connectivity in the country.
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EE has released data about its customers' usage of its 5G network. Between October and December, it saw a 40% increase in traffic month-on-month. It suggests that more people are buying 5G phones.
Nokia and Telefonica have conducted a study of the energy efficiency of 5G. They found that based on Telefonica's network, 5G was up to 90% more efficient than the older 4G network.
Nokia and BT have signed off on a deal which will see more Nokia hardware powering BT's 5G network around the country. The deal will see Nokia hardware used in a lot more areas than it is right now.
The French government won't impose a complete ban on the usage of Huawei's technology in the country's 5G networks, but it is pushing telcos to avoid switching to the Chinese company.
This initiative, which is expected to be completed in September, will help the carmaker to speed up the production of electric batteries. The UK government has committed £2 million for Vodafone.
Nokia says that it will provide 10% of China Unicom's 5G core network. It said that this deal further enhances its relationship with the telecom as it already provides 17% of its VoLTE network.
Vodafone has announced plans to remove Huawei from sensitive parts of its network across Europe. It estimates that the work should take five years at a cost of around €200 million.
O2 has announced that it is going to begin rolling out its 5G network to cities around the UK this year. Initially it will launch in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh, and London, before expanding in 2020.
The German industry group, BDI, has called on the government to not exclude any firms from delivering 5G unless it can show evidence for claims that it makes as to why a firm shouldn't participate.
The world's first commercial 5G network developed by Verizon has begun rolling out in some areas of Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Sacramento. It's part of the Verizon-led open 5G TF network.