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Lisbon’s new security assessment could deal blow to Chinese telecom equipment group’s ambitions in Europe
Kuala Lumpur’s review of tender tests ability to juggle relations with the west and China
Berlin examines use of Chinese components in its telecoms networks backed up by possible change in law
Consideration of telecom supplier blacklisted by Washington tests Kuala Lumpur’s relations with China and the US
EU commissioner warns business model needs ‘radical shift’ as he sets out 12-week review
UK outsourcer seeks to capitalise on 5G roll out and removal of China’s Huawei from country’s telecoms network
Huawei is gearing up its new-generation telecoms technology. Will Ericsson and others be able to compete?
Washington cites national security in order that includes phones, cameras and WiFi routers
Consumers may be wowed by the next generation of mobile telephony — but they are taking their time
Mukesh Ambani’s company is top spender in competition to run India’s ultrafast telecoms network
Rising prices of critical components cast shadow over 5G rollout and development of data centres
Tech exploration could enable smartphones to access superfast speeds wherever they are in the world
Business uptake 5G has been slow, and the question of how to monetise its applications still looms large
Telecoms groups have invested heavily in new technology and say it can help industry become more efficient
Trudeau government delivers long-awaited decision on equipment manufacturers targeted by Washington
Data-guzzling groups cost sector dear, trade group says, and should help with infrastructure upgrades
What brought the FBI to arrest a Chinese-American scientist in the middle of the night?
Technology already available in 18 cities will spread to 120 as chief dismisses move by rival AT&T as ‘test’
Heads of Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Telefónica and Vodafone want big companies to contribute more to infrastructure costs
Fifth-generation networks offer higher data speeds and cut delays — to give almost instantaneous response, promising new opportunities and applications for business and consumers. So why has 5G been slow to make an impression on everyday life, and what can we expect next?
Some companies are creating their own networks to power the ‘Internet of Things’
The ‘Internet of the Senses’ and a ‘cyber-physical continuum’ are on engineers’ horizon
Security concerns and future competitive advantage are shaping the landscape
What might the fifth-generation network eventually offer that its predecessors could not?