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ZTE Corporation, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the mobile internet, together with a local operator in Pakistan, has built a base station and completed several kilometers of wireless coverage around the station at the K2 base camp for the world's second highest peak on the border between China and Pakistan, with the aim of building a strong communication network for climbers.

Read more: ZTE provides wireless coverage to the second highest peak in the world

Nokia has announced that it has been chosen by Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) to expand the operator’s 5G network in Taiwan. The deal aims to support CHT’s objective of achieving 80 percent population coverage as well as boost 5G subscriptions to over 20 percent of its current subscriber base. The expansion will leverage products from Nokia’s AirScale portfolio to deliver enhanced connectivity for people and businesses in the southern and central areas of the country.

Read more: Nokia chosen by Chunghwa Telecom to expand 5G network in Taiwan

Nokia announced it will supply its Digital Operations software, cloud infrastructure software and AirFrame servers to enhance the nationwide network of PLDT, the Philippines’ largest, fully integrated telecommunications company, and its wireless unit Smart Communications (Smart). 

Read more: Nokia to boost PLDT and Smart’s nationwide network

ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, together with Beeline, one of the largest operators in Uzbekistan of VEON Group, has deployed the largest virtualized SDM (Subscriber Data Management) platform in Uzbekistan. This marks an important step in digital operation for Beeline to satisfy one third its local users with a better user experience.

Read more: ZTE partners Beeline for Uzbekistan’s largest virtualized SDM

GSA (Global mobile Suppliers Association) today welcomed the decision of India’s Department of Telecommunications (DoT) to give the go-ahead for 5G spectrum and trials of 5G uses and applications in the country using 3GPP-compliant technologies. The applicant mobile operators include Bharti Airtel Ltd., Reliance JioInfocomm Ltd., Vodafone Idea Ltd. and MTNL. 

Read more: GSA welcomes India’s 3GPP-compliant 5G trials

Nokia and Optus announced that they achieved a record-breaking aggregate site throughput of 10 Gbps during a downlink speed demonstration using 800 MHz of millimetre Wave (mmWave) spectrum at a live 5G site in Brisbane. Powered by Nokia AirScale Radio, the site demonstrates the huge potential of 5G as it is introduced across future spectrum bands. Once deployed, the speed and capacity boost from the 5G mmWave layer will unleash lightning-fast speeds for consumers and enterprises alike to support a range of new low-latency, high-bandwidth services.

Read more: Nokia demonstrates record Optus’ 5G mmWave capabilities

Following the recent announcement of M1 Limited's rebranding to drive transformation, the company is delivering on its goal to rejuvenate Singapore's telecommunications landscape. Featuring a selection of made-to-measure Bespoke plans, these directly address customer demand for personalisation and  flexibility. With this fresh, customer-first approach, M1 stands true to its name of being Singapore's first digital network operator.

Read more: M1 to revolutionise Singapore’s telecom industry with made-to-measure mobile plans

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