Top news of the week: 16.06.2020.

#5G #CloudNative #IntelligenceBrief #CBRS #3G4G5G #Digital2020 #STC #4G #cloud #OperatorWatch

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On Jun 10, 2020
@InnGritttt shared
RT @nokia: What do consumers expect from 5G, which services they most want to receive, and how woud they like to receive them? Find out results from our in-depth research in markets where #5G is already deployed: the US, the UK and South Korea. https://t.co/F8J6qo4734 https://t.co/OEz8cIYaXk
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New research shows what consumers really want from 5G

New research shows what consumers really want from 5G

3,000 consumers reveal what they really want from 5G

On Jun 12, 2020
@InnGritttt shared
RT @nokiaCloud: Being overcautious with #5G deployment may impede CSPs in the realization of new opportunities with a #CloudNative core. The blog from our Rob McManus has more: https://t.co/u3spVFxxXC #cloud https://t.co/Cn567mPteA
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Containers and the evolving 5G cloud-native journey

Containers and the evolving 5G cloud-native journey

Since 5G SA (standalone) is still in its early evolution and deployment, why invest and risk implementing a cloud-native core today? In my last blog post, I made the argument that there is ...

On Jun 11, 2020
@FierceWireless shared
from @davwrigh - OnGo’s outlook for private LTE deployments in the CBRS 3.5 GHz band https://t.co/KBn1dYOrTL #CBRS @OnGoWireless https://t.co/agu6oAqN06
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Industry Voices - OnGo’s outlook for private LTE deployments in the CBRS 3.5 GHz band

Industry Voices - OnGo’s outlook for private LTE deployments in the CBRS 3.5 GHz band

In February 2020 we fulfilled FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly’s prediction that the CBRS band would be the first mid-band 5G opportunity in the U.S., with the publication of ...

On Jun 13, 2020
@zahidtg shared
RT @3g4gUK: Operator Watch Blog: Kuwait Leading the way on 5G - https://t.co/OQakvcdOCh featuring tweets from @gsacom @Telecomwaring #3G4G5G #OperatorWatch #Kuwait #Digital2020 #STC #Zain #Ooredoo #4G #5G #5GZain #5GAdverts https://t.co/4jvi3aBn80
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Kuwait Leading the way on 5G

Kuwait Leading the way on 5G

This blog looks at mobile network operators (MNOs), virtual operators (MVNOs), internet service providers (ISPs) and other SPs across the world.

On Jun 15, 2020
@nokianetworks shared
New on blog: our Darrell Davies, @DCD269, shares insights on #5G small cells. Click to read more: https://t.co/g17a8CCtYD https://t.co/qxjg2Ab5yo
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5G small cells – the story gets bigger

5G small cells – the story gets bigger

While massive MIMO beamforming antennas can help deliver some coverage from outdoor base stations using these higher frequencies, it’s difficult to beat a dedicated indoor …

On Jun 11, 2020
@telecoms shared
Brits are among the least concerned about 5G and health https://t.co/EjdU7lbZTe #5G #Coronavirus
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Brits are among the least concerned about 5G and health

Brits are among the least concerned about 5G and health

New research from strategic communications consultancy Kekst CNC reveals that the UK is one of the countries with the fewest worries about the health implications of 5G.

On Jun 10, 2020
@mobileworldlive shared
#IntelligenceBrief: in the latest @GSMAi blog, @pnjarich explains why #openRAN does not go hand-in-hand with simplicity in terms of actual deployments https://t.co/wrasi1YjJ6
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Intelligence Brief: Why is open RAN not necessarily easy?

Intelligence Brief: Why is open RAN not necessarily easy?

A few weeks back, an operator customer asked if I would present some findings from ...

On Jun 10, 2020
@totaltelecom shared
Being forced to cancel Mobile World Congress this year is hitting the @gsma hard, reportedly denying them 80% of their annual revenue and costing the jobs of around 20% of the organisation's staff. But recovery is happening and MWC2021 is looking hopeful https://t.co/tPQuMmIRdS https://t.co/3E4ZalwDJF
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MWC cancellation woes hit GSMA, cuts 20% of staff

MWC cancellation woes hit GSMA, cuts 20% of staff

The momentous cancellation of Mobile World Congress (MWC) at the start of the this year marked the start of a tumultuous time for the whole of the telecoms industry