Following a Supreme Court ruling made last week, India’s Vodafone Idea could be facing potential bankruptcy for failing to pay billions in outstanding government fees in the next few days.
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Nokia provides end-to-end 5G portfolio to SoftBank Corp. to become first in the world to have successfully completed tests demonstrating that non-standalone 5G technology can be used to commercially operate connected cars.
ZTE Corporation announced that it has been ranked first in the CPE industry with a 14 percent market share in Q3 2019, according to the latest report “Home Networks Intelligence Market Monitor” of the research firm IHS Markit.
The total fixed telecom services revenue in Thailand is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.6% between 2019 and 2024, led by growth in the fixed broadband service segment, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.
NEC Corporation (NEC), a leader in the integration of IT and network technologies, and Mavenir, the industry's only end-to-end cloud-native 4G/5G network software provider for communication service providers (CSPs), have announced a collaboration to deliver a 5G open virtualized RAN (vRAN) solution to the Japanese enterprise market. This will open up local/private 5G network opportunities for enterprises, regional authorities and other organizations.
ZTE Corporation officially announced that a series of new 5G terminal devices including the new-generation 5G Smartphone ZTE Axon, diversified 5G MBB products such as 5G CPE, 5G Module will be demonstrated at Mobile World Congress 2020. In addition, ZTE will also introduce the latest ZTE Blade product, as well as other industry-leading technologies, which will give consumers an outlook of a smarter and connected life in the 5G era.
India's Supreme Court ordered top telecom companies to pay $13 billion in unpaid spectrum and licensing fees by 17th March or face punishment in a fresh blow to ailing mobile carriers.
The GSMA continues to monitor and assess the potential impact of the Coronavirus on its MWC20 events held annually in Barcelona, Shanghai and Los Angeles and as well as the Mobile 360 Series of regional conferences. The GSMA confirms that there is minimal impact on the event thus far. MWC Barcelona 24-27 February 2020, will proceed as planned, across all venues at Fira Gran Via Fira Montjuïc and La Farga L’Hospitalet, including YoMo and Four Years From Now (4YFN).
The world’s largest mobile event, Mobile World Congress (MWC), has been cancelled after scores of the world’s biggest technology and telecommunications companies pulled out over fears of the spread of the coronavirus.
ZTE Corporation announced that it will participate in MWC20 Barcelona as planned.